Infinix HOT 40 | HOT 40i Awaiting Release; FCC Certified with Charging Stats & Design

Sohail Akhtar

Infinix is gearing up for yet another launch in quick succession. Following the successful debut of the Infinix Hot 30 5G earlier this summer, the company appears to be working on the Infinix Hot 40 Series. While details about these devices have been gradually piling up, recent developments shed more light on what we can expect.

The standard variant of the Infinix Hot 40, with the model code X6836, recently surfaced on the Bluetooth SIG database, and now it has made its way to the FCC certification along with the Infinix Hot 40i.

The FCC listing provides valuable insights into the Infinix Hot 40 and Hot 40i. The standard variant offers 4G LTE support alongside a speedy 33W fast-charging capability. It also boasts a triple-camera module and an LED flash, all encased in an elegant Starlight Black color option. 

On the other hand, the Infinix Hot 40i, designated with model number X6528, is equipped with 18W fast charging and features a dual-rear camera setup. Both the latest Infinix Hot mobiles bear 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, hinting at one of the available configurations. However, additional storage options may exist as well.

While the FCC listing doesn't delve into specifics like camera configuration, battery capacity, display size, or chipset information, tech enthusiasts can anticipate more details through leaks and further public certifications in the days to come.

The predecessors, Infinix Hot 30 and Hot 30i represent the brand's commitment to affordable handsets. The standard edition boasts a 6.78-inch Full HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a 50MP primary camera, and an 8MP selfie shooter. Meanwhile, the Infinix Hot 30i features a 6.6-inch IPS LCD and a 5000mAh battery with 10W charging capabilities. Expect slight upgrades bundled into Hot 40 and Hot 40i. 


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