Syinix, a home appliance brand of Transsion which also owns mobile brands Tecno, Infinix and Itel, recently opened a brand shop at Luthuli Avenue, Nairobi.
Syinix covers TV, audio, refrigerator, washing machine, AC, and other home appliances with a commitment to being the most reliable household appliance brand for African consumers.
We opened our New Brand Shop in Luthuli Avenue and Munyu Road Junction on Tuesday. Here is a snippet of how it went down. Join and celebrate with us next time. #SyinixKEGrandOpening #SyinixKEBrandShop pic.twitter.com/mv3oZtBDvU
— SyinixKE (@SyinixKE) February 18, 2022
“What a surprise! With only five hours of opening, sales reached 313 per cent of our expectation,” said Little Sun, Syinix’s Kenya marketing manager.
With a commitment to “innovation and quality”, Syinix developed a nearly 2000 R&D team and full-coverage after-sell service network. The sold-out of TV is the evidence of years of quality precipitation and localized innovation.
The advent of this phenomenon technique* breaks the technological gap between digital TV and smart TV. This successfully replicates the wireless screen projection function that originally only exists on a smart TV to digital TV through technical innovation. The brand has committed to continue to introduce a series of quality and innovative products that African users expect.
In 2022, Syinix will continue to introduce a series of quality and innovative products that African users expect.
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