By: Mary Jones
The phone comes with 4GB or 6GB of RAM coupled with 64GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. The chip inside is Mediatek’s Helio G85, which is just a buffed up version of the G70
The panel is a 6.82 inch LCD with 720p resolution and 440nits of peak brightness. There’s quite a chin present at the bottom here and the considerable waterdrop notch up top isn’t pleasing any more either.
Except for the Infinix Zero 8i (Video Review), I don’t think I’ve ever seen Infinix really experiment with their design choices. The Hot 10s has an all-plastic build too, and credit where it’s due
nfinix Hot 10S becomes the company’s first offering to come with Android 11 right out of the box. The skin on top is XOS 7.6, which as the name suggests, isn’t a huge overhaul over the XOS7 UI we saw with Android 10
Charging speeds however are less impressive as the bundled 10W charger was taking me almost 3.5-4 hours to charge the battery back to 100%
Hot 10S comes with a “triple” rear camera although there’s only one camera you can actually use. It’s a 48MP Samsung sensor, which takes 12MP pixel-binned photos by default.
Infinix Hot 10S starts at Rs 9,999 for the 4/64GB variant and basically makes the Infinix Hot 10 completely redundant, so please don’t buy that anymore.
The Infinix Hot 10is powered by the MediaTek Helio G70 paired with 6GB/4GB of RAM and 128GB/64GB of Storage.
Infinix Hot 10has a quad camera setup including a combination of a 16-megapixel primary sensor, two 2-megapixel sensors, and an AL lens.
Infinix Hot 10 is actually sizzling hot in terms of looks. I mean look at that back.
– 10W power brick and USB cable – a set of earphones – Sim ejector tool – a plastic case – a screen protecto
Android 10, you get system-wide dark mode, Focus mode(a compliment to Digital Wellbeing), new gesture navigation systems, boosted privacy, security and notifications
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