REVIEW: Here’s All You Need To Know About The Sleek InnJoo One Smart Phone

REVIEW: Here’s All You Need To Know About The Sleek InnJoo One Smart Phone

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The InnJoo One smart-phone is a Micro & Nano Dual SIM telecommunication device with a unique 5inch IPS Capacitive Touchscreen design. The sleek outlook of the phone distinguishes it from other phones including its in-house predecessor versions like the i1s, i2 which clearly indicates how its manufacturers have evolved over the years. InnJoo one was introduced in Ghana July 2015 and is exclusive to Jumia Ghana.

InnJoo Operating System & Features

The InnJoo One powered by a 1.4GHz Octa-Core processor, runs on an OS android version 4.4.2 KitKat processor which enables apps open pretty fast and web pages load easily. InnJoo also comes with an inbuilt customized user interphase (UI) apps and features.  The UI is the InnUI, an InnStore where you have thousands of apps to download and even the InnCloud for cloud storage. Pre-installed app includes Google apps Youtube, Google+, Gmail, InnJoo apps, InnJoo browser and more.

The customized UI enables you to personalize the launcher by adjusting or changing its font or swipe effect. You can set the screen lock to pattern, keypad pin lock or simply swipe to open. The optimize UI enables you to easily navigate through your apps with an auto sub category app tray that gives you an option to select which apps to keep in a particular app tray or you can simply align them on separate windows.

There is a small notification light designed to alert for messages, missed calls, emails, general app notification and also lights up when charging.

The screen resolution of the device has an impressive support for graphic be it 2D or 3D and makes playing games enjoyable.

InnJoo SIM/Memory Card Slot

The InnJoo one is designed in a 2sim format with Nano and micro slot suitability. The dual SIM feature enables you use both a Micro SIM and a Nano SIM at the same time. The Nano SIM slot also serves as the microSD card slot so you either use the Dual SIM without a memory expansion or you can opt for a single SIM. Internal memory of the InnJoo One is 16GB and is expandable with the use of a memory card. RAM size clocks at 2GB which allows for easy multitasking


What captures your attention first is the sleek design of the InnJoo One elegantly built smartphone. There is a double sided Dragon trail glass covering both the 5-inch display and the back of the phone. The navigation keys are just below the screen and the front camera is placed right above.

It is light weight at 123g and 6.9mm thin. To the right of the phone are the volume button and the power button while on the left you find the Dual SIM card slots which can be opened with the use of a tiny pin.

At the back you have the 13MP camera, a flash, loud speaker just below and the brand name inscribed boldly a little above the centre. At the top and bottom are the head phone jack and USB/charging port respectively. At the back below is the manufacturing country and phone serial number detail.

The phone has an entirely new design, gentle curves around the edges and a beautifully crafted metallic frame that wraps round the phone giving it this premium look and makes it design competitive with some high end devices.


The InnJoo One comes with a 5-inch IPS display screen with a screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The display is good and delivers a clear, sharp and bright viewing capability. The display delivers HD viewing for movies and other multimedia experience. Viewing angles is also very impressive.


Battery is not removable and its capacity is 2600mAh. With how frequent people stay on the phone lately, battery life of a device is what most look out for and the InnJoo one can boast of a remarkable battery life. With Wi-Fi and full screen brightness, the phone can last between 6-7 hours for a heavy user and about 10 hours of run time for ‘normal’ use.


There is a 13MPauto-focus camera with flash at the back of the phone; the flash is just below the camera. The camera takes decent (although not too detail) pictures during the day with abundant light. Pictures taken under low light looks noisy and less sharp. The 8MP front camera also does reasonably well under abundant light, takes large pictures up to 3264 x 2448 pixel.  You do not get Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) so you need to ensure your camera is stable before taking a picture.

Apart from the regular Android camera features like HDR Mode, beauty face mode, face detection, smile shot, voice capture, there is a striking feature called ‘Auto Scene detection’. Activating this feature automatically adjusts the camera scene modes to night, sunset, sport, and theatre without having to do it manually.





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