See What’s So Special About The Infinix Hot 4

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Guys it’s kind of a metal cased phone that looks like a plastic cased phone in pictures, it name Infinix HOT 4 X557 KV!    A cheap phone with high tech affordable for the average buyer, (who saw what I did there?). The camera is NOT 13MP like my Infinix Hot S, the Infinix Hot 4 X557 also features a 5.5″ HD Screen Display, a 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM expandable to 32GB micro SD. And it arrive with a MT6580 Quad Core Cortex; 1.3GHz CPU and a XOS (Based on Android Marshmallow) as the operating system. Continue reading

Awomkenneth Infinix Hot S Review! Are You In The Market To Buy

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Hi guys! It your boy AK!

So I was able to get my black hands on the latest Infinix Hot S and boy are we rocking the camera world.  The Infinix Hot S is the first of the Infinix lineups to feature a fingerprint sensor, which to be honest is the main buzz of the phone apart from the Android Marshmallow update, 4G connectivity, 8 MP and 13 MP cameras, 5.2 inches IPS Full HD and did I mention Octa core processor. Wait for it…. it is all metal! no plastic a mile away! Continue reading

Samsung’s New Galaxy Note 7 Features Iris Scanner and Ditches Micro-USB for USB Type-C

Samsung has just unveiled the seventh generation in the Galaxy Note family. Firstly, the Note 7 has the same internal specs as this year’s Galaxy 7 and S7 Edge — quad-core, Snapdragon 820 chipset, an Adreno 530 GPU, and 4GB of RAM. Similarly, the Note 7′s camera is the same as the Galaxy 7 and the S7 Edge, with a 12-megapixel, DualPixel camera.

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Samsung Tizen phones coming to Africa

Samsung is planning to bring its Tizen-powered phones to Africa. According to a new report, the upcoming Samsung Z2 will be launched in African countries like South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya, in addition to some Asian markets including India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh. The launch is expected to happen sometime in October this year. Continue reading

BlackBerry Is Getting Rid of Its Classic Smartphone

BlackBerry has announced that it will be discontinuing its Classic smartphone, in a part of the company’s shift towards focusing on software and services rather than hardware. BlackBerry’s COO and GM Ralph Pini admitted in a blog post, “Sometimes it can be very hard to let go.

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