Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

It is no longer just a feature of the main phones that are released to the market every year that in the following months trying to revitalize their sales through alternative versions. Usually, under the names of Plus or Pro, it tries to offer some extra features in its hardware that make it even more attractive (and that adapts to the constant advancement of technology), this being the turn for the Innjoo Fire 3 Pro.

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro is a mid-range smartphone that was introduced a few months ago in its standard version as one of the best options on the market for those looking for a high-quality design, extra specifications and a price that is extremely competitive. As the title of the article indicates, this reissue includes the much-requested fingerprint sensor and more storage.

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Features and Specifications

Dimensions: 76.4 x 150.2 x 8.2 mm
Weight: 162g
SoC:MediaTek MT6737
Processor: ARM Cortex-A53, 1300 MHz, Number of cores: 4
Graphics processor: ARM Mali-T720 MP2, 600 MHz, Number of cores: 2
Memory: 3 GB, 640 MHz
Built-in Memory: 32 GB
Memory cards: microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC
Screen: 5.5 in, IPS, 720 x 1280 pixels, 24 bit
Battery: 3000 mAh, Li-polymer (Lithium Polymer)
Operating system: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Camera: 4160 x 3120 pixels, 1920 x 1080 pixels, 30 frames / second
SIM card: Micro-SIM, Micro-SIM / microSD
Wi-Fi: b, g, n, Wi-Fi Hotspot
USB: 2.0, Micro USB
Bluetooth: 4.1
Navigation: GPS, A-GPS

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Design

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro is very light despite its size.

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

If you look at what the Innjoo Fire 3 presented at the time it was clear that it was not necessary to change elements of its design, because what it has already makes it aesthetically interesting. Thus, its version Pro maintains as its essence its construction in a unique aluminum housing that stands out at first sight by the elimination of the side frames and a thickness reduced to the maximum.

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

The overall dimensions correspond to 150.2 x 76.4 x 8.2 mm, slightly more than achieved for a mobile screen 5.5 inches, while its weight is 136 grams. It’s also worth noting that the three Android capacitive buttons have been included in its bottom frame, so you can take full advantage of the large surfaces of your front panel.

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro recovers from the initial absence of its fingerprint sensor.

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

Strictly what you have again the Innjoo Fire 3 Pro is shown on the back side of the phone, more precisely below the photographic sensor. Logically it is your fingerprint reader that includes all the features you can expect, such as unlocking your phone, opening applications and taking pictures with just the index finger.

As for hardware, the same components are maintained as its Mediatek MTK 6737 quad-core processor at 1.3 GHz, 3 GB RAM, 3000mAh battery capacity and up to Android version 6.0. However, the original 16 GB of internal storage is set aside to make way for 32 GB that can be expanded through a microSD card up to 128 GB.

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

Finally, it can be indicated that its 5.5-inch screen maintains the HD resolution, the cameras correspond to a 13-megapixel sensor with LED flash and front sensor of 5 megapixels, while no lack support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b / G / n, GPS, Bluetooth 4.1 and 4G LTE mobile networks.

Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Availability and price

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor

To purchase the Innjoo Fire 3 Pro it is possible to reserve it in its variant of golden color and at a very competitive price through the recognized store Pccomponentes. It arrives as usual with a valid warranty for 2 years and returns period of up to 30 days, while the first shipments will be available from this May 18.

Source: Techlector

Review Innjoo Fire 3 Pro: Now with Rear Footprint Sensor was last modified: May 26th, 2017 by Boby Sanburn