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Indian variant of Infinix Smart 7 now official; given UNISOC SC9863A1 instead

The Indian model of Infinix Smart 7, which is already on sales in Nigeria and few other African countries has just been announced in India. The phone comes with a 6.6-inch HD+ display that has a brightness of 500 nits, and it is powered by the UNISOC SC9863A SoC.


The African model came with Helio A22 CPU, but both models have 4-Gigs of RAM and an additional 3GB of RAM expansion, along with 64-Gigs of internal storage.

In terms of the camera, the phone has a 13MP rear camera, featuring an AI lens, and a 5MP front camera. The fingerprint sensor is located on the back, near the camera.

Infinix has added a wave pattern design to the Smart 7, which has a premium feel and is coated with Silver-ion spray. The coating has an antibacterial rate of 99%, as claimed by the company.


Another notable difference between the Indian and African model of the Smart 7 is in their battery segment. The Smart 7 Indian model is equipped with a 6000mAh battery, while it African model is got just 5000mAh. Also, the Indian model charges via USB Type-C, while the African unit is got micro USB 2.0.

The phone runs on Android 12 with XOS 12 and comes with dual SIM slots (nano + nano + microSD). It measures around 164.2 x 75.63 x 9.37 mm, and weighs about 207 grams.


Specifications of Infinix Smart 7 smartphone in India

BasisNokia C02
Display5.45-inches FullView
Storage / RAM2GB + 32GB
CamerasRear: 5-megapixel + LED flash
Front: 2MP
OS (UI)Android 12 (Go Edition)
Data2G/3G/4G LTE, BT/WiFi
Battery3000mAh battery (5W charger)
Single / Dual SIM, FaceID
148.7 x 71.2 x 10 mm (191 grams)

Pricing and availability

The Smart 7 (Indian) model comes in Azure Blue, Emerald Green, and Night Black colors. It will start selling in India on February 27th via Flipkart, and the recommended retail price is tagged at Rs. 7,299, an equivalent of 88 USD. Recall that the African model is priced at N73,700 in Nigeria.


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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