Infinix Hot 10T launched with a 48 MP camera, and 5,000 mAh battery

by Johnson Daniel

Barely weeks after launching the Hot 10s and 10s NFC, Infinix mobility has added yet another device to this series – Hot 10T. Like its predecessors, the Hot 10T comes equipped with a 6.82″ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling.

Of course, the Infinix Hot 10T features an AI portrait enhancing 8MP front camera to capture sharp images that reflect the results of a professional camera. This camera is the first-ever in the HOT series to offer eye-tracking autofocus, auto-blur videos and face beautification, empowering users to capture the perfect shot.infinix hot 10t

As for the cameras at the rear end of the smartphone, there is a nightscape 48MP rear HD camera that allows users to take impressive images and videos both day and night.

The performance is overseen by the MediaTek Helio G70 chipset. The octa-core CPU features two powerful Arm Cortex-A75 CPUs operating up to 2GHz and six Cortex-A55 processors operating up to 1.8GHz, interlinked by a large L3 cache for improved performance. It is literally a device made to provide outstanding performance for avid mobile gamers.

Speaking of gaming, the Hot 10T comes equipped with a battery capacity of 5000mAh to provide users with a non-stop gaming experience. Based on testing from the Infinix data lab, the Hot 10T supports 55 days on standby, 170 hours of music playback, 15.0 hours of continuous gaming or 76 hours of calls on a full charge.

The built-in Safe-Charge technology ensures that the power is automatically turned off once the device is fully charged to avoid overheating and wasting energy, while the Power Marathon technology contributes an extra 25% power when the battery runs low – that’s 3.5 hours of additional call time for users.

The Infinix HOT 10 will be available on May 5th across all authorized retail stores in Nigeria after the local launch. The 128 GB + 8 GB version retails for ₦72,000.00 and the 64 GB + 4 GB version retails for ₦65,400.00.

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