The product consultant at infnix mobile Uganda Brian Ssemuyaba says the number of smartphones in circulation have led to an increase in the use of the internet and in the process the government will bound to collect more revenue.
His remarks came while launching an Infinix smartphone device Hot-30 series on the Ugandan market in Kampala.
To insure all Ugandans irrespective of their financial status could afford this smartphone, Infinix has partnered with take now to buy the phone through instalments approach. In the same director, infinix has also partnered with MTN Uganda to offer 3GB for three months at no cost to all customers of this new product.
The launched HOT 30 series, includes the HOT 30, HOT 30 Play and HOT 30i models. The HOT 30 series has undergone significant upgrades to its processor, screen, fast charging, and video features.
In collaboration with Free Fire, one of the most downloaded mobile games worldwide, Infinix has customized the series for an immersive gaming experience, enhancing both software and hardware dimensions.
These upgrades make it a leading gaming phone with superior screen quality, powerful performance, and the fastest charging capabilities in its class.
The HOT 30 is equipped with a 16-megapixel crystal clear camera lens and a new background algorithm which allows you to record your golden moment.
The portrait mode with AI bokeh makes human portraits even easier.
The HOT 30 Play is slim and light with a dynamic beam glass-feel design with light and shadow texture to give the unprecedented feel of speed and passion
Infinix Hot 30 is a new smartphone by Infinix, the price of Hot 30 in Uganda is Ugandan Shilling 584,000/= 470,000/= and 710,000/=
The mobile phone has 6.5 inches (6.78 inches) IPS LCD Display, FHD+ (1080p) resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, Dual Camera 50MP Main, 2MP depth, 8MP selfie camera, and FHD video recording capability.
Infinix Hot 30 runs on Android 13 OS, MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, and an Octa-core processor.
The other features include 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage, 5000mAh battery, 33W Fast Charge, Dual SIM, GPS, and 5G Network.
Statistics from the Uganda Communication Commission indicate that the number of smartphones registered in Uganda has grown steadily quarter-on-quarter, growing from 4.5 million in the first quarter of 2018 to then reaching over ten million by the first quarter of 2022 and there were 13.9 million internet users in Uganda in January 2022.