Infinix SMART 2 with 5.5-inch HD+ display, 8MP dual flash selfie launched in India for Rs 5,999

Infinix SMART 2

Infinix has launched a new handset called SMART 2, in the sub Rs 7,000 segment. The Chinese smartphone maker who saw its Hot S3 going popular in the sub Rs 10,000 segment is pushing for budget phones. Its new handset will be priced at Rs 5,999 for 2GB/16GB model and Rs 6,999 for 3GB/32GB model.

This handset would be exclusively available on Flipkart from August 10. There is a cashback offer from Jio, while you’re also entitled to a Hungama Play premium subscription when you purchase SMART 2. The effective price of the device would make it further affordable.

Infinix SMART 2 Specs

The new Infinix smartphone comes with a large 5.5-inch HD+ 18:9 aspect ratio display. It is powered by a MediaTek MT6739 SoC, which is accompanied by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which can be expanded via microSD card slot. There is a 3GB RAM model as well which comes with higher 32GB of internal storage.

As far as the camera department is concerned, it comes equipped with a 13MP rear and 8MP front facing camera, where both of the lens is of f/2.0 aperture. The selfie camera is supported by a dual flash low-light. The bokeh effect makes it interesting to capture selfies in this budget phone. Plus, since, there is no fingerprint sensor, it comes equipped with a Face Unlock feature.

Talking about the connectivity, Infinix highlights its dual LTE support. The user experience on this phone is assisted by a custom XOS, which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo. All this is powered by a 3050mAh capacity battery. If you’re looking for a modern fashionable device in the budget segment, then, this could be one of the good options to consider. 

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