This will be different, and very short since I have addressed everything about the Infinix S4 in the video review (embedded below). I have talked about the design, the display, performance, battery life and its cameras. It is quite a long video at 12 mins, but it was the best I could do without leaving out any other pieces of information.

The video review also has sample images taken using all the three cameras at the back of the device, and a video sample of the 32MP selfie camera (to answer everyone who was asking if it can be used for making videos). I’ve discussed the fact that the wide angle lens is not very wide compared to other wide angle cameras, and the fact that the camera UI makes it had to switch to wide angle.

There’s a lot of talk on XOS too because I happen not to like what Infinix have done with XOS Cheetah v5.0.0. It is still full of annoying ads and unwanted apps. The icons used are cartoonish, and it sort of makes the phone feel cheap, something no one wants.

Before you watch the video, here’s a gallery showcasing the nice design of the Infinix S4:

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Infinix S4 Video Review:

Infinix S4 Specifications and Price:

Display Type IPS LCD Display
  Size 6.2 inch HD+ (19:9) with Waterdrop Notch
  Resolution 1520x720pixels
Platform Operating System Android 9.0 (Pie) with XOS Cheetah Skin
  Chip Helio P22
  GPU _
Memory RAM 3/6GB
  Internal 32/64 GB (microSD (dedicated slot))
Network SIM Dual SIM Support
  Support 2G, 3G, 4G
Cameras Main Triple:
13MP+8MP+2MP with Quad Flash
  Front 32MP with flash
Battery Size 4000 mAh non-removable battery
Colours Purple, Gold, Black
Features Fingerprint (rear), Micro-USB,
Price KES. 14,999 for 3/32GBKES. 18,999 for 6/64GB
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What are your thoughts on the new S4? Do you think it is worth your money? Do you have anything better in mind? Would you get it, or would you choose something else? This device will definitely be on my Best Under 15k list, coming up soon now that this review is done.