The Infinix Smart 3 Plus is one of the most highly anticipated Infinix smartphones of 2019, and for good reasons. The device reinforces the Infinix Mobility’s consistency and commitment to keep providing mobile solutions in the aspect of camera quality, connectivity speed, design and so much more.
However, integrating the latest mobile trends into the device, another standout feature for this budget-friendly smartphone is the newest update in the world of technology – Android 9 Pie OS, which it is powered on for excellent performance, as opposed to the usual Android 8.1 Oreo OS that you find on a smartphone these days.
The upgraded operating system is optimized to be faster, smarter and more powerful than ever, tailored to deliver stellar benefits, adaptive battery, adaptive brightness and generally harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to attain a fully optimized operating system.
Featuring a 6.21-inch HD+ waterdrop display, the Infinix Smart 3 Plus ticks the right boxes in the design department with its great aesthetics, wrapped up in an ultra-slim design and its 3500mAh battery that guarantees several hours of standby time, making it hard to let go out of the device once you start exploring it.
Other specifications include dual sim 4G LTE connectivity, Face ID and fingerprint sensor for improved security, 16GB+2GB/32GB+2GB/32GB+3GB, 8MP low light selfie camera which provides an avenue for the user to take splendid photos. It also dons triple rear cameras (13M+2M+QVGA) which gives users the chance to take high-quality pictures from two separate perspectives.
The smartphone comes with exceptional features and color variants such as Sapphire Cyan, Mocha Brown and Midnight black that compliment your style however it might be. It is also available in authorized retail and online stores across the country at an affordable price tag of N39,900.
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