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18 Comments

  1. 1

    gadgetsng

    Is this the same X521 that we spotted in the month of May?

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    1. 1.1

      Samuel Afolabi

      Yes it is

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    2. 1.2

      Nosagie Nosa-Ero

      Yes bro, it is 🙂

      Reply
  2. 2

    Mark

    Apparently, this one go reach 70k. Reminds me of the Tecno Phantom 5

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    1. 2.1

      Nosagie Nosa-Ero

      I think the Phantom 5 needs a break. Lol

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      1. 2.1.1

        Gadgetsng

        You mean almighty Phantom 5? why the break?

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      2. 2.1.2

        BenilynMonroe

        Why? Are people using it too much?

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  3. 3

    Ferdie

    Infinixxxxxxxx, how many times did I call you? Let’s see how thus one goes sha.. If it’s another 1GB RAM phone then forget it

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    1. 3.1

      Gadgetsng

      Most likely wont be a 1GB trash

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  4. 4

    Bennard Boateng

    Infinix should be smart to know that both note 1 and note 2 , did well on the market because of their screen size , their battery capacity and the low price of the phones. So if the trend of sweeping through the market with their phones will continue then coming out with a new phone with a battery capacity of less than 3500 mahs should be a no go area. Am using the zero 3 , but am not happy with it but I had wanted to buy a new phone which should be an Infinix phone, I was pretty much happy when I heard of the hot s , but as of now my hopes of buying that phone is zero percent after learning that the battery capacity is 3000 mahs . it should be 4000 or little below 4000 but not 3000.

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    1. 4.1

      Nosagie Nosa-Ero

      If the device is 5.2 inch as rumored, 3000may might be sufficient. They are probably trying not make the phone too thick and too heavy. For the Zero 3, the battery was a no no..

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      1. 4.1.1

        Gadgetsng

        Am back again Nosa,Infinix zero 3 battery was a no no? i just glanced thru ur review once more now,and you never stated it there,why?If u cant mentioned how well the battery performed in your review i wonder what the review covered,take note of this when next .

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        1. 4.1.1.1

          Nosagie Nosa-Ero

          Lol, I thought I did…

          Here is an excerpt from the battery review.

          “Infinix broke my heart here; I was expecting a 4000mAh battery capacity. It is logical that since the screen size of the Zero 3 was increased to 5.5-inch, just like the Hot Note, the battery should be maximally increased to the meet the requirement of an extra-large screen.”

        2. 4.1.1.2

          Gadgetsng

          xactly what i read,You tactically avoided the battery performance aspect.You should have told us how it performed and under what condition,let me not go further sha,but i believe you understand what i mean ,just that u are running away

        3. 4.1.1.3

          Nosagie Nosa-Ero

          I do get you, and I have taken note too. I like how you say I avoided it.. lol, but next time it would be better 🙂

  5. 5

    Engadgetng

    I think we heard about this device few months back… Nigerians can’t wait for this device

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    1. 5.1

      Nosagie Nosa-Ero

      Yeah, let see how it plays out .

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  6. 6

    BenilynMonroe

    Looks bland. Wouldve thought theyd do better for a starter phone

    Reply

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