Infinix Hot 10
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About the Phone
Infinix Hot 10 is a good smartphone with some serious looking specifications under the hood, like the octa-core processor, a 6.78-inch screen, a massive battery to name a few.
- Massive battery
- 6GB RAM under Rs.10,000
- 128GB of storage
- Dedicated microSD card slot
- Micro USB port instead of USB Type-C
- HD+ screen only
Infinix has just recently released the Infinix Hot 10, a budget smartphone with some seriously impressive specifications for a cheap price tag. Boasting features such as a gaming-oriented processor, a massive battery, a large screen, a quad-camera setup, face and fingerprint unlocking, and DTS audio processing. Let’s see if these features can help Infinix make a mark on the budget segment with its offerings.
Infinix Hot 10 Price in India
Infinix has priced the Infinix Hot 10 at ₹9,999 for the single 6GB+128GB variant that is available here in the subcontinent. The smartphone is available to buy from Flipkart. It is another addition to the budget segment and Infinix is on a spree to take over the most affordable smartphones.
Infinix Hot 10 has a plastic frame that is sandwiched between the plastic back and the glass front. On the back of the device, we have a quad-camera setup with a quad-LED flash and a fingerprint scanner for security. On the front, we have the 6.78-inch screen with a hole punch cutout for the front camera to reside in. On the right side of the device, we have the power and the volume buttons. On the bottom of the device, we have the micro USB port, the loudspeaker, and the headphone jack.
Infinix Hot 10 comes in Obsidian Black, Amber Red, Moonlight Jade, and Ocean Wave colors. The device weighs in at 195g and is at 8.88m of thickness.
Infinix Hot 10 is equipped with a 6.78-inch Infinity-O HD+ 720 by 1640 pixel IPS LCD panel. The screen to body ratio is at 82.2% on this device. The pixel density is rated at 264ppi and the aspect ratio is at 21:9. Also, there is a hole punch cutout on the left corner of the device for the front camera to sit in.
Under the hood, the Infinix Hot 10 is powered by the Mediatek Helio G70 gaming processor. It is an octa-core processor which is built on the 12nm process with maximum clock speeds of up to 2.0GHz. There is 128GB of internal storage with provision to expand via the dedicated microSD card slot while the memory is handled by 6GB of RAM.
The Infinix Hot 10 is running on the Android 10 with Infinix’s own XOS 6.0 layered on top of it.
Infinix Hot 10 boasts a quad-camera setup on the rear and a single front camera on the front. The quad-camera setup consists of a 16MP (wide) main sensor with PDAF, a 2MP macro sensor, a 2MP depth sensor, and a QVGA low light sensor. The video output from this camera is rated at 1080p at 30fps. There is a quad-LED flash for lighting up the scene and features like HDR and panorama for making the most out of a shot.
The front camera is a single 8MP wide sensor (f/1.8) with AI smart beautification built-in. The video output via this sensor is also rated at 1080p at 30fps.
Infinix Hot 10 has a massive 5200mAh Li-Po battery which is powering all of the internals. There is no mention of any fast charge support on this device as per the manufacturer. But the capacity will ensure that you don’t reach out for the charger often.
Infinix may be looking at having a bigger market share in the budget segment with the release of the Infinix Hot 10. Infinix has managed to put together such great specs in such a cheap device with storage and memory offers like no one in this price segment which makes a compelling argument for picking the Infinix Hot 10 over other smartphones at the same price point. This is a great value for money smartphones with only one major absence of the fast charging support for such a massive battery. Keeping this aside, this smartphone is a must to check out before buying a smartphone under ₹10,000.