For the price, the Smart 3 Plus packs remarkable features, including a 6.21-inch HD+ screen size, 18:9 Infinity display, dual SIM 4G LTE connectivity, 3500mAh battery, up to 3GB RAM coupled with MT6761 chipset and Android Pie OS based on XOS 5.0.
Infinix Smart 3 Plus Key Specifications
- 6.21-inch HD+ waterdrop display
- Android 9 Pie O.S with upgraded XOS 5.0 software
- Dual sim 4G LTE connectivity
- Mediatek 6761 processor with 2GB/3GB of RAM
- 16GB/32GB built-in storage
- 8MP A.I lowlight selfie camera and triple rear cameras (13MP+2MP+QVGA)
- Face Unlock and fingerprint sensor
The advanced variant to the Infinix Smart 3 dubbed the Infinix Smart 3 Plus was unveiled recently and upon first impression, it was obvious to note that the device adheres to the status quo of the Infinix smart series.
The Smart series is the entry level smartphone series targeted at empowering young people to become
trendsetters through a laudable array of superior techy features and a scintillating price tag.
The Smart 3 Plus is smothered with remarkable features such as: 6.21-inch HD+ screen size, 18:9 Infinity display screen for an entirely new formed viewing ordeal.
There’s the dual sim 4G LTE connectivity, 3500mAh battery, 2GB/3GB RAM coupled with MT6761 processor chipset and Android Pie OS based on XOS 5.0 for seamless usage of the device.
There’s also Face Unlock and fingerprint sensor feature for optimised security at all times. You simply get to unlock your smartphone by just staring at it. For the selfie lovers, there’s the 8MP lowlight selfie with dual LED flash for deluxe quality selfies even in low light scenarios.
The Smart 3 Plus also comes with triple rear cameras (13MP+8MP+ QVGA) with bokeh effect and other sub cameras modes that all showcase the best pictorial quality and so much more.
At a price tag of N39,900, the Smart 3 Plus does everything a high-end smartphone can do and more but at an unbelievably affordable price.
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