Infinix Mobile Phones in Mwanza Region
Infinix mobile phones were announced by Samsung in July 2014, launching in Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore. These phones were intended for mobile use in urban areas or in remote areas of the country, particularly those where there is a high demand for mobile phone storage.
Infinix phone model 10.3 was unveiled on June 31, 2014 and was an updated version of Infinix 9.1 in September 2014. Infinix phones carry a different design design for lower quality of a phone than Infinix 9.3, which is also known as Infinix Prophones. It was an updated model version of Infinix 10 (PTC) introduced in September 2010. The latest Infinix Prophones have new colors.
The Infinix mobile phones were available in a range of sizes from 1.7mm to 16mm and in some models up to 4.5mm.
Infinix Mobile Phone in Asia
Infinix mobile phones were introduced in Malaysia as the first mobile phones from Samsung Electronics. It had five models and was limited to 8 units across countries of Asia. A further 4 mobile phones were sold by Samsung and another 4 smartphones were sent to Japan and other European markets.
The Infinix Mobile phones were called the Infinix Phones.
Infinix mobile phones arrived in the world several years
Infinix Mobile Phones in Mwanza Region in southern Punjab province
January 13, 2013
The Supreme Court on Monday, on a petition filed by Niti Aayog to the apex court, directed all the provinces and the government of Pakistan to allow MTM to carry out the services of non-Muslims.
The apex court had stated, “The Muslim population of Punjab and Kashmir has in the past had become too diverse, having become quite diverse because of the religious mix, because of religious restrictions on their worship, and because of the threat of religious extremists posing an economic and social risk to the entire society.”
In 2008, the petitioner, Niti Aayog, appealed to the Supreme Court of Pakistan against the decision of an Indian court which had not granted the petition challenging Hotaq’s right to free MTM and gave further direction to the government of Pakistan to allow the service. The petitioner had alleged and argued that the courts had denied his right to free MTM in its place and not on the list of services.
Niti Aayog has asked the court to order the government of Pakistan to allow the service of MTM and the Central Government will soon come to the rescue.
Earlier the state assembly had suspended its session till 31 February.