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Infinix Hot 5 Smartphone Lite Pro Full Review, Specs and Price in Nigeria

Infinix Hot 5 has been launched featuring 5.5 inches FHD screen, 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, Fingerprint Sensor, 4000mAh battery and a lots more features. The Hot 5 is the successor to Infinix Hot 4 though both phones possess similar specs with no much differences. The phone is tagged #MyHotPadi by the manufacturer.

5.5-inch Touch Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (267ppi)
1.5GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6580 CPU with 2GB RAM
Android 7.0 (Nougat)
16GB Storage with support for memory card up to 64GB
8MP Rear Camera and 5MP Front Camera
3G and Wi-Fi
Fingerprint Sensor (Rear)
4000 mAh Battery with Fast Charging


Platform: Android 7.0 (Nougat), XOS Skin
Processor: 1.5GHz quad-core Processor (MediaTek MT6580)
GPU: Mali 400
Memory: 2GB RAM
Colours: Scarlet Red, Sandstone Black, Turquoise Dream, Luxurious Gold, Sapphire Blue (Interchangeable Covers)
Dimension: 156.6 x 76.2 x 8.8 mm
Weight: 175g
SIM Type: Micro SIM
SIM Count: Dual-SIM, Dual Standby

Display: 5.5-inch FHD Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (267ppi)
Screen Protection: –

Rear Camera: 8 MP Camera, LED Flash, HD Video
Rear Camera Features: Autofocus
Front Camera: 5MP Camera, LED Flash

Built-in Storage: 16GB Storage
Memory Card Support: Yes, up to 64GB

2G GSM: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz
2G CDMA 1X: No
3G WCDMA: 850 / 900 / 2100MHz
4G LTE: No

GPRS: Yes, up to 48kbps
4G LTE: No
WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Wi-Fi Hotspot: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes, Bluetooth 4.1
Infrared Blaster: No
USB Port: Yes, microUSB 2.0, USB on the Go

Instant Messaging: Yes
Push Emails: Yes
Email Protocol:

Music Player: Yes, mp3, WAV, FLAC, eACC+
Video Player: Yes, MPEG4, H.263, H.264, XviD
FM Radio: Yes (with RDS)
Loudspeaker: Yes
3.5mm Jack: Yes

Navigation: Yes, GPS with A-GPS
Maps: Yes, Google Maps

Digital Compass: Yes
Accelerometer: Yes
Proximity Sensor: Yes
Light Sensor: Yes
Barometer: No
Pedometer: No
Gyroscope: –
Fingerprint Scanner: Yes (Rear)
Iris Scanner: No
Intelligent Digital Assistant: –
Motion Sensing / Gesture Control: –
Voice Control: –

Video Streaming: Yes
Active Noise Cancellation: Yes (with dedicated mic)
Wireless Charging: No
Water Resistant: No
Dust Resistant:
Image Editor: Yes
Video Editor: No (download at store)
Document Viewer: No (download at store)
Document Editor: No (download at store)

Battery: 4000 mAh Battery
Standby Time: up to 720 hours
Talktime: up to 18 hours (3G)
Browsing Time: –
Video Watching: –
Music Playback: –
Fast Charging: Yes

Infinix Hot 5 cost around #50,000 Naira in Nigeria.

Having seen the Infinix Hot 5 Specifications Will you rock the phone? Kindly drop your comment.


Cheap 4G LTE Smart Phones In Nigeria - Check out some cool 4G way to access tech network is by having a 4G LTE enabled smartphone. While not every one can afford that , there are some good ones you can get at and OK price.

This is a good news for most of us living in Nigeria at this time of recession and 4G networks. 4G phones are a bit costly and making money is much more difficult. Most 4G smartphones are priced on the high side, but meet Cagabi One which price is affordable.

Cagabi One is a mid-range smartphone with pocket friendly price and it is 4G LTE supported. Comes in 7 different colors, IPS HD Screen with OminVision camera.

Full Specification of Cagabi One Smartphone

Display: 5 inch IPS screen 1280X720
Camera: 8MP+5MP OV camera, dual camera flash and front selfie camera flash
Processor: MT6580A/MT6373 quad-core processor
Ram: 1/2G RAM+8/16G ROM Samsung memory
Sim: dual SIM, TF card support
OS: Android 6.0, will be OTA updated to Android 7.0
Battery: 2200mAh high-density battery
Pre-order Price: $39.99 (N14, 396)

On 28th March 2017, Cagabi One mobile will be available on all e-commerce site such as Amazon, Aliexpress, eBay, etc.

To my fellow online shoppers, you can buy this device before it get into the market here and make good money reselling it.

Note: Replacement parts might not be available readily in our local stores.

The Honor Magic Hands-On Review.

Honor Magic is one of the Honor Smartphones that came out of the park, after the top-notch Honor 8, complete with flagship-busting looks, and then the Honor 6X arrived just after New Year with an impressive spec for your cash.

Wandering onto the Honor stand here at CES, though, I spotted something that blows those other phones out of the water.

The Magic, like most Honor phones, started life out in China. It only launched there a few weeks ago, which usually means we’ve got months to wait until it gets relaunched in the US and Europe.

The Magic is the first Honor phone I’ve seen with properly curved glass, not just 2.5D edges. They fold in at the sides, just like Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge, making an already thin phone look even thinner.

The rose gold metal frame around the edges won’t be to everyone’s tastes, but I was surprised how subtle it looks in the flesh. Or in the metal, as it were.

There’s barely room at the side for power and volume buttons, and it’s so thin the SIM card tray has been shunted to the bottom of the phone, next to the headphone jack (phew). There’s USB-C charging on the bottom, too.

The fingerprint sensor has been moved to the front of the phone - an unusual move for Honor, as most of its other phones have the sensor on the back. It’s pill-shaped, which adds to the feeling go Galaxy S7 Edge Deja vu.

I’m not a huge fan of the all-glass back panel, though. Those twin rear cameras look a little bare without any kind of lens cover or surround - they just seem to float aimlessly in the middle of the phone.

It’s well-equipped on the inside, with 64GB of storage and MicroSD expansion, a 2900mAh battery, fingerprint sensor and 5in, 2560x1440 AMOLED screen. Which looks gorgeous in person, as you’d expect, with deep blacks and vivid colours.

The Magic has the same dual-12MP rear camera setup as the Honor 8, with one full colour sensor and a second black-and-white one to capture extra detail when the light gets low.

The Honor was used to take some pix and everything looked pretty sharp and colourful. As they should on a QHD AMOLED screen. I’ll have to wait to get hold of a review sample (if they make it to the UK) to give it a full test, tough.

It uses the exact same camera app as the Honor 8, so you’ll have plenty of modes, filters and effects to play with, including a Professional manual mode, HDR, wide aperture and bokeh-simulating blurs.

There’s a lot to like here, especially if you put design first when it comes to picking your latest phone. The Magic has a premium build, excellent screen and looks great from (almost) all angles too.

Honor’s software tweaks to Android have always divided opinion, and while that doesn’t look set to change here, the AI-controlled additions look genuinely useful. Here’s hoping they become standard features in the future.

There’s no word on a UK price just yet, or even confirmation Honor will launch it outside of China, but it would be a shame if we didn’t get to try out the Magic. If the price is right, it could be a real mid-range winner.

Infinix Hot 4 X557 Specs & Price in Nigeria

Infinix has officially launched the Hot 4 smartphone in Nigeria. The Infinix Hot 4 X557 takes over from the delectable Hot 3 which was released early this year and had performed solidly in the market. We feature here the review of Infinix Hot 4 X557 Specs, Price and where to buy.

The Hot 4 is coming just weeks after the Infinix Hot S went official and surprisingly, Infinix decided to release the Hot 4 quietly, without any fanfare.

The Infinix Hot 4 X557 hits the market with a number of beautiful features, with a modest price tag. The Hot 4 X557 sports a 5.5-inch display with resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The smartphone equally runs on Infinix’s custom XOS user interface based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which was also featured in the Hot S.

Processor and Memory

The Infinix Hot 4 X557 comes powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6580 processor packing along 2GB of RAM as well as 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded to provide up to 32GB of space more.

Camera and Connectivity

On the camera terrain, the  Infinix Hot 4 X557 stuffs an ample 8MP camera at its rear which equally has LED flash with it and on the front camera there is a 5MP sensor for selfie snapshots. The device comes with dual SIM support, both micro SIMs and a separate microSD slot. The Hot 4 features a host of connectivity options such as  USB v4.0, Bluetooth, WiFi and Mobile Hotspot but unfortunately, the smartphone does not support 4G LTE connectivity.

Extras and Battery

Added to all of these, the Infinix Hot 4 X557 sports a fingerprint sensor at the back, under the rear camera unit. The smartphone also crams a monstrous 4000mAh battery under its hood which is bound to give some long hours of use.

Infinix Hot 4 X557 Price in Nigeria

The Infinix Hot 4 X557 comes in four attractive colors namely, Gold, Green, Black, Red and Blue and has a budget price tag ranging from 37,000 Naira  to 42,000 Naira in Nigeria. The Infinix Hot S is already listed on Jumia Nigeria with a price tag of N45,900.

Key Features

Infinix Hot 4 X557 Specifications

  • • Model : Infinix X557
  • • Display: 5.5inch (720 x 1280pixel)
  • • RAM: 2GB RAM
  • • Internal Memory: 16GB ROM, 32GB micro SD
  • • CPU: MT6580 (1.3GHz Quad Core)
  • • OS: XOS (Based on Android Marshmallow)
  • • Camera: 13MP rear, 5MP front
  • • Battery: 4,000mAh
  • • SIM: Dual micro
  • • Extras: Finger-print ID, Bluetooth 4.0
  • • Connectivity: 3G, WiFi,

Enjoy the best of both worlds with a device that's smart enough to keep up with you and beautiful enough to catch everyone's attention without trying to. The Infinix X557 (Hot 4) boasts a fluid 5.5 inch HD display, your entance to a multimedia haven supported by a 4,000mAh battery that lasts for two full days! With the Hot 4's spectacular screen, pictures taken with its 8MP camera are super clear. You get to choose the most convenient tariffs as it comes with dual SIM slots (separate from SD card slot) and with an internal memory that can be expanded by a 32GB SD card, your favorite memories are right at your finger tips.

What To Do When Your Android Phone Falls In Water

My younger brother was using my Android device on a Monday morning, mistakenly he drop it and unfortunately inside a bucket full of water.
A lot of people are confused on what to do when there phone fell off into a water bucket or in a pool because it happens to me too and doing the necessary things will easily revive your phone back and making a small mistake can cost you your device easily. 

And it mostly happens with girls/women who are always doing one thing or the other near or beside water, which will finally result in risking your phone to fall on water or even terminate the life expectancy of your phone.

Ability to calm down yourself and do what is necessary will yield to success in reviving your phone but contrary will permanently damage your device. This post is intended to raise awareness on what to do (and not to do) after a device has been soaked in water or liquid.

So you got your Android phone wet and now it’s not working normally, or may not even be turning on. Well, that’s unfortunate but frankly speaking, there’s only so much that you can do about it. 

Unless you are electronics savvy or have a knack for things electronics, fixing a liquid-damaged Android phone is beyond you. If your phone has already stopped responding after attempts to power it on (which you must never do after soaking the device in water!), it may be too late.

What to do when your device has been soaked in water

Turn it off

It may be your first instinct to test whether your gadget actually works. But just a few seconds could make a difference in whether it survives. As soon as it plunges into that toilet, fish it out and turn it off.

DON’T: Don’t turn it on to check to see if it still works. Putting pressure on the keys could shift liquid farther into the device.

Remove Sim Card and Peripherals

Take off those covers, remove the SD Cards and SIM Cards — any possible thing that can be removed to dry on its own. The more areas of the phone that can air out, the better. Some phones, like the iPhone, don’t have a removable battery. Unfortunately, you’ll just have to skip this step and hope for the best if you dunk one of them.

DON’T: SIM cards can survive a bath, but definitely not heat. Don’t stick your phone in the oven, even on low. The heat can warp your phone’s circuits and melt its internal components. You shouldn’t use a blow dryer either. A fan might help, but a microwave is out of the question.

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Suck out the Liquid

If you have a vacuum cleaner with small nozzle attachments you can use that, or use a straw to perform reverse CPR on your phone’s orifices. Get an empty bowl and set it down next to you. If we’re talking about an iPhone, you’re going to want to focus on the earphone port, the earpiece, the microphone port and the charger area. Every time you suck in some liquid, spit it into the bowl to avoid swallowing any sort of weird mechanical chemicals. If the phone fell in the toilet, this is not a good idea, please, skip this is to overcharge the handset so that the build-up of heat is gradual and not excessive, but this carries all the risks you’d expect with running a current through wet circuitry.

DON’T: Don’t try shaking your phone to expel water. Instead, use a dry cotton cloth or towel to dry off the external portions of your phone a much as you can. It only increases the possibility of water getting inside the circuits.

Rice and Silica

Just because your phone is dry on the outside, doesn’t mean it’s dry on the inside. To take care of that, fill a bowl with uncooked rice and bury your phone in it. The rice wicks away the moisture trapped inside your phone, ensuring that it is completely dry inside and out.

You can also fill a plastic baggy with silica packets (those little packets that you find in shoe boxes) and drop your phone in into it. Silica is a desiccant that sucks up water moisture, so it’s perfect for drying a wet smartphone.

Another simple method is to place the phone in front of an air conditioner. The cold air won’t damage the phone and the dry air from the air conditioner makes the water to evaporate quickly.

Whether you choose the rice method or the silica method, you’ll have to leave your phone in the bowl or bag for about three days to make sure that all of the moisture has been removed.
Turn your phone back on

After you’ve waited at least 24 hours, it’s time for the moment of truth. Reassemble your phone, charge it and try to power it on. Bending a pipe cleaner to brush against the edges of your gadget ports is also helpful to gauge the amount of moisture remaining. If it still looks wet, put it back in the bowl and wait another day. If it’s totally dry, turn it on and see how it works.

Is your warranty still valid?

Check to see if the liquid contact indicator (LCI), a small white sticker, turned red when it came into contact with water. Manufacturers place LCIs on their products to use as a litmus test when deciding warranty claims. In most cases, they can refuse to fix or replace your handset if the LCI has been triggered.

Final Verdict

After utilising the above tips on a soaked device but still your device is not normal either it doesn't boot up or some function has stop working, then you need to visit a professional repairer for extensive repairing and maintenance because this water stuff can easily damage your device so easily.

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