Infinix Hot 10S Goes Official with 90Hz Screen and a 6,000mAh Battery; Coming to Pakistan Next Week

Faisal Rasool

The Infinix Hot 10S is the third and latest entry in the brand’s current Hot 10 lineup. This budget phone just went official in India and, as WhatMobile’s sources report, it’s coming to Pakistan next week, shortly after the Infinix Note 10 Pro debut. The Hot 10S is the only entry-level phone in its price range to combine a high refresh rate screen with a massive battery. 

Like a typical Infinix phone, the Hot 10S is generous in its dimensions — its screen is an oversized 6.82” panel, and its frame is 9.2mm deep. A notch bleeds into the IPS display that delivers a 720P resolution while refreshing at a smooth 90Hz. Infinix has also cranked up the touch sampling rate to make the screen more responsive.

The MediaTek Helio G85 is at the heart of the Infinix Hot 10S, powered by a 6000 mAh battery. The G85 beats competing entry-level chips in graphics performance; the battery can last you 62 days of standby and 18 hours of uninterrupted gaming on a single charge. 

The handset is expected to arrive with an affordable Infinix mobile price tag. The software optimizations can stretch the battery life by 25%. But the charging power is capped at 10W, so the Hot 10S lacks any quick-charging support. Furthermore, it’s delivered over an old-gen micro-USB standard.

The build features a clean, balanced design. Three cameras (encased in a boxy plate) and a fingerprint scanner are mounted on the phone’s shell. Infinix Hot 10S has a subtle geometric finish on the back, available in mint, blue, black, and purple. You also get a 3.5mm audio jack and a slot for storage expansion.

For its optics, Infinix Hot 10S uses a generic array of cameras — a 48MP wide lens, a 2MP depth sensor, one unspecified sensor to pad the count, and an 8MP selfie camera. The memory comes in 4GB and 6GB alternatives. While the international version of the Hot 10S goes up to 128GB in storage, it’s limited to 64GB in this local edition. We expect it to cost anywhere around Rs. 20,000 to 25,000 PKR, depending upon the memory variants introduced.


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