Infinix Hot 10 Lite Announced with a 5000 mAh Battery and an Aggressive Price Tag

Faisal Rasool

Infinix's budget-friendly Hot 10 recently made its debut in Pakistan, featuring an entry-level ‘gaming’ processor from MediaTek. The Infinix Hot 10 has now been rounded off by a Lite edition that launched with an even more competitive price tag yesterday in Kenya. Let’s take a look at this lite device.

We start with a generic design of the new Infinix Hot 10 Lite: an oversized camera bump, plasticky textured back with a glossy finish to it, and a notch out on the front — a typical entry-level build through and through.

The Hot 10 Lite has a 6.6” IPS LCD panel that delivers an HD+ resolution in a compact aspect ratio. Both the notch and the bezels surrounding the screen are minimal, following in usual Infinix fashion. 

The front camera inside the Infinix Hot 10 lite's notch is an 8MP sensor — flanked on either side by LED flash modules. Out of the three cameras on the back, two are essentially space filler VGA sensors, leaving only a 13MP main camera that supports AF. Next to the camera housing, a standard capacitive fingerprint scanner rests in the middle. The Hot 10 Lite comes in four different colors: cherry red, blue, cyan, and charcoal at an affordable Infinix mobile price

The 5000 mAh battery on Hot 10 lite is advertised to last four days of regular usage, and it charges over 10W. Infinix Hot 10 Lite uses the MediaTek Helio A25 processor from last year’s Hot 9.

Infinix Hot 10 lite is fitted with an underwhelming 2GB of memory and 32GB of user-expandable storage. Google’s Android Go edition (with Infinix’s XOS 7.0 on top) designed for low-end hardware powers the phone.

We also find a feature uncommon to entry-level smartphones — stereo speakers. The Hot 10 Lite is powered by DTS audio processing to create a stereo effect. WhatMobile expects it to start from Rs. 14,999 when it lands in Pakistan.


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