First Infinix Hot 10 banner reveals Helio G70 CPU

Hot 10 coming with Helio G70, what do you think, is Infinix mother company under new management?


It seems the successor to Hot 9, the Infinix Hot 10 is ready to step out of production factory anytime soon. This is confirmed by a promo banner of the device leaked via China top social platform, weibo. As per the banner, the upcoming Hot 10 will be powered by the Mediatek Helio G70 CPU, same processing currently running in the Note 7 from Infinix.

infinix Hot 10 promo banner

Aside the CPU, the banner also reveal both the front and rear design of the device. Overall, the design language seems consistent with current Hot 9, save for the rearranged rear camera modules. The device will still have a punch hole notch upfront, serving as the home for the selfie camera.

But at the back, the Infinix Hot 10 will have an inverted L-shape camera setup, having four lenses along a supposed 4-LED flashes. The specs of these lenses are yet to be known, but we could safely expect the main snapper to be a 48-megapixel, and most current interesting features of Hot 9 such as Android 10, up to 5000mAh battery, dual SIM etc, carried over to the 10.

First Infinix Hot 10 banner reveals Helio G70 CPU

Recall that the Hot 9 was first launched in Indonesia back in March with Mediatek Helio A25 CPU. Now, the question on our mind is what actually happened, is Transion Holdings, the company backing Tecno, iTel and Infinix under a new management?

Infinix Hot 9 Specs features and price
Infinix Hot 9

Well, this question should hit the mind of all those familiar with Tecno and Infinix phones as well, especially considering the overhauled specs in their recent phones. The choice of Mediatek Helio G90T CPU in the Camon 16 Premier and the Infinix Zero 8 is still a big surprise to folks who know the older 15 Premier and Zero 6. Well, the Hot 10 should go official anytime from now, and we await what else it has to offer aside the Helio G70 CPU.

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