Infinix Hot 10 launched in India, priced at ₹9,999

Infinix Hot 10

Infinix has officially announced the launch of a new budget smartphone for the Indian market. Called the Hot 10, the smartphone will be available during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale which starts on October 16 at 12noon. The smartphone has been offered at ₹9,999.

Infinix Hot 10 has been launched with an additional e-warranty feature that shows the validity date of the device’s warranty. There is another highlight of the phone and this is the Document mode which allows users to scan any document from the smartphone’s camera.

Not only this, the camera also comes integrated with Google Lens and this can be used for scanning barcodes, QR codes, as well as look up for more information about any item.

Infinix Hot 10 Specifications, Features

Infinix Hot 10 has been released with a textured design with 2.5D curved glass finish which is protected by NEG. The phone also has a 6.78-inch pin-hole display with an HD+ IPS panel. The screen comes with a 91% screen-to-body ratio.

Now we speak about performance, the Infinix Hot 10 relies on MediaTek Helio G70 processor which is coupled with 6GB DDR4 RAM and 128GB built-in storage. As far as the software is concerned, there is the Android 10 XOS7.

It chugs along on a 5,200mAh battery which is said to deliver video playback of 23 hours and offers 41 hours of music playback, 18 hours of web surfing and also comes with 31 hours of 4G talk-time as well as 66 days of standby time. The battery also extends support to 18W fast charging.

The camera is a 16MP AI Quad rear camera and comes with a f/1.85 large aperture and quad-LED flash. Flip it and there is an 8MP AI in-display selfie camera in the front with f/2.0 aperture and dual selfie flashlight.

It is available in four colour variants – Ocean Wave, Amber Red, Obsidian Black and Moonlight Jade.

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