The Infinix Hot 20 5G series has been hyped by Infinix for the past few days, and it will soon be available in India. The brand has officially confirmed that the Infinix Hot 20 5G series will debut on December 1 this year in the Indian market. The first 5G device in the Hot line from Infinix will be the Hot 20 5G. Infinix is also expected to launch the Infinix Hot 20 Play alongside the Hot 20 5G in the country.
The launch date for the Infinix Hot 20 5G series was announced on Infinix’s social media. The company has also declared that Flipkart will be the only retailer in the nation where the next Hot 20 5G series smartphones will be offered. For those who are unaware, Flipkart is the only retailer that sells Infinix smartphones in India, and the next device won’t be an exception.
The Infinix Hot 20 5G debuted internationally in October and is currently offered in a few markets. The company’s first Hot series device to support 5G is the Hot 20 5G. According to Infinix, the Hot 20 5G will support 12 5G bands making it one of the most affordable 5G-capable smartphones in India.
Let’s look at the specifications of Infinix Hot 20 5G
The Hot 20 5G features a 6.6-inch diagonal, 120Hz refresh rate IPS LCD display panel with Full HD+ quality and a 240Hz touch sampling rate. It boasts a 1900:1 contrast ratio and includes a waterdrop notch to accommodate the selfie camera.
The Hot 20 5G’s internal hardware includes an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 810 CPU. An integrated Mali G57 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of onboard storage are all included with the Dimensity 810. The smartphone includes a microSD card slot and is 3 GB virtual RAM compatible. It has XOS 10.6, which is based on Android 12, pre-installed.
A 5000mAh battery and 18 W (7.5 V/2.4 A) quick charging capability are included with the Hot 20 5G. A 50MP Samsung JN1 sensor and a 2MP secondary sensor are used in the smartphone’s dual-rear camera arrangement. Camera capabilities such as Super Night Mode, Portrait Mode, and Eye Tracking Mode are supported. It has an 8-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.
Three colour options are available for the Infinix Hot 20 5G: Space Blue, Blaster Green, and Racing Black. Its dimensions are 166.25 x 76.45 x 8.93 mm, and its weight is 204 g. It provides a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for security that is built into the power button. The 4GB + 128GB option of the smartphone costs €179, or roughly Rs 14,000, thus it might cost that much in India.
Another phone that is making waves in the smartphone market is the Hot 20 Play, which is expected to be released a week after the HOT 20 5G. The specifications of the phone are already displayed on Infinix’s official website. The HOT 20 Play is speculated to be priced around Rs. 11,000 for the Indian markets and will be available at Flipkart.
The LCD on the Infinix Hot 20 Play has a height of 6.82 inches. Additionally, a punch-hole, 720 x 1640 pixels of resolution, an 82.94% screen-to-body ratio, and a 263 ppi pixel density support the bezel-less front screen. On the back of the Infinix Hot 20 Play, the company Infinix sports a 13-megapixel wide-angle main lens. This single-camera configuration has various features, including Touch to Focus, Face Detection, Exposure Compensation, and ISO Control. On the front, users may also access an 8MP camera.
The LPDDR4X type of 4 GB of RAM is offered by the Infinix Hot 20 Play. A MediaTek Helio G37 CPU and a PowerVR GE8320 GPU for graphics and games are also included. The smartphone also has an Octa-core CPU put within it to boost performance. The Infinix Hot 20 Play’s Li-Polymer cell is supported by an 18-watt charging system. The 6000 mAh battery is also non-removable.
The Infinix Hot 20 Play has 64 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 256 GB via an SD card. Numerous features exist in terms of connectivity, including A-GPS, 4G VolTE, 5G network, mobile hotspot, and Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n.
With the new Hot smartphone series, the brand promises a Shudh 5G experience, and with such impressive specs, the HOT phones can genuinely compete with their modern counterparts.