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Whoop! Innjoo Getting Ready To Unleash Max 2 and Max 2 Plus Come November 20
The year end is almost in view and of course it’s that critical period where everybody is trying to out-smart each other to generate rush hour sales. What perfect way to do that than to unleash a flurry of devices just before Black Friday? Innjoo Mobile, leading mobile OEM in Nigeria is set to upset the scale of ‘techy on a budget’ with it’s two devices coming on November 20th.
While there had not been any feasible specs available, Jumia uploaded a video which you can watch at the end of this post. The video which is another of Jumia’s street trivia, details a few of the device’s specifications, while asking of users thoughts on the device.
Innjoo Max 2 and Max 2 Plus
While we in Nigeria didn’t get the Innjoo Max, but got the Fire instead and Halo, the latest device from Innjoo is a notch up the mid-range device we have so far gotten from the coy. While the new devices are not up to current flagships Innjoo One 3G and Innjoo Fire Plus, you still get some pretty characteristic improvement in look, feel and performance (and hopefully, a not too expensive pricing).
As is the other of the day with mobile OEMS having a normal device and it’s bigger brother (plus) released same day, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge , and S6 Edge Plus, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, Innjoo are not thinking twice about the naming, so we are getting Innjoo Max 2 and Innjoo Max 2 Plus.
The two devices would run on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS which of course is well customized with InnOS UI, with screen size pegged at 5.0″ for the Max and 5.5″ for the Max 2 Plus. Enough thoughts were put into the aesthetics, and the devices are having some pretty nice metallic feel, curved seamless borders and easily graspable with no thoughts to slip away.
We’ll be seeing 1GB of RAM accompany both devices, and 16GB of internal memory fitted in as well. The chipsets are still yet unknown but we expect either a quad-core CPU and an octa-core CPU or both Octa-core CPUs. The cameras on board bothe devices are 8MP front facing snappers and the rear is adorned with 13MP shooter with LED flash. The best part of the coming devices are the battery sizes pegged at 4000mAh and 4600mAh respectively.
The launch date is no longer a mile away, so we would keep our thoughts together and wait for the big unveil which will beget the two beasts with monster batteries on a budget – Innjoo Max 2, and Innjoo Max 2 Plus. Stay tuned till November 20.