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Infinix HOT 10T Launched in Kenya With 6.82-inch 720p 90Hz Display, 5000mAh Battery from KES 15,499

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Infinix has just launched its new HOT series phone in Kenya – Infinix HOT 10T. It’s yet another device under its HOT 10 series of smartphones after launching the HOT 10 Play(review).

Infinix HOT 10T is more powerful than the Play variant and offers a 90Hz display refresh rate. It’s the first Infinix phone to include a 90Hz refresh rate in the HOT series. Despite that, it’s still a budget phone and definitely one of the cheapest 90Hz refresh rate phones you can buy in Kenya.

On the front, Infinix HOT 10T has a 6.82-inch IPS LCD panel, with a 720p resolution and a waterdrop notch that houses the 8MP selfie camera.

A MediaTek Helio G70 processor powers the phone alongside 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. There’s room for storage expansion via a microSD card.

Infinix HOT 10T has a generous 5000mAh capacity battery for maximum screen time, but there’s no fast charging support here. That means there’s no USB Type C port here as well.

On the back of the phone is a fingerprint sensor. The rear camera setup includes three lenses. It’s headlined by a 48MP camera, another first for the HOT series. There’s also a 2MP depth sensor and an AI lens.

Infinix HOT 10T Price and Availability

The 128GB + 4GB version retails for Ksh.17,499 and the 64GB + 4GB version retails for Ksh 15,499. The device will be available in all authorized Infinix outlets countrywide. 

The phone is available in two colorways, Heart Of Ocean and black.

Infinix HOT 10T will be contesting against other budget phones in Kenya in the 15-20K range, including Samsung’s Galaxy A12. We have a review unit with us so expect a full review of the device in the coming days.

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