Hisense Mobile launched the brand-new Infinity H30.
Liam Faurie, Head of Marketing and Product Planning commented, “The Hisense Infinity H30 has a crystal clear 6.5” water drop display and screen-to-body ratio of 83.3% that gives users a cinematic experience for watching movies and other videos. The impressive 4530 mAh battery with Artificial Intelligence (AI) power saving allows for longer battery life meeting the daily requirements of busy users with more game time, and more play time.”
The Infinity H30 is powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 AI chipset which provides an even better experience through deep power efficiency improvements, further feature upgrades and clock-speed enhancements.
AI Power Saving: The Hisense H30 Smartphone with AI power saving and various other power saving modes will help manage your device, while reducing power consumption therefore extending the time on your phone.
One-Step Cleaning: To guarantee the efficient smooth operation of your smartphone, Hisense has developed an app “Cleaner” to clean cache on your device with one tap.
128GB of on-board storage and a MicroSD card slot means you do not need to delete precious memories because you ran out of space and 4GB of RAM allows for faster loading and switching between apps.
The Infinity H30’s dual rear camera is crafted to create professional portrait photos with an artfully blurred background. The smartphone can identify 16 different scenarios thanks to advanced AI algorithms. When you take a photo, it intuitively chooses the most applicable exposure and colour adjustments for that perfect shot.
The 20MP selfie camera has a large aperture of f/2.0 with beauty shot allowing for those perfect selfies.
Launching at the same time is the smaller version, aptly named the H30 Lite. This model had a 6.1” waterdrop display but also features a dual rear camera with AI Scene Recognition and a 3000mAh battery with AI power saving.
Both models come in 2 stylish colour designs, Ice Blue and Violet Ocean, and are available from June through Mobile Network operator stores and other cellular retailers. Pricing starts at R2,999 or R199 per month on contact.
As a value-added service offering, the Infinity H30 and H30 Lite comes with one free screen replacement within the first 12 months of purchase (Ts and Cs apply).
“Customers can either go to one of 37 accredited repair centres nationally, call 0860 4473 673 or send an SMS ‘FixQuick’ to 38469 to arrange for repairs done at work or your home.” Liam Faurie mentioned.
The service is available nationwide through the mobile network operators and cellular retailers. For more info please visit https://hisense.co.za/harley-cares.
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