The Chines company Innjoo silently launched the halo x with the price tag of about #33,000 on Jumia Nigeria, the company which recently was fined a sum of #4million naira by the Nigeria Communication Commission NCC for allegedly selling substandard smartphones to its Nigerians.

The innjoo halo x is a new addition to the halo series which was sometimes this year released, interestingly the device will be one of the company first smartphone to come pre-installed out of box with Android 6.0 marshmallow operating system

innjoo halo x features a 5.5-inch display screen with a resolution of 1280*760, the device is powered by Quad-core processor cloaked at a speed of 1.3Ghz CPU, the processor which is believed to help reduce power consumption

innjoo halo x

Unlike the innjoo max series which came with large battery, the halo x comes with 3,000mAh battery, but we not so sure it support fast charge, but then there has been issues with the company battery, a friend who bought the max 2 discovered an all new behavior of sudden drop after 3 months of usage

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Well we do hope the company fix all the mess with its product, that being said, the innjoo halo x is supported with 2GB RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage, which can be expandable up to 128GB via microSD card, without any further ado, shall we take a look at the major specs of the halo x device

Highlight Specs Of Innjoo Halo X

  • Display: 5.5″ HD IPS
  • Processor: Quad Core; 1.3GHz
  • Memory: 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, expandable to 128GB (microSD)
  • Camera: 8MP (Rear); 2MP (Front)
  • Colour: Grey
  • SIM: Dual
  • Others: WiFi, BT, GPS,Hotspot

As rightly stated above, the device is currently available for purchase on jumia for #32,720 which is approximately #33k. you can order for yours here. but one thing we do hope to see is lesser complain with this device

well if you need my advice on whether to purchase or not, well am afraid i cant give you that, but what we can however say is, the phone looks nice on paper, judging by the spec, but as we both know it might just not be that good in reality

Disclaimer : We are not saying the phone is not a good buy, we are just stating the obvious, thanks, maybe the company can do our readers good by sending us a review copy, then we can thereafter come back to update this post.

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