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InnJoo Launches Fingerprinting Smartphone



InnJoo, a Dubai-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer, recently released its latest smartphones, the InnJoo 2, Max 2, and Max 2 Plus, as well as a smart television, the InnTV 4. The company also introduced fingerprint technology, a unique feature found on its “flagship” smartphone, the InnJoo 2.

The technical startup was “born with Internet DNA,” according to its official website. It partnered with one of the largest ecommerce sites in the region to become “the fastest-growing company by providing smart devices as well as software services in the MEA area.” 

According to InnJoo managing director Robert Liang, the numerous device launches are designed to meet customers’ demands for “exceptional” technology, and that the options make ideal holiday gifts. Liang also said the company’s smart television is its foray into the TV market. 

InnJoo 2’s fingerprint technology offers improved security with regard to mobile applications and document accessibility. It makes for optimal photo-taking, and features a sleek design, dual 13-megapixel cameras, serious octa-core processor, and Android Lollipop operating system. The result? An enhanced Internet, picture, and video experience for users. 

“We at InnJoo are dedicated to bringing the new technology to the market, with an affordable price and premium quality that the market is chasing,” said Tim Chen, InnJoo’s Co-founder and CEO. “We think as a normal user when we design our products, define new functions and apply new technology to our devices. And as we see the increasing demands for privacy and security for every personal product, the fingerprint technology helps to satisfy it completely.” 


Long-Term Goals

The company has set its sights on becoming the “Xiaomi of the Middle East” over the next few years. Company heads are not only jumping up and down about the fingerprinting smartphone, but they are also very excited about what their smart TV will bring to the masses.

Chen noted that the InnTV 4 is designed to meet consumers’ lifestyle needs and subsequently make their lives easier. He said that the company’s smart TV is “probably the best” option for the most affordable price on the market, and that its functionality and features provide consumers with a “great experience.” Liang echoed these sentiments, remarking that the InnTV 4 features a 39-inch FHD display, which gives users a “splendid” quality of display, and that it runs on Android 4.4 “smoothly” with the core processor. The TV also features a built-in WiFi Module that provides Internet access so users can read news, go on social media, and more. 

Between the fingerprinting smartphone and the television, InnJoo is looking to make good on its promise to bring “premium quality, optimized software” to consumers for an affordable price. 



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