The Genesys line of smartphones from iLand Technologies launched in Nigeria in November 2015. The Genesys 3 is the latest in the line and is a sleek looker. Let us look inside the box and see specifications and what the phone looks like.
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- 5.5 ” HD display
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB internal expandable memory
- Octa Core Processor
- Dual SIM capability with memory stick slot.
- 13MP auto-focus rear camera with flash
- 8MP front-facing camera with front soft flash
- 3,200mAh removable battery
- Fingerprint sensor
By stripping off all the usual extravagance and extra padding, the box of the Genesys 3 is compact in an “iPhone box” sort of way.
After peeling off the plastic wrap, the white box opened by pulling the cover upward.
A unit of the Genesys 3 is on top of the box. covered in a transparent plastic wrapping
- 1 USB cord
- 1 Charger head
- 1 Earpiece
- 1 Screen protector
- 1 Leather case
- 1 User manual
- 1 Customer service card
Charger head, earpiece, and USB cable
Case, user guide, warranty card and screen guard
Earphone and USB ports are on top of the Genesys 3
Speaker grilles and microphone are under
Flash for front camera and earpiece are on the top corner
There is a physical home button that doubles as the fingerprint sensor for security
Volume control and power buttons are on the right side of the Genesys 3
Back cover of the Genesys 3 opens to a removable 3,200 mAh battery
Two SIM –nano and micro– and memory card ports
Even though it is slightly on the heavy side, the iLand Genesys 3 has a beautiful design and exterior. With a retail price of ₦45,000, the Genesys 3 looks like an OK device.
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