Online retailer Jumia is at it again launching new shinny devices exclusively on its platform in Kenya. The e-commerce giant has partnered with Innjoo, another smartphone vendor creating devices for Africa, to sell smartphones and tablets.
The new Innjoo Note is one the devices that will be retailing on the online retail store for a price of Ksh 11,999 ($131.463). The smartphone spots a 5.5″ IPS capacitive touchscreen, 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek process, RAM 1GB, Internal 16GB of ROM, 13MP camera and 3000mAh Li-Ion battery. The device runs on The 4.4 KitKat operating system and comes with a Dual SIM Card.
Innjoo has also launched the Innjoo T1 phone tablet 7″ 8GB Dual SIM and the Innjoo F2 tablet- 10.1″Dual SIM retailing at a prices of Ksh. 9,999($109.55) and 10,999($120.51) respectively exclusively on Jumia Kenya.
Customers who purchase the smartphone in Nairobi and all major towns will enjoy free deliveries that Jumia offers alongside a free return and exchange policy of 7 days and the option to pay cash on delivery. Those outside major towns can confirm the shipping fees to their locations on the company’s website.
Jumia hasn’t yet got the phones in its Uganda branch by the time of writing this post. But instead has the Infinix Hot X507 retailing for a price of UGX 274,000.
Image: Jumia Kenya
2 thoughts on “Innjoo launches the Innjoo Note smartphone and Tablet in Kenya”
I am looking at the competition making devices real cheap. Imagine Tecno, Infinix, iTel, Injoo, inTex, Hisense and now iDroid all fighting for market share. Surely that $50 smartphone is coming soon
Innjoo must really be good at punishing people. Am having problems with my Innjoo fire, I have tried looking to see if there is any service center to take it to but cant find any.