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Infinix Hot 10 review: Ultimately a Hot device!

Infinix Hot 10 review: Ultimately a Hot device!

It would be safe to say that Infinix has had a wonderful year in the mobile phone business, thanks to the strategic flow of smartphone launches over this year. While we had the Hot 8 device released a year ago, it was rather not expected to have the Hot 9 early this year and the Infinix Hot 10 coming in now.  The new device seeks out a user interested in a powerful smartphone that offers almost everything in one while achievable at a pocket-friendly price.

We gave you a first impressions of the device. Did you get the dose right or you need more. Is the latest member of the Hot family what you’ve been waiting for? Let’s take a look in a brief review of the phone!

Infinix Hot 10 Design

The design language has always been on point, and it is evident that the Hot series speaks it well. The smartphone is built with a Glass front, plastic back, and plastic frame. The dimension of the device is 171.1 x 77.6 x 8.9 mm and it weighs 195 grams. In the Hot 10, you get a uniquely slim device that you can hold firmly all the way. Much of the parts are in place as expected; the fingerprint sensor on the back, as well as the Micro USB port, headphone jack and speaker grille at the bottom.

The smartphone comes with a 6.78 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen and 720 x 1640 pixels resolution. We’ve talked exhaustively about what a large screen can offer and we needn’t mention more. The Infinix Hot 10 display is great when especially with its Infinity-O design. 

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Hardware

Power and performance are not let down with the new device. It is powered by the Helio G70 processor from MediaTek paired with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space.  It also features micro USB 2.0, USB On-The-Go. The Hot 10 is equipped with a massive 5200 mAh battery capacity to keep it running throughout the day and even more. Of course, being a mid-ranger, it does not support fast charging. But the long stay while awake is good enough to go with.

Infinix Hot 10 Camera

Photography is a masterclass of late and having the right tools is a must. The Hot 10 smartphone consists of a quad-camera on the rear side that features 16 MP (wide) + 2 MP (macro) + 2 MP (depth) + QVGA (Low light sensor) while on the front there is a single 8 MP (wide) camera. Decent out put is all you can ask for, and this you will get on the device.

Infinix Hot 10 Software

On the software front, the Hot 10 is running Android 10, with XOS 7.0 Dolphin on top. Dolphin brings a number of interesting features on the Infinix devices that are visible. It comes with a quick and intuitive AI that makes tasks easier to work out, and is designed to use RAM efficiently to give your device a faster performance. Did I mention that there are thousands of themes on it?

Other notable features include the dark mode, social turbo to assist with your WhatsApp, gestures, Wi-Fi sharing via QR code, Off-Screen Gaming that lets you minimize the brightness of the screen when busy, and floating message notifications.

Conclusion

So there you have it, a quick review of the Infinix Hot 10! Infinix has definitely made some big changes this time around, both aesthetically and internally. Whether you’re excited about the changes or not, it is obvious that the Hot 10 is a definite buy if you want a smartphone that gives you a whole package. 

infinix hot 10

Infinix Hot 10 Specifications

Display: 6.78-inch HD+ Infinity-O display
Front Camera: 8 MP FF with dual flash Light
Rear Camera: 16 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP + QVGA AI Lens quad camera with quad-flash light
OS: Android 10 with XOS 7.0 Dolphin
Network: 4G/3G/2G
Internal Storage: 64 GB
RAM: 3 GB
Processor: MediaTek Helio G70
Battery: 5200mAh

Infinix Hot 10 price and where to buy

You can get yourself the Infinix Hot 10 from branded Infinix Mobile outlets starting at a recommended retail price of UGX 557,000. The device will be available in Obsidian black, amber red, ocean wave, and moonlight jade.

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