It seems Injooo Mobile has decided to join their rivers in the production of enticing Smartphone. Based on the information reaching us, Innjoo Mobile is set to unveil one of its best Smartphone ever, named Innjoo Max 3.
The short and sweet video below tender highlights the specifications and image of the Innjoo Max 3. Based on the rumor we heard, the Innjoo Max 3 is coming with a large 6.0 inch display, 2.5D diamond cut glass, full metal body design, fingerprint scanner at the back. 13MP rare camera, 4000mah battery and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

The interesting part is the ram capacity, Innjoo Max 3 is said to come with a whooping 3GB of RAM, making it a first Innjoo Smartphone to come with such big RAM.

  Expected Specifications
» 6.0-inch full HD (1920 × 1080p) AMOLED display
» 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage
» Android 6.0 Marshmallow
» Mediatek Processor
» Fingerprint Scanner
» 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash
» 8- megapixel front camera
» Dual SIM, 4G LTE, Bluetooth, USB, WiFi, and GPS
» 4000mAh battery

Innjoo Max 3 is expected to be launched this very month of July, but no information regarding the Max 3 price at the moment.

It is too early to be sure about anything on Innjoo Max 3, just take everything with a pinch of salt. Clear images and the real specifications of the Innjoo Max 3 will be communicated to you as soon as we get the naked truth.

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  1. Sorry to ask here I just need a quick reply that's y... Pls is it possible to use CWM Recovery to restore a backed up lollipop rom to a similar phone running on kitkat with both device having the same version of CWM Recovery install? Thanks

    1. Yes it is possible, see and download custom ROM beta with features and flashing.

  2. please add 08166579391

  3. I heard it's camera is far better than Canon

  4. Nice specs. I love the 6inche

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  5. Nice specs for the second viarant

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  6. The Injoo Max 3 is a lovely device...

    I am most enticed with the 4000Mah battery considering the power problems we face in Nigeria. Niice post actually