6 Things You Should Know About InnJoo V1 Monster Device

InnJoo is not just working hard to
regain the mobile market but they are working hard to give you the best
monster device in which you can always live to remember.

While also planning to release InnJoo
, a device that supports micro usb flash drive with a metal body, they
unveiled yet another device called InnJoo V1.

InnJoo V1 is not just a smartphone but
a device that is VR ready, bigger screen and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
out of the box, impressive camera and supports Fingerprint ID that takes 0.23s
to unlock. I’m pretty sure you’ll be curious to know the full spec.
6 Things You Should Know About InnJoo V1
1. Innjoo V1 is a
6-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen with 1080 x 1920 resolution device.
2. The smartphone
runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box which is faster and saves power
more than its predecessor.
3. Innjoo V1 is
powered by a Mediatek MT6735A which has a quad-core processor clocked at
1.3GHz and 3GB of RAM Inside. 
4. Internal
storage is capped at 32GB ROM which is expandable to 128GB via a microSD card.
5. Innjoo V1
supports 4G LTE network, has dual SIM slot and is backed by a powerful 4000mAh

6. V1 sports 13MP
selfie camera with Led flash and 13MP rear camera with flash.
Highlights of The Spec
·   1.3GHz Quad core
Mediatek MT6735A processor
·   6-inch IPS 1920 x
1080 pixels Display
·   3GB RAM
·   32GB internal
storage expandable to 128GB
·   13MP rear camera
with flash
·   13MP front facing
camera with LED flash
·    Rear
Fingerprint sensor with 0.23s time
·    4G
LTE , Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac connectivity
·    4000mAh
·    Dual
Hybrid SIM (Micro/Nano)
·    4G
·    Android 6.0
The price has not
yet been unveiled… but we are still waiting
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12 thoughts on “6 Things You Should Know About InnJoo V1 Monster Device”

  1. If they like let them release 20gb of ram phone might camera pixel and monstrous CPU ain't doing Innjoo products no more. Apart from been substandard, their customer care is CRAP. Let Innjoo go themselves in the behind.. Rubbish

  2. Hello prof. I'm sorry posting on here. Please i wanna order from Jumia this black friday of a thing. Please should make payment with my Card when i'm making my order or pay on delivery. I have the cash but never buy anything from them and i live in Kwara state.. OFFA in kwara state precisely. thank you sir.

  3. Hello professor. Am Solomon by name. Pls I know I shud not b posting dis here. I downloaded an emulator which is in zip format and also password protected. I av tried so many ways to unzip it but did not work. I av watched many video tutorials and downloaded lots of softwares but it did not still work. The most annoying part of d story is dat the softwares are loading for ages but still did not work. Pls Wat do I do?

  4. the point is this….. innjoo has lost their trust(especially in nigeria) with their previous fones, which i beleive it is caused by factory errors, mistakes & use of cheap material. because they are new in d industry ofcourse they are bound to make several mistakes and errors which they will subsequently learn from. Now they are stepping up their game to win thier trust back by producing devices with attractive specs and features. Now put ursef in innjoo shoes, will u continue producing substandard fones wey go dey spoil ur market? HELL NO! because they wan to survive in the market amist d competitions now. if u remember the likes of tecno has same complains when they came new. so i believe its just a matter of time. the first injoo fone i used(injoo max2 plus) was cool with no issues. just that several complains said there customer service very poor and their fones parts are scarce(even the customer service centre dont have it.. imagine!) i eventually sold the fone to a maga even more dan d price i bought it sha. so if u like any innjoo fones i will advice u to go for it buh b carefull handling it, cause if u crack ur screen……………


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