The Infinix Note 4 is now on Jumia for Kshs. 13,999


The Infinix Note 4 we have been making so much noise about is now available for purchase. Yes, the smartphone has silently appeared on Jumia and is retailing for KSh 13,999.

Prior to it being spotted on Jumia, Infinix had already started sending out teasers about the Infinix Note 4 though details about the release date were still very scanty.  The release date was however confirmed to be today, 3rd, July 2017 though again no much details have been given about this.

Well, but now you don’t have to wait to  purchase the Infinix Note 4 because as we said the smartphone is now exclusively on Jumia. Maybe Infinix decided to silently launch the phone online, but we might have to get all those details for you.

Just as we mentioned in our first article about the Infinix Note 4, the phone features some a few upgrades from its predecessor the Note 3.  If you missed the article you can check it out here, including the specs.


Something Infinix had teased might also be included in the Note 4, the X-Pen is also missing, . Well maybe the company might include is in the Infinix Note 4 Pro, we hope it will be launching. Remember Infinix is synonymous with accompanying its devices with a pro of plus models. But we might have to wait for some official communication from the company, hopefully that will be soon.

But basically what you should expect is a 5.7 Full HD display, a 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. The Infinix Note 4 will also be running in Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat).

In the meantime, you can grab yourself the Infinix Note 4 HERE. We hope to get a review unit soon and share with you all the other details you need to know about the device. Keep visiting our blog for more details. 

Read>> Infinix Note 3 review: It’s big and powerful

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