Sunday, January 23, 2022

Infinix NOTE 7 available on XPARK with Free Delivery

To support Kenyan consumers maintaining social distance so as to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, while still prioritizing consumers’ needs to acquire the smartphone products without delay, Infinix will have the NOTE 7 available for purchase online XPARK with free delivery. The free delivery service will also cover all the available Infinix’s smartphone models in Kenya.

The new Infinix NOTE 7 comes in with a 6.95”HD Infinity-O display, MediaTek Helio G70 CPU performance,  48MP Quad AI Camera, 18w supercharge, and XOS 6.0 skin on top of Android 10.

 Pre-orders are live on Infinix’s Xpark e-commerce platform and the prices are as below:

  • NOTE 7 4GB RAM/64GB storage – KES. 18,399
  • NOTE 7 6GB RAM/128GB storage – KES. 20,699
  • NOTE 7 LITE 4/64GB – KES. 15,799
To raise awareness about the virus and advocate for public safety measures, Infinix launched a “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” campaign online and offline
To raise awareness about the virus and advocate for public safety measures, Infinix launched a “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” campaign online and offline

During the pre-order period, the first 150 customers to order NOTE 7 series on Xpark will receive a bluetooth speaker LED lamp which is valued at KES. 3,800. While customers who purchase in Infinix retail store will receive Free Gift Bag valued at KES. 3,000 which includes Infinix XB04 smart band bracelet. Customers will also get a 100-day broken screen free replacement for NOTE 7 series, normally valued at KES. 3,999.

Infinix says in the press release that they understand the importance of safety during this special period. They say the’ve made significant efforts with courier partner Speedaf to ensure the delivery of products will be done with extreme care. They say employees will wear masks and gloves, and couriers will disinfect products with alcohol upon delivery right in front of the customer. Body-temperatures of relevant personnel will also be consistently reported. All these safe and health measures will be well in place and executed to ensure the wellness of both consumers and the delivery partners.

Infinix NOTE 7 Specifications:

PRICE4GB RAM/64GB storage – KES. 18,399
6GB RAM/128GB storage – KES. 20,699
Check on PhonePlaceKenya.com for best prices
Display6.95 inches IPS LCD 
1640×720 resolution (20:9 aspect ratio)
Rear CameraQuad Setup:
48M AF
2MP
2MP
Super low light video camera 

with Quad-flash light
Front Camera16MP FF
ChipsetHelio G70 High Game
GPUARM G52 MC2
RAM6GB RAM
Storage128GB Storage
(Expandable Storage with dedicated Slot)
Operating SystemAndroid 10 with XOS Skin
Battery5000 mAh battery
18W fast charging
Network2G, 3G, 4G
ConnectivityWi-Fi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth 
microUSB 2.0 with OTG
FM Radio
3.5mm audio jack
Colour optionsGreen
OthersSide-mounted Fingerprint Scanner
DTS audio

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