Innjoo phones: Innjoo i1, i1s and i2 smartphones preview
Innjoo, Injoo, Innjo? What the eff is Innjoo?
If you are still on those questions then you need to be brought to update because Innjoo is still a relatively new brand, but with stock that can oust industry heavyweights if care is not taken.
What am I saying?
I’m saying that Innjoo is different from you regular phone startup. These guys seem to have the correct drive that can steer the boat to the great sales and awards.
The Innjoo of a vendor seems not to care for the profit. Innjoo smartphones (the ones we’ve seen) bear very impressive specs-to-price margins.
Take for example, the Innjoo i1s which goes for just about $92. The specs are nearly shocking at that price — 5″ FWVGA IPS touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, a 5MP main camera and front-facing VGA camera.
Affordable is cheap, right?
We assume that some premium producers beg to differ on this negative principle and we already know that Innjoo phones are affordable. But then, are Innjoo phones cheap?
You’ll find out about that when I settle to lay my hands on an Innjoo smartphone (probably an i1s or an i2) for a review tear down.
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