Infinix is gearing up to expand its popular Hot series with the introduction of the Hot 40 range, which includes the base Hot 40, the Hot 40i, and the Hot 40 Pro. Information about these eagerly awaited devices has started to surface, providing consumers with a sneak peek into the specifications of the upcoming lineup.
Recent sightings on the Google Play Console certification have disclosed the processors that each model in the Hot 40 series will be sporting. The base Hot 40 model is set to come with the MediaTek Helio G88 SoC, indicating that this particular device will not support 5G connectivity. However, it does not skimp on other features, as it will offer a Full HD+ resolution of 2460×1080, run on Android 13 right from the start, and is equipped with a robust 8GB of RAM.
The features of the cost-effective beasts are now clear
The Hot 40 Pro takes it a notch higher with the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, promising enhanced performance. Similar to the base model, the Pro version will also be restricted to 4G support and will match the RAM capacity of 8GB. The display maintains the crisp Full HD+ resolution that ensures a visually engaging experience.
On the more accessible end of the spectrum, the Hot 40i is being prepared with the UNISOC T606 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM. Targeting budget-conscious consumers, the Hot 40i will still offer the latest Android 13 OS but with an HD+ resolution of 1612×720.
The anticipation for the Infinix Hot 40 series is palpable as the official launch nears. With the promise of powerful chipsets, the latest operating system, and varied RAM and display options, Infinix seems poised to cater to a wide range of users, from those seeking affordability to those desiring more advanced features in their smartphones.