See The Phone That Won African’s Heart This Year

Infinix’s Hot Note smartphone has won the heart of many Africa in 2015 since its launch., a Nigeria female blog in her poll conducted from December 18, 2015 – December 27, 2015 revealed that the Infinix Hot Note phone won the highest vote from out of over 4,000 vote counts.

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The listing contain 24 units of phones starting from the Galaxy S6, Blackberry Priv, iPhone 6s, Sony Xperia Z5, Tecno Phantom 5, Infinix Hot 2, Tecno Camon C8, Infinix Note 2, InnJoo Fire, InnJoo 2, HTC A9, Nexus 6P, LG G4, Lumia 950 XL, Asus Zenfone, Huawei P8, Galaxy Note 5, Xiaomi Mi 4, Xiaomi RedMi 2, Lenovo a5000, Huawei Mate 7, Infinix Hot Note, Infinix Zero 2, and Infinix Zero 3 respectively. Out of this list, Infinix Hot Note came first with 21%, Infinix Hot 2 came second with 14% and third position goes to Infinix Zero 3 having 11%.

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The phone that amazes me most in the list is the… Nope, not the Infinix Hot Note, but the Infinix Zero 3 which is yet to be made available in online stores. It seems to me that Infinix fans had been anticipating this particular device so much.

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According to our source, she stated that:

“The competition was clearly an Infinix party! Infinix raked in a total of 2530 unique votes. The next phone brand is Samsung with a total of 472 unique votes, while Tecno had a total of 386 unique votes.”

What is your take on this poll? Do you think the voters were bias? We Comments, Let’s talk about it in the comment box below…

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