Infinix Mobility reaches Mexico, The national market receives a new Asian competitor in the field of smartphones whose mission is “Empowering the New Generation” According to Infinix.
Infinix is a Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer, founded in 2013. In nearly 10 years of its existence, the company has expanded its presence primarily to countries in the Middle East and Africa, with a jump to Latin America by 2022. , with Colombia being the first market in the region it reached, and its smartphones are currently also available in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Ecuador.
Antonio Tercero, director of Infinix in Mexico, explains that the expansion of the company in Mexico is due to the fact that it is “One of the most relevant and dynamic markets in the world of consumer technology”,
Infinix has highlighted several important milestones in its history. For example, between 2019 and 2021, during the pandemic, it experienced sales growth of 172%; Two years of partnership with Garena Free Fire, one of the most popular mobile games today; And that in 2021 it introduced a concept smartphone with 165W wired charging and color change technology at the Mobile World Congress.
Infinix Mexico will introduce its range of Smart, Hot, Note and Zero smartphones in the country, and that’s exactly what the director reveals is in his immediate plans. Infinix Hot Series Released Free Fire Edition, Meanwhile, several smartphones are already listed on its website:
- Note 12 G96
- smart 6 plus
- Smart 6 HD
- smart 6
- hot 12
- Note 8
- hot 10 lite
- minus 8
infinix zero 8
All models focused on the mid-range, and only the Zero 8 positions itself a step up in the upper-middle range. As of now, Tercero hasn’t shared pricing information for the upcoming Infinix smartphone in Mexico, but it does provide some details about its upcoming availability:
At Infinix, we are committed to making our technology accessible to all. To achieve this, we are working with major carriers, department stores, retail chains and distributors to ensure that our devices are widely available and easily accessible to Mexican consumers.
It is worth mentioning that Infinix Mobility has already made its debut in Mexico with a few smartphones, but in the end it was just good intentions. We shall see if this time Infinix comes to Mexico to stay, as it energetically claims.