Hot 10T and Hot 10S: Infinix Mobile is releasing two new phones into the smartphone market. These phones will known as Infinix Hot 10T and Infinix Hot 10S. The Infinix Hot 10T will be launched in Africa countries while the Hot 10S will be available in parts of Europe and Asia countries.
We had previousy reported that this new Infinix Phone might be called Infinix Hot 11 or Hot 12. well, it seems we are wrong about the naming after all and the company had other plans. But, the specs of the phone still remain impressively same with our previous reports.
So, what are the differences and similarities between these two smartphones? let’s find out.
Infinix Hot 10T and Hot 10S Specifications
Both phones come with same display size, IPS LCD panel, and has same build materials. Also, the body build and design are also the same. In fact, it’s very difficult to tell the difference between these two smartphones from the way they look.
They both also make use of 48MP main camera and has 8MP selfie camera. You also get 4GM of RAM and up to 128GB of storage for both device.
The fingerprint sensor of both device is placed at the rear. And as far as software goes, they both will run Android 11 out of the box along with latest Infinix skin software.
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But there are some significant difference though. For example, the Infinix Hot 10S (the Europe and Asia Model) come with MediaTek Helio G85. Which is a better performing chipset that the MediaTek Helio G70 chip inside the Infinix Hot 10T (Africa model).
Another major difference is in the battery capacity. The Infinix Hot 10T come with 5,000mAh while the Hot 10S come with 6,000mAh. So, user experience might be same but the Infinix Hot 10T will have better performance and stay alive longer. This is because the Hot 10S has better chipset and bigger battery.
You can watch the full comparison video by @Maii_HD on our YouTube channel below.
What do you think about the Infinix Hot 10T and Hot 10S? Do you think they’ll make a good mid-range device? Please feel free to use the comment section below.