Infinix Mobile
Infinix Mobility
IndustryMobile phones
Founded2013; 10 years ago (2013)
FounderTranssion Holdings
Area served
Africa (except Eritrea, Namibia and South Africa), South Asia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, India and France
Key people
Benjamin Jiang (CEO)
ProductsSmart Phones
Tablet computers
Phone cases
Smart TVs
Smart Watch
ParentTranssion Holdings

Infinix Mobile is a smartphone company with headquarters based in China, founded in 2013 by Transsion Holdings.[1][2][3] Their phones are manufactured in several countries including Bangladesh, France, India, Indonesia, South Korea, China, Pakistan and Egypt.

They have research and development centers in France and Korea and design their phones in France. Infinix Mobile is available in Asia and approximately 30 countries in the Middle East, Africa and also in the United States.[4][5][6] The company was also the first smartphone brand to manufacture in Pakistan.[7]


In 2013, Infinix Mobile was established as a smartphone company.

In 2017, the company saw an increase in market share in Egypt, positioning itself as the third-largest brand after Samsung and Huawei.[8]

Infinix was also a sponsor of the Indian Super League team Mumbai City FC during the 2017–2018 season.[9][10]

On May 8, 2018, Infinix Mobile Nigeria entered into an endorsement agreement with musician David Adedeji Adeleke, also known as Davido, to serve as the brand's ambassador in Nigeria.[11]

In June 2020, Infinix Mobility introduced its first range of smart TVs to the Nigerian electronics market.[12]

In April 2022, Infinix Nigeria announced reality TV star, influencer, and dancer Roseline Afije (Liquorose) as the new face and brand ambassador for its Hot series through its social media platforms.[13]


List of Infinix mobile phones:[14]


Zero Series[edit]

Note Series[edit]

Hot Series[edit]

Smart Series[edit]



Inbook series[edit]


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  11. ^ Releases, Press (2018-05-09). "A collaboration of premium entities — Infinix Mobility Limited signs Davido as brand ambassador". Techpoint.Africa. Archived from the original on 2020-08-01. Retrieved 2020-05-29.
  12. ^ "Infinix to foray into the smart TV market; to increase focus on accessories business". 2019-12-13. Archived from the original on 2019-12-13. Retrieved 2019-12-13.
  13. ^ "Toshiba Infinix Radiography System". Biomedical Safety & Standards. 40 (17): 132. 2010-10-01. doi:10.1097/01.bmsas.0000388680.95744.54. ISSN 1080-9775.
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