The new lifestyle smartphones will exceed customers’ expectations in terms of design, camera and performance.
Lagos, Nigeria, 06 March 2018: Xiaomi has concluded plans to unveil four of its latest smartphone devices – Redmi Note 5a, Redmi Note 5a Prime, Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 plus in Nigeria and exclusively on Jumia Nigeria website on March 7th, 2018. The two smartphones, which run on Android 7.0 (Nougat) with an incredible battery life of 3080mAh, are essentially an upgrade of the Redmi Note 5.
Juliet Anammah, CEO of Jumia Nigeria disclosed this saying, “I am confident that Xiaomi’s success in other markets will be replicated in Nigeria – as it was in India and Indonesia – as a result of the depth of their understanding of exactly what the Nigerian customers need as regards the functionality and durability of a smartphone.
Jumia is proud to bring these two new devices to the Nigerian market and will officially be available for purchase during our Mobile Week sales event scheduled to hold March 15th through 25th, 2018. We’re very happy to be the exclusive online distributor of these new smartphones in Nigeria.”
One remarkable attribute of both phones is their picture quality: the Redmi 5a Prime boasts of a 16MP front camera, with f/2.0 aperture on the front as well as a flashlight, while the primary camera for both phones on the rear packs a 13-megapixel camera.
All the devices feature a 5.5’HD screen with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels and have a super slim 8.4mm thickness and an appealing unibody metal chassis that gives it a wonderful aesthetic look. They are powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm 435 and use a dual nano sim slot.
The Redmi 5a Prime has a hybrid 32GB ROM and a 3GB RAM while its counterpart, the Redmi 5a houses 16GB ROM and 2GB RAM.
The most notorious feature is undoubtedly the device’s high-spec camera, which allows its users to capture precious moments and fleeting sceneries with ease. A growing trend in the world of tech and fashion that will definitely leave its mark and become a reference for future devices.