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Infinix Launches Its First Wearable Technology.

Infinix Mobile is on a roll! The technology company has taken it a step further with the launch of their first wearable technology, the X-band, a smartwatch with a plethora of functions.
infinix xband
For one, the screen can be detached and used as a Bluetooth device, which is super cool!
infinix xband 3
It also has an IP Code of IP55 which means that it is both dust and water resistant. Of course, the X-band can serve as a fitness tracker, and can be used to receive phone calls, notifications and what have you.
infinix xband 2
To make this more interesting, the X-band can work across all Android smartphones provided you have the app Installed.
infinix x band
Check out the specifications below:


Spec Xband (XBO1)
Talk time 7 Hrs
Standby time 150 Hrs
Weight 26.7g
Display/Touch Ultra thin screen with smart touch – 0.96” POLED
Technology Wireless syncing
Body/Features Vibrations, reminders, timer,water resistance,
Water resistant
Battery life 100mAh
Water resistance IP 55
Processor STM32F401CEY6TR  84MHZ
Sensor G-sensor/Hall Sensor
ROM 512KB + 8MB External Flash
Steps Yes
Distance Yes
Calories Yes
Vibrating Yes
Reminders Yes
Anti-Lost alerT Yes
Find my phone Yes
Goals Yes
Timer Yes

Along with the X-band, Infinix has also launched its second DNC headphones, ‘The Dual noise cancellation’ XE02 which they claim aims to improve sound quality, while disrupting background noise. Bear in mind that this is an upgrade to the XEO1. The DNC headphones can power for more than 10-hrs on a full charge and guarantees an automatic noise cancellation quality (IC) of 95% with Hi-Fi sound.
infinix dnc headphones


Spec DNC Headphones (XEO2)
Call Microphone 6*2.2±0.2mm
Speaker Ø13.6*2pcs
Plug Standard 3.5mm jack
Anc Microphone S/N Ratio >60dB
Battery 105mAh battery
Playback time with DNC 2.5 Hours Noise Cancellation Playback
Certifications RoHS certification
Features Dual Noise cancellation,
Standby time 10 Hours

Honestly, the strategies Infinix M0bile is employing is definitely better than her sister company (Tecno Mobile). #JustSaying.


13 comments on “Infinix Launches Its First Wearable Technology.

  1. Bodexowen says:

    They made a great step for not making the X-band exclusive to infinix phones. How much might it cost?

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      Within the N20,000 price bracket. Although this is not confirmed

  2. Simeon Udoh says:

    The specs is below average. Infinix should better release a better upgrade soon. 100mah battery? Na wa Oo

  3. KingAbsolute says:

    This is cool, I have an infinix Bluetooth device, it’ll be cooler if I join the xband to it…

  4. marvellous says:

    Thank you MissTechy, how about the price and availability?

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      ? that hasn’t been officially announced yet

  5. I’m definitely buying the xband , if the headphones price is right, then we’ll add it to the cart also.
    Hope we will get a review misstechy?

  6. Harrie says:

    Umm definitely a slayer, just the fanciest slim multifunctional rubber watch thingy youyou’d wanna get, given they turn out to fall within the range she speculates?, aaaand 8mb external flash!! I wanna see how it plays, that’s if the good ol’ Missy here doesn’t mind a full blown review!! ?

  7. Anonymous says:

    They cannot give somebody IP certification of their phones it’s watch they will be shouting up and down about……Infinix just be giving irrelevant news

  8. Fred says:

    What about the dnc headphones price?

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      Hi Fred, it’s expected to retail from between ₦8,000 — ₦9,000

  9. Fred says:

    ??? more expensive than apple headphones

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