This is the Infinix HOT 10S and again, it is the newest member of the HOT 10 series lineup. The HOT 10S is an efficient mid-range gaming Smartphone with a MediaTek Helio G35 chipset running through its veins.
Before the HOT 10S, the company had already introduced the HOT 10T, HOT 10, HOT 10 Lite, and the HOT 10 Play was announced in the Philippines, Pakistan, and then in India. Well, this will be more of a comparison.
The Infinix HOT 10S are totally similar to each other, the only difference is the processor. The HOT 10T is powered by a MediaTek Helio G70 while the HOT 10S is driven by Helio G85 chips.
Both enhance gaming performance, but the Helio G85 will do a better job. Both use the same CPUs, Arm Cortex-A75 CPUs at 2GHz and six Cortex-A55 at 1.8GHz, with ARM Mali-G52 GPU up to a 1GHz peak, which blast performance for avid mobile gamers.
There is support for MediaTek HyperEngine that provides intelligent resource management that ensures sustained performance and longer gameplay and also enhanced power efficiency for even longer gameplay.
For a better gaming round session, intriguing gaming experience, the HOT 10S still arrives with the Dar-Link tech, a game booster that improves the user’s gaming experience, it was also available in the 10T.
Both come with Facial and Fingerprint Unlock, 3.5 headphone jack, and features DTS Audio Processing. Unlike the HOT 10T, the HOT 10S comes in 6GB RAM, 128GB storage, and expandable up to 512GB through a MicroSD card slot.
The HOT 10T comes in 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, and expandable up to 512GB via MicroSD card support. In availability, the HOT 10S is coming to some part of Europe, Asia while the souped-down variant, HOT 10T in some parts of Africa.
Another difference finds its way to the battery, the HOT 10S comes with a powerful 6000mAh battery and 5000mAh battery capacity on the HOT 10T. Both still arrive with the Real Marathon feature that provides extra battery life.
Other features are identical, featuring a 6.82” IPS TFT HD+ Ultra Smooth Display with a 90Hz refresh rate, both are the first Smartphones in the HOT series to feature this standard refresh rate that enables smooth scrolling.
The cameras are also similar, 8-megapixels front-facing camera with dual front flash, AI Portrait for taking cool selfies. A triple rear camera, 48-megapixels main with Quad Flashlight, 2-megapixels bokeh sensor, and an AI lens.
These cameras can take 2K resolution videos, featuring Fun Short Videos, Face Beautification Videos, Auto Blur Videos, and comes with support for 240FPS slow-motion video shooting. Even the designs are the same.
It also runs Infinix XOS 7.6 is based on Android 11 OS, charges through the traditional MicroUSB port, and comes in four color options too. The Infinix HOT 10S is priced at $120 USD, which is around NGN 46,000.