Infinix Mobile was officially launched in 2013. It is a Hong Kong based company but its phones are manufactured in China. Moreover, Infinix has their research and development centres in South Korea and France. Infinix is very much involved in global online start-up scene. It started its business in Bangladesh in 2016. But they didn't have any physical shop. Rather, they started to sell their phones via Daraz Online Shop. Which is quite unprofessional in this sector as there is no real service or customer care. Another thing is that, Daraz is an Online Shop from Germany based venture builder Rocket-Internet. Daraz also started as an start-up in Bangladesh few years ago. Infinix is also selling their phones in some African countries via Online shopping platform Jumia and in Philippines via Lazada. These are all ventures from Rocket internet which creates start-ups.
This gives us an impression that, Infinix has no solid ground, investment, philosophy and background like Nokia, Huawei, Samsung or even Symphony or Walton. Companies that are building up though start-up network, are pretty much playing around in thin air. Their success and big investment depends on amount of sales. Which is pretty hard to achieve in smartphone industry now-a-days. One must need strong background, investment, vision, insight and connection to the industry to become successful. These crucial facts are often missing in new companies in start-up networks which primarily wants to generate sales and grab attention in lowest possible cost to gain more investors. Thus missing true ambition, root, high professionalism and extraordinary employees. We find that, stability and high values are truly essential for companies which want to become successful in the long run in modern smartphone industry.