InnJoo… Your Time is Up in Nigeria!

So this Dubai owned OEM  called InnJoo may actually be on its way out of
this country. I’ve read a lot of unpleasant reports about them, disastrous
complains from InnJoo users, on their FB page, poor customers service and
unethical swollen of InnJoo battery. This is actually not nice to hear from
this one time booming OEM in the days of InnJoo Fire.

InnJoo didn’t do anything wrong in their business, however
the world changed too fast. Their opponents were too powerful for InnJoo to
meet up with. 
They missed out on learning, they missed out on changing,
and thus they lost the opportunity at hand to make it big in Nigeria. Not only
did they miss the opportunity to earn big money, they lost their chance of
survival in Nigeria.
Every InnJoo users that I’ve been privileged to meet have
one complain or the other. The thread with the highest number of mobile problem on
this blog is on InnJoo Fire.
Now, the newly launched InnJoo Max 3 is already one step
backward, 6-inch screen with a 720p display and ppi of 244. This is to tell you
that the display is poor for screen of that size. Still stock at 1.0 Ghz. To
make matter worst, they released two variants.
In this era of change, InnJoo still launches a device
running on Lollipop… haba… even the so called elevated Naija China device gone premium
called TECNO now produces Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
 It’s not wrong if you
don’t want to learn new things. However, if your thoughts and mindset cannot
catch up with time, you will be eliminated. InnJoo is gradually becoming history…
Who is next?
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11 thoughts on “InnJoo… Your Time is Up in Nigeria!”

  1. Hmm I still dey vex say u make me go buy dat dere good for nothong innjooHalo do to ur too much advert and praises on it.

  2. The moral of the story is, if you don’t change, you shall be removed from the competition. InnJoo is not fit to compete in Nigerian market.

    InnJoo has failed the city!They should be removed from OEM, and be added to OPM

  3. I can still remember the first day I set my eyes on innjoo phone, when the seller was asking me if I like it. First, I hate the name and the display was so fake. And the only thing I could say was "God forbid"


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