Infinix Hot 8 Invasion with Shatta Wale and others tomorrow
Sept. 19, 2019
The day is tomorrow. Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale and a host of Ghanaian stars will be present at the Infinix Hot 8 launch. The launch is going to take place at the Legon City Mall.
Dubbed the Hot 8 Invasion, the event will bring a few musicians to perform live. Tulenkey, Sista Afia, and Fameye are among the artists that will be performing at the launch. Ghanaian movie star and politician John Dumelo will also be present at the Shatta Wale Hot 8 Invasion tomorrow.
The Infinix Hot 8 is the newest addition to the Infinix family . It targets the young generation as it is coming with a sleek design and possesses the latest smartphone capabilities.
Inside the Hot 8 device is a monstrous 5000 mAh battery. You also get 3 cameras at the back on the phone plus a stylish water-drop selfie camera form.
For people that want bigger screens, the Infinix Hot 8 got you covered. The display measures 6.6 inches and it is HD+ full screen. Its resolution is pegged at 720 x 1600 pixels.
There are two main models of the Hot 8 with one carrying the MediaTek Helio A22 processor and the other model being powered by the Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22 chipset. Out of the box, the Hot 8 is running on the Android 9 (Pie) OS coupled with Infinix’ in-house XOS 5.0 UI.
The regular Infinix Hot 8 has 2GB RAM with 32GB storage capacity. The premium-like model comes with 4GB RAM and a doubled storage capacity of 64GB. Both have options to expand the storage via a microSD card up to 256GB.
Tomorrow at the Legon City Mall, Infinix will offer its loyal customers 4 colour options in the Hot 8. You can choose from Cosmic Purple, Midnight Black, Quetzal Cyan, and Shark Grey.
Remember Shatta Wale is the man of event, supported by Fameye, John Dumelo, Tulenkey, and Sista Afia. The date is Friday, September 20, 2019. Infinix will also be giving out gift bags so do not miss it!
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