The Infinix HOT 6 Pro is now available in Kenya for Ksh 15,699

We have been telling about Infinix Mobility’s plan to unveil is first 2018 device, the Infinix HOT 6 Pro and yes, they finally did it.  They’re finally doing it today under the theme ‘Double Amazing Xperience’. The company will be unveiling the device during a sales event to be held at the National Archives in Nairobi.

As we have previously mentioned the Infinix HOT 6 Pro features a dual-camera setup and Infinix says its key target markets are the emerging markets of Africa, Middle East, South America and Asia regions.

“HOT 6 Pro is a great addition to the HOT series portfolio. This is a smartphone meant for the young and tech savvy but budget conscious. They will get to be very creative in summer using this dynamic yet beautiful device. I challenge all the young to try it out and see for themselves.”  Infinix Brand Manager Mr. Zhang said ahead of the launch.

The Infinix HOT 6 Pro comes with a 6.0” 18:9 Infinity screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a powerful two rear-facing cameras of 13MP and 2MP lens adopting, Face Unlock capability, and a 4000mAh battery capacity. The device also runs on AndroidTM 8.0 (Oreo) operating system.  Check full specs below:

    • Network: 4G, Dual Nano SIM
    • OS: AndroidTM 8.0(Oreo), Hummingbird XOS 3.2
    • Display: 6.0” IPS screen, 18;9 Ratio, 500 nits brightness
    • Dimensions: 160.43*76.21*8.6 mm
    • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.4GHz Quad-core
    • Battery: 4000mAh non-removable
    • Memory: 16/32GB ROM + 2/3GB of RAM
    • Sensors: Fingerprint, Face Unlock, Gyroscope
    • Camera: Primary 13MP+2MP, f/2.0, Autofocus
  • Video: 1080p@30fps

E-commerce site Kilimall co-currently premiering initial sales, at Ksh 15,699 for the 3GB RAM+32GB ROM variant and Ksh 13,699 for the 16 GB ROM+2GBRAM variant. The pre-order however ends today. 

We have the Infinix HOT 6 Pro with us and will be sharing our full review and experience in the coming weeks.


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