In an exclusive partnership with e-commerce giant Daraz.pk, leading phone manufacturer Infinix Mobility has announced the launch of its most affordable smartphone, Infinix Hot 2 x510, in Pakistan at www.daraz.pk.
Designed in Paris and Shanghai, the Infinix Hot 2 x510 is expected to take the smartphone industry by storm, following the impressive acceptance and patronage of other Infinix devices introduced on Daraz.pk, earlier this year. The latest smartphone which will not make you feel a dent on your wallet is an ode to today’s technologically advanced era making the concept of affordability coupled with functionality a cemented reality.
Infinix Mobility Launches The Infinix Hot 2 on Daraz.pk, Giving Customers the Best Value for Money
This phone is a complete game changer. In a price as low as Rs 9,999, the phone comes with an amazing 5.00-inch 720×1280 display, offering an amazing HD experience. Infinix has integrated this incredibly affordable device with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, ensuring speedy functionality and smooth operations. The phone which runs on Lollipop 5.1 operating system has a slimmed down interface free of all bloat ware. It comes with 1 GB RAM which can be bumped up to 2GB by spending another Rs 1,400, internal memory of 16 GB and offers you an SD card expansion slot; ensuring you never feel lack of space on your phone. It comes with an 8 mega-pixel rear camera and a 2 mega-pixel front camera for selfies and video calling. The phone is powered by a 2,600mAh internal battery, which should last a day and a half of optimum use, epitomizing style, cachet and function in one lean package.
The online only approach, formed in alliance with Daraz.pk, has been hugely successful for Infinix in Pakistan. Thousands of handsets were sold in the first month of collaboration. With this approach, the phones are being shipped directly from the manufacturer to the consumer, saving the customers more than 45 percent of the price and becoming the pivotal factor behind the evolution of Pakistan’s expansive smartphone industry.