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Infinix Buzz X260 hands-on

Infinix Buzz

The Infinix Buzz is a budget Android 4.0 (Ice cream Sandwich) smartphone with a 2.6-inch (480 x 320 pixel) touchscreen display and hardware QWERTY keyboard. Under the hood, the Infinix Buzz is powered by a 1 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM. There’s a 5 megapixel camera, 512 MB Internal Memory and a microSD slot in the mix too. Lastly, it is powered by a 1450 mAh battery. All standard Android ICS goodies are in there, including WiFi hotspot.

I had a brief hands-on with a unit yesterday and found that it feels like a very sturdy and well built device. At 11.9mm thickness, it is also a bit chunky. The casing is plastic. The unit that I played with was black, but I think that I would prefer the white version. The Buzz is wider than the average QWERTY smartphone, and this allows for a landscape format display. The hardware keyboard feels good in the hands.

In case you did not know, the Infinix brand of mobile phones is from Sagem’s lineage.

The Infinix Buzz X260 is available in the market here in Nigeria for around N16,500.00, which sounds like an absolutely fantastic deal for anyone looking for a hardware QWERTY Android smartphone at an affordable price.

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20 comments on “Infinix Buzz X260 hands-on”

  1. jujukemist Reply

    These are among the Tecno killers.subtle european technology. I had a hands on of the x450.superb battery management.

    • Mister Mo

      Jujukemist,

      Tecno is a partner in the Infinix brand, alongside MobiWire (formerly Sagem) and CarlWire. .

  2. jujukemist Reply

    I know mister Mo,its just that we also know that the partnership is superficial- at the care centre level and factory production.The business, Philosophy and Design Spirit is totally different.Already, Tecno is geting jittery of this Infinix guys,it may subsume their brand name

  3. Ebimobowei Jikenghan Reply

    Oh, I’m considering buying this phone so I can use it as a wifi hotspot. Please can I get any info on its networking capabilities? Nothing seems to be showing up on google about the networking specs. Thanks Mr. Mo.

  4. charles Reply

    this is a classic Chinese ploy to make themselves look more European . Pay some European guys to front the company but at the heart of it the brand is still Chinese and the user experience is still Chinese. When a company is OWNED by Chinese regardless of how the consumer offering is – the decisions are Chinese- they have ZERO liking for Africa- just another way to make money from the continent which then buys them luxury houses etc – in China . None of those Chinese directors will be buying plots in Victoria Island and none of them will invest in the long term benefit for Nigeria. Nigerians WAKE UP !

  5. Mikeprince Onwukwe Reply

    please i have ordered for this phone infinix buzz x260 and i really want to know if its not a china phone, and if it can perfume all that they said it can do like, whats app and hope it does SKYPE…? how sharp is the camera and how is it with the internet… hope its okay to use as a phone or should i just forget about it……because i don’t want to buy it and letter regret it please can someone advice me about the functions and performance of the phone….because maybe by Monday i will be receive the phone from JUMIA…..?

  6. chriscollins Reply

    The phone Infinix buzz X260 is something else,boy you need to buy the phone is very fantastic.

  7. IfeanyiAssurance Reply

    Lol…the world is now a global village where any country is free to tread in any other country..That the chinese is making a whole lots of money frm nigeria via mobile phone sales etc simply reflects a total failure as a Nation..comeon what are these xo call feds,these professors,ph.d holders in science and engineering doing?xo if you can beat the chinese with better tech,am sure they will b morethan willing to Buy yourz.

    • windeck

      you think its about the know how? have u considered the capital and production cost especially in a country with poor power supply or inaccessible roads in your country? my brother if you dont ve these basic amenities you wont even consider producing because it will be more expensive than buying. so i advice u to buy those Chinese phones if you dont have the money to buy better high end phones…

  8. Jonah Reply

    The Infinix Buzz looks good, better than its rival TECNO Q1. But it has a weak, terribly weak touch screen that acts up and the camera has no real auto focus. What’s worse, the torch is nothing other than a led sensor. Internal storage of 128MB is an apology.
    Pros, the phone looks good and has extra navi buttons. I should have bought the Q1.

  9. Edward Obi-Akpere Reply

    My greatest disappointment in 2014 is buying an infinix buzz x260 phone: the actual INTERNAL MEMORY is 128MB instead of the 512MB as specified on the phone pack. Even when I bought it from a reputable store (Slot, Abuja office) I have no hope of getting this issue resolved as they said they did not manufactured phones and Nigeria being what we are, I am on my own.

  10. esteewhyte@gmail.com Reply

    Am currently using the fone guys! Its sleek and superb! Does facebook, twitter, whatsapp, 2go, bbm, skype, snapchat, instagram and many other apps perfectly! Its a really good buy i assure u.. U wont regret buyin’ it! :-)

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