Infinix Hot 8 vs Tecno Camon 12: Specification Comparison

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Before now, it literally unfair to compare the Tecno Camon series with the Hot series from Infinix as both are targeted at different segments of the market. Although, while both series remains midrange devices, the Camon counterpart tends to pack more punch in it camera and CPU segment than the Hot series, but the reverse is starting to be the case.

It all began with the Hot 6 Pro, which boasted a Snapdragon CPU, then Hot 7 Pro, with a massive 10-core CPU, and now the just announced Infinix Hot 8, now running on same CPU as the latest Tecno Camon 12. Wait, you won’t understand what I’m talking about fully, until you go through the comparison table below.

Infinix Hot 8 vs Tecno Camon 12

Infinix Hot 8 vs Tecno Camon 12

 Infinix Hot 8Tecno Camon 12
Display6.52 inches IPS display U-shaped Notch6.52 inches IPS display U-shaped Notch
CPU2.0GHz Octa-core Mediatek Helio P22 2.0GHz Octa-core Mediatek Helio P22
GPUPowerVR GE8320 GPUPowerVR GE8320 GPU
Storage32/64 GB32/64 GB
RAM3/4 GB3/4 GB
Main
camera
16 + 2 + 0.3 MP (Quad-LED)13 + 8 + 2 MP (Quad-LED)
Selfie
camera
8 MP (Single-LED)16 MP (Dual-LED)
OS & UIAndroid 9.0 (Pie) (XOS 5.0)Android 9.0 (Pie) (HiOS v5.5)
Data2G/3G/4G LTE2G/3G/4G LTE
Battery5000 mAh Li-ion4000 mAh Li-ion
Additional
Features
Fingerprint Sensor (Rear)Fingerprint Sensor (Rear)
Dimension
(Weight)
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Price$99 (N37500)$129 (N47500)

Hot 8 vs Camon 12: Your help is needed please

Now, if asked, which is better between the Infinix Hot 8 and the Tecno Camon 12, what would once answer be? Some could say it definitely the Camon 12, and even mention better camera set up as their reason. Well, that’s good enough. But the Hot 8’s built-in 5000mah battery, well, some fans can give up any camera prowess just to get it. So you be the judge, from the table above, which of these two devices will you pick, and what would your reason be?

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