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The Infinix S4 Is Now Available Through Safaricom Retail Shops for Ksh 17,999

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Launched in Kenya back in April, the Infinix S4 has been sold through key retail shops in the country but not Safaricom shops. The Infinix S4 has been available through Jumia for Ksh 15,700 and now you can also get it from Safaricom shops for Ksh 17,999.

We are used to seeing phones sold through Safaricom shops retailing at higher prices compared to those available through other retail stores. The version of the Infinix S4 available through Safaricom shops is the 3GB one with 32GB of internal storage space, pretty much the same on available through Jumia for Ksh 2,000 less.

If you buy the Infinix S4 from Safaricom, you will get a 32GB memory card for free.

The unique selling point of the Infinix S4 is the 32MP front-facing camera it comes with. For its price, this is not common and that is what Infinix hopes will help it sell this phone. The Infinix S series is made for the youth who want the best when it comes to the camera technology.

The Infinix S4 is also the company’s first smartphone with a water drop notch, something we have seen on most smartphones this year. Some of the other specifications of the Infinix S4 are listed below.

Display Size:6.2 inches with a resolution of 720 X 1520 Pixels

Processor: 2.0GHz MT6762 Processor

RAM: 3/6GB

Storage Space: 32/64GB, can be expanded using a microSD card

Android Version: Android 9.0 Pie

Main Camera: Triple 13MP+8MP+2MP

Selfie Camera: 32MP

Battery: 4000 mAh battery

Now Read: The Infinix S4 Review


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