Infinix GT 20 Pro Passes FCC Certification; Reveals Interesting Specs and Mecha Design

Usama Rasool

Infinix is looking to unveil the successor to its GT 10 Pro model, replacing the forerunner with the Infinix GT 20 Pro. While there are no official announcements, the device has appeared on an international certification platform, unhiding some of its key specifications and design elements.

The Infinix GT 20 Pro recently graced the FCC database in the US, following its earlier sighting on the BIS platform, hinting at an imminent launch in both regions. Identified by the model number X6871, the FCC listing unveiled several noteworthy features of the device.

One of the standout revelations is the support for 45W wired fast charging, as indicated by the accompanying charger with model number U450XSB. This charger boasts power output options of 15W (5V/3A) and 45W (11V/4.1A), ensuring swift energy gains.

Moreover, FCC’s certification confirmed that the Infinix GT 20 Pro will be available in a storage configuration offering 12GB of RAM paired with 256GB of internal memory, putting the Infinix GT new mobile in a premium league. In terms of design, schematics of the rear panel revealed a triple camera setup reminiscent of its predecessor, the Infinix GT 10 Pro. 

However, the most intriguing aspect of the document is the presence of a semi-circular strip, likely serving as cutouts for LED lighting, maintaining continuity with its predecessor's design aesthetic. While the official design is yet to unravel, Infinix will likely continue the cyber mecha design theme introduced with the GT 10 Pro. 

The FCC certification also disclosed the device's dimensions, measuring 164×74.5×7.6mm. Connectivity-wise, the Infinix GT 20 Pro will support 5G and Wi-Fi 6 802.11 a/n/ac/ax standards. Additionally, earlier certifications confirmed the presence of a 5,000mAh battery pack and MediaTek's Dimensity 8200 SoC.


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