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Hot 10T from Infinix with Helio G70 CPU coming to Africa soon


Infinix just released the Hot 10S in some regions of Asia countries few days ago. Up next is another Infinix smartphone dubbed Hot 10T, which from the physical look and design, might be a rebadged version of the 10S, except that the CPU will be Helio G70 Chipset, instead of the Helio G85 SoC used in the 10S-model. As per the info we received, Kenya and Nigeria might be first of the African countries to get this model.

Hot 10T features
Hot 10T features

It is worth mentioning that the Hot 10S has another model called Hot 10S NFC. Surprisingly, the difference between the two goes beyond the obvious; the standard 10S model offers larger 6000mAh battery with ample storage options, while the NFC model has 5000mAh juice in addition to Near Field Communication.

As for the 10T, well, don’t expect NFC, neither should you expect 6000mAh juice, instead Infinix believes a 5000mAh battery is much enough, and yes, it is, plus, there won’t be multiple storage options as well, only 4GB RAM with 128GB storage will be available.

Aside the above, the Hot 10S, 10S NFC and the upcoming Hot 10T model has similar specs. Design will be same, with a large 6.82-inches screen, a dewdrop notch and 90Hz refresh rate.

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There will be an 8-megapixel lens within the notch upfront, while an assembly of three sensors led by a 48-megapixel main snapper, two other auxiliary sensors and four LED flashes will be used on the rear. Thankfully, the specs also list Android 11 with new XOS 7.6 out of the box, and there will be a rear placed fingerprint scanner as well. Launch date is still missing, but considering the info on the table, this could happen before the end April or in early May, so stay tuned for more updates.

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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.


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