Infinix partners with Google to launch new mobile innovation in the Middle East and Africa

New smartphone delivers AI innovations for an ultimate user experience, launch follows the successful release of Infinix Note 4 last year
Benjamin Jiang managing director of Infinix Mobile
Benjamin Jiang managing director of Infinix Mobile

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The latest mobile phone innovation by Infinix will launch in the Middle East and Africa in late June at Dubai’s Burj Khalifa. Infinix, the TRANSSION Holdings premium smartphone brand, will partner with Google to deliver a “Beyond Intelligent” device. The all-new Infinix Note 5 is part of Android One program, designed to deliver the best Android OS experience powered by artificial intelligence.
 
More than 200 guests are invited from around the region to join Infinix and Google in celebrating the launch of Note 5 with an unprecedented mobile experience. With the new device, users will be able to experience AI through applications like Google Assistant and Google Lens.
 
Benjamin Jiang, Managing Director of Infinix Mobile said: “We believe that advanced technology with stylish look and feel is the perfect combination for customers eager to shape the world’s trends. Alongside Google, we are excited to share our latest product and journey at the launch event next week. We are committed to continue pushing the boundaries of innovation and allow users to enjoy and utilise the most advanced technologies available.”
 
During the launch event, guests will get an exclusive hands-on experience of the latest device before the official market release.

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