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Infinix Hot 11 2022 to debut in India on April 15th; early renders shows premium design

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Infinix has official confirmed the arrival date for her next Hot device in India. According to the company’s twitter page, and a recently listed Flipkart launch page, the Hot 11 2022 is slated for announcement on the 15th of April, which is barely four days from today.

A lot has been rumored about this upcoming Infinix device, and while we are yet to lay our hands on the final specs sheet of the phone, we now have some confirmed few, thanks to Flipkart,s listing. As per the listing, the Hot 11 2022 will come in a 6.7-inches Full-HD+ screen, and will have a dot-notch on the head, some thing similar to the Hot 11s of last year.

The listing went on the share few more details about the phones’ screen specs. These includes a 550 nits of brightness, 114 percent sRGB color gamut, and an impressive 89.5% screen-to-body ratio. There was no mention of phone’s screen refreshing rate, but we are positive on either 120Hz, or at least 90Hz, owning to the “Freaking Hot Display” part of the image above.

Down on the innards, the Hot 11 2022 will get it power from a 5000mAh battery, and when you are out of juice, refueling will be done via a USB Type-C interface. Also, the device will have two camera lenses on the rear, but the actual megapixel count are yet to be known.

Infinix Hot 11 2022 battery capacity

As per previous rumors, the Hot 11 2022 may take it brain power from UNISOC Tiger T700 SoC, and may be painted in Polar Black, Aurora Green and Sunset Gold color. It will have a side mounted fingerprint scanner, and should boot Google Android 11 with XOS UI out of the box. More confirmations to come on April 15th.

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