Infinix Mobile is teasing the HOT 6 Pro, Might feature full view display and Dual-Cameras.

If you follow Infinix Mobile on social media you might have seen them teasing their next device, the Infinix HOT 6 Pro.

The Infinix HOT 6 Pro will be the first device from Infinix Mobile to be launched in 2018 and will also be the first to feature the FullView display with 18:9 aspect ratio according to the teasers the company is sending out.

FullView is something we have seen in most recent smartphones. In fact, last year was the year of the new full screen with flagship phones like the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus. We even saw it on the OPPO A83 launched in the country in February this year. Most people seem to love display evolution and it will therefore interesting to see what Infinix has in store for us with the Infinix HOT 6 Pro.

Another teaser image sent out by the company also suggests the Infinix HOT 6 Pro will feature a dual camera setup. Surprised? Not really. Infinix joined the dual camera trend a while back. We saw this set up on the Infinix ZERO 5 and ZERO 5 Pro flagship devices last year.

Dual cameras is the future of smartphone photography. 2017 was the year of dual camera smartphones and we should probably expect more smartphones with this kind of camera setup to be launched in 2018. Right now it’s really hard to find a 2017  or even 2018 flagship phones already launched without an extra lens. Why? Because an extra camera is an easy thing to sell to people.

The Infinix HOT 6 Pro might also come with Android Oreo out of the box, a MediaTek Helio P23 Processor, 3GB RAM and will also support 4G LTE.

We’re not sure about the launch date but hopefully, the device will be hitting retail stores by Mid-May.

We will be sharing more teasers and specifications as soon as we get them.

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Nixon Kanali

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