Infinix Hot 9 3GB RAM + 64GB ROM Available for ₦ 60,990 | Jumia

Infinix smartphones are one of the most used smartphones in Nigeria, and that is as a result of the price tags. Currently, on jumia, you can now purchase the Infinix Hot 9 3GB RAM variant for just ₦ 60,990. Infinix smartphones are also known for carrying large capacity batteries to facilitate and serve you for a considerable period of time. The Infinix Hot 9 is packed with an in-built 5000mAh battery. In order for this smartphone to serve you for days after a one-time charge, you need to turn on the power saver.

The power-saving mode helps in optimizing the power conservation for longer usage time. Infinix Hot 9 features a 6.6-inch HD+ Infinity-O display with a screen resolution of 1600*720. Looking into the camera department, Infinix Hot 9 adopts the quad rear camera setup that houses a 16-megapixel sensor, 2-megapixel sensor, 2-megapixel sensor, and the AI sensor. As the front camera, it has an 8-megapixel front camera that was attached beneath the punch-hole design located at the top-left of the display.

Furthermore, this smartphone from Infinix is embedded with the Android 10 operating system with XOS 6 ontop. However, the Infinix company made various color options for the smartphone which includes Quetzal Cyan, Midnight Black, Violet, and Ocean wave with a unique Gem Cut Texture.

Infinix Hot 9 fingerprint scanner can be seen at the back of the phone and t responds very fast. alternatively, you can also use the face identification feature to lock and equally unlock the smartphone. Infinix Hot 9 uses the new generation of HOT series enhanced Octa-core processor that guarantees a better performance while managing your apps, browsing, and carrying out other tasks.

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The Infinix Hot 9 3GB RAM is currently available on jumia for just ₦ 60,990.

Buy Infinix Hot 9 3GB RAM is currently available for ₦ 60,990

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