Thursday 6 August 2015

Innjoo One: Smart Just Got Smarter

Innjoo right again,  I doubt if this manufacturers are money oriented. Innjoo One just got smarter with the new Innjoo One HD.  And friends, the sweetest news is that your favorite Innjoo device now has a service center at Ikeja, Lagos state.
Quick Specification
Before we go into the full review, you might want to take a look at the full specifications here . Below are the quick specifications:
Display: 5″ IPS screen (720*1280)
Operating System: Android 4.4 Kitkat
CPU: MTK Octa-Core 1.4GHz
Storage: 16GB
Front camera: 5.0 Megapixel
Back camera 13.0 Megapixel Auto Focus
Battery: 2600mAh Polymer Battery
Physical Appearance
Holding the device for the first time, one can’t help but notice the slim, yet sturdy build.
It has a thickness of 6.9mm, the same thickness as iPhone 6.The two slim slots are on the lower left part of the left frame. One SIM slot takes a micro-SIM and the other one either takes a nano-SIM or a micro-SD card (not both at once).
On the right side is the volume controls, followed by the power key. Innjoo one is beautifully designed, the front and back cover is made of glass and it has a smooth aluminum frame, giving it a premium feel.
The 13MP back camera sits at the top left with the LED flash just below it. The 5MP front camera is placed just beside the earpiece.
Battery Life
To an average Nigerian, battery performance is very important considering the epileptic power supply. Innjoo One delivers well in this regard with the 2600mAh Polymer battery.
This is the type of phone that can sustain you the whole day if moderately used.
Innjoo one has a 5″ IPS display protected with Dragontail glass known to be scratch-resistant. It has a resolution of 720×1280 and a pixel density of 293 ppi. The customized launcher (InnOS) gives the UI a pretty good feel.
The phone offers an internal storage of 16GB with about 13GB available to the user. You can expand the storage to 64GB using a SD card.
The device also has a RAM of 2GB.
The 13MP camera produces clear pictures under normal lighting conditions though I haven’t been able to check the clarity in the dark using the LED flash.
The 5MP front camera too produces good selfies with a wide viewing angle, there’s no flash though
The phone performs exceptionally well. Multasking works just fine and the 32-bit, 1.4Ghz octa-core processor performs well, making the fast and smooth to navigate. It’s got a high Antutu benchmark score too (30,070), placing it even above HTC One on the ranking list.
The phone runs the so-called “heavy HD games” quite well and whatever you intend doing with the device, it’s very capable.
Network & Connectivity
The phone is a 3G enabled device. It’s also got WiFi for internet connectivity, can be used as WiFi hotspot and is bluetooth enabled. As expected, it can be used with all Nigerian mobile operators since they’re operating on almost the same network bands.
Pre-Installed Apps
Innjoo One quite a number of pre-installed apps and games. Essential apps like Facebook, NQ Mobile Security, WhatsApp and Skype are already installed.
Innjoo One HD now sells online between the range of #27,000 to #29,000.

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