Nigeria being one of the biggest smartphone markets in Africa continues to appreciate smartphone innovations especially with the reception ‘Infinix Note 3’ received after launch in 2016.

According to Google’s year in search 2016 Infinix Note 3 was the most searched for android smartphone in Nigeria. The smartphone following the lead of Apple’s Iphone 7, Infinix Note 3 beat Samsung Galaxy S7 on the top search mobile phones list amongst other smartphones.

Infinix Mobility successfully launched 5 major smartphones last year in Nigeria with increased demand from customers and the open market. Two of the smartphones made it to the ‘Top 10 most searched mobile phone list’ in Nigeria in 2016 ‘Infinix Note 3 & HOT 4’ other Infinix phones on the list includes, Infinix Zero 3, the 4th generation of the Zero series ‘Zero 4’ was launched in December 2016 and Infinix Hot 2 which was launched with Google in 2015.

Infinix continues to excite customers with unbeatable smartphone features and the Infinix Note 3 is still currently high in demand. All Infinix partners have the Infinix Note 3 online and offline.

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