The Infinix Hot 30i smartphone recently released in Nigeria has now journeyed to the Russian smartphone market. It is the Infinix Hot 30i X669D, which boasts some notable differences from the Hot 30i X669C that is sold in India..
So while the Indian version uses a MediaTek Helio G37 chipset, this African / Russian version comes with the Unisoc T606 chipset. Additionally, the version supports faster charging, and has an NFC module, but features a worse camera setup compared to the Indian version.
The Infinix Hot 30i X669D has a 6.56-inch S-IPS screen with a resolution of 720×1612 and a 90Hz refresh rate. It comes in two storage options, 4+64GB and 8+128GB, with the ability to support memory cards up to 1TB. The device has a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging, and the fingerprint scanner is located on the side.
The phone has a dual-camera setup which includes a 13MP primary lens and a 0.08MP AI lens, with an 8MP front camera. The phone runs on Android 12 with XOS 10.6 and features GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo for navigation. Other sensors on the device include an accelerometer, compass, light, and NFC.
The Infinix Hot 30i X669D has been in sales in Nigeria and other African countries since early April. Moving over to the Russian market, the Hot 30i X669D is selling for ₽9999 ($122) and ₽11799 ($144) for the 4+64GB and 8+128GB versions, respectively.
While the screen resolution and camera setup may not be the most impressive, the device’s affordable price tag and NFC capabilities could make it a good option for those on a budget. The phone looks like a rebadged Tecno Spark 10C.
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