Any difference from others, is what am not seeing!
Innjoo has kept virtually everyone in dark by announcing over 5 different Smartphones powered by Android in 2018. Certainly, the phones features takes jab mostly at affordable devices out there.
This is the Innjoo Maze and it arrives with striking resemblance with the Maze Alpha. The Innjoo Maze is definitely a take home device with attractive display and specs
The Innjoo Maze Smartphone offers a tri-bezel-less screen display. This allows the device to skip the borders on the top and sides of the device. But brings in a big chin at the bottom display, that mostly houses the front physical display and selfie camera.
Innjoo Maze Specs
*. Display: 6-inch Full HD IPS 2.5D display with 376 pixels density
*. Fingerprint sensor: YES
*. RAM: 4GB / 6GB
*. Storage: 64GB / 128GB of internal storage with expandable Micro sd card slot
*. Screen resolution: 1080 by 1920 pixels
– Back camera: 5MP + 13MP dual camera setup
– Front camera: 5MP selfie shooter
*. OS: Android 7.0 (Nougat)
*. Processor: 2.5GHz MediaTek Helio P25 processor
*. Network and connectivity: 2G GSM, 3G WCDMA, 4G LTE, Type-C charge, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth v4.2, WIFI hotspot, Wi-Fi direct
*. Battery: 4000mAh battery capacity
*. Fast charging: YES
Table of Interest
Innjoo Maze: Design and Display
The Innjoo Maze Smartphone arrives with an edge-to-edge design, with a tri-bezel-less screen display, like Elephone S8. The phone looks stylish in design, shiny and features a finishing CNC machined metal frames classic touch.
The handset arrives with a tall 6-inch Full HD IPS 2.5D display with 376 pixels density and displays videos, photos, games in a high screen resolution of 1080pixels. And the screen is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection, which offers an ultra-durable and damage resistant body glass casing.
The phone comes with a huge chin at the bottom display that houses the physical home button and selfie camera. The home button also acts as the fingerprint sensor scanner also.
The phone is coated by the stylish midnight black back cover. As per the optional colors, the phone is available in just Midnight black colors but more colors would certainly be unveiled later on.
Innjoo Maze: Camera and Connectivity
The Innjoo Maze smartphone comes with a dual camera setup at the back of the device, which consists of a 13-megapixels and 5-megapixels, both offers a large f/2.2 aperture Samsung S5K3L8 sensor.
The dual camera is situated at the top left corner of the phone in a horizontal platform, and it comes with a flash. The camera is able to take stable shiny images and it shows every details in an in-depth view, bringing every aspect of the photo in its colorful display.
While on the front camera, the phone arrives with a 5-megapixels selfie snapper. Anyways, it fails to come with any facial recognition system but thankfully, it can crystal clear photos.
On the network and connectivity, the phone sports a 2G GSM, 3G WCDMA, 4G LTE, Type-C charge, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth v4.2, WIFI hotspot, Wi-Fi direct and there is dual SIM card options for changing SIM cards. But as to whether the dual sim supports dual band 4G LTE connectivity, we aren’t sure.
Innjoo Maze: Performance and Battery
The handset is powered by a 2.5GHz MediaTek Helio P25 processor, which offers optimized Power Saving features, while the MediaTek PE+ technology for efficiency. And it also reduces the heat of the phone during tough high games.
The phone is available in two different variants, there is 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage. Which makes the multitasking of the device more smoother and faster.
Everything is based on the huge 4000mAh battery capacity with fast charging technology, and the company says, it can last all day with one charge.
How much is the Innjoo Maze?
Both the Innjoo Maze 4GB and 6GB version will costs under $250, which is around N80k in Nigeria currency.
Innjoo should be very much aware that anything more than that, would scare Nigerians aware from these devices and also, the availability of these in Africa or Nigeria, isn’t yet sure!