Infinix Mobility after unveiling the Hot 10T in Nigeria, they have now taken the device to Kenya. The Infinix Hot 10T has been unveiled in Kenya. The specifications of the device have already been made through its Nigeria debut. It comes in two storage configurations.
There is 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM version and 4GB RAM + 128GB ROM version. The 64GB variant is priced at KSH 15,499 in Kenya. The 128GB variant is priced at KSH 17,499. It is now available in Kenya for purchase.
Infinix Hot 10T specifications and features
The Infinix Hot 10T comes with a rectangular camera module at the rear which houses two camera sensors. On the front, it has a v-notch cut-out housing the selfie camera. The display of the smartphone is a 6.82inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels.
Under the hood, it is fuelled by the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC. The chipset uses an Octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz and it is a 12nm chipset. Graphics or gaming is handled by the capable Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.
The phone is running on the Android 11 operating system. It comes in two storage options which are 4GB RAM and 64/128GB ROM. There is a micro SD card slot for storage expansion. Going to the rear, the smartphone is boasting of a dual camera. The main sensor is 48MP, there is a 2MP depth sensor, and an AI lens.
Hot 10T also has a quad led flash at the rear and it can record in 2k@30fps maximum. Upfront, the device has a single camera. The sensor is 8MP which has an f/2.0 aperture. The front camera makes use of the dual led flash in low light.
What is keeping the light on is a 5,000mAh battery that supports 10W slow charging. There is a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner for security. Other features of the device include a 4G network, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, and USB on the go. Sensors include accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and light. Finally, it measures 171.5 x 77.5 x 9.2 mm and weighs 190 grams.
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