Friday, April 7, 2017

InnJoo 4 - Review, Features, Specifications, Pros and Cons

Innjoo is taking the smartphone market to another level - lunching a new device with super fast performance, the InnJoo 4. The new InnJoo device comes with premium specs that makes it stands out from its competition. After the lunch of InnJoo Pro 2 with 6GB of Ram size, InnJoo is dropping the InnJoo 4 with a 4GB of Ram size.

 Lets go into details the feature of the InnJoo 4;

InnJoo 4 - Design

The device is moderately big, coming with a display size of 5.5-Inch and 1920 x 1980 full high definition and 401PPI screen that is capable to process colorful details and delivers a vibrate display even under sunlight.

At the back of the InnJoo 4 is 16MP rear camera with phase detection LED flash feature, below it is a fingerprint reader that unlocks the device in less than 0.35 seconds. The device has an elegant design shape for both top and bottom that brings a conformable feel for hand held.

InnJoo 4 - Performance and Storage

The InnJoo 4 has a fast user performance that is powered with a 4GB of Ram size and enhanced with a Deca core processor clocked at 2.3GHz to provide a good computing capabilities and power efficiency and ensures the user get a fast performance that is good for multitasking without any lag and slowing down.

In addition to the fast performance, it runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS with a 64GB internal storage and can still be expandable using MicroSD card upto 128GB - storage space is no longer an issue.

InnJoo 4 - Features and Connectivity

There is no limit to what you can do with the Innjoo 4, whether connecting via wifi, hotspot or MicroSD cable, the Innjoo 4 also has 4G LTE support for fast internet browsing and video streaming and downloading. It has a built-in battery power of 3400mAh capacity with USB - TypeC that supports fast charging.

InnJoo 4 - Pros
  • Fast performance
  • Great design
  • Lots of storage spaces
  • Quality back camera
  • Fast internet browsing powered with 4G
InnJoo 4 - Cons
  • Quite expensive
  • The front camera should have been stepped up to 8MP
  • The 3400mAh battery is quite small
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