Infinix Hot 10

Infinix Hot 10 Mobile Review and Price in Pakistan

Infinix Hot 10

Infinix Hot 10 Mobile Review And Price in Pakistan

The infinix hot 10 is back with a bang and gives you the best memories of the infinix series. This time, we bought it from Infinix which is one of the most renowned brands in Pakistan and other parts of Asia.

The company refreshed their already popular lineup with this amazing new smartphone. It’s priced very reasonably and it remains true to its core which is ‘affordable smartphones’.

The infinix hot 10 has an absolutely fabulous design as well as packs great hardware inside its sleek body.

The display quality looks remarkable as well as it gets updates from time to time just like every Android phone should be getting around now-a-days.

It also becomes more powerful than before because this phone comes with Android 10 OS by default which is not very common for this price range.

The rear camera quality of the phone is above average but let us tell you that there are phones with better cameras out there in the market.

However, if you are looking to buy a smartphone under Rs 25,000 then I think this should be your number 1 pick at the moment because it packs all the essentials along with some more features that other phones don’t have these days.

Specification wise, it does look good on paper but its hardware or performance related specifications could’ve been better or just average because many other devices come with Helio P22 processor(which by the way is also present inside this device). But still, everything seems like it is at par with its price tag.

If you are looking to buy a smartphone under 25,000 then this is the one for you without any doubt.

Infinix Hot 10  price in Pakistan


Infinix Hot 10 64GB Rs.19,599
Infinix Hot 10 128GB Rs.23,299

This smartphone comes with a 6.6 inches of display having 720 x 1640 pixels density and IPS LCD display technology.

It runs on Android 10 OS, XOS 6.0 which is very impressive because few other phones in its price range come with such a high version of Android OS.

It has 4GB RAM along with 64GB internal storage space and can also be expanded up to 512 GB by inserting an external memory card inside its dedicated slot.

The rear camera is of 16MP and it can capture 1080p videos as well as the front camera is of 8MP which captures good selfies under daylight.

The processor inside this phone is a powerful 2.0 GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio G720 (12 nm) chipset along with Mali-G52 2EEMC2 GPU for graphics processing which means that you will be getting a smooth experience while playing any game or using any app on your phone.

It has got 5,200mAh battery inside which comes with an overnight backup without charging even once. You can also play games or use apps for more than 4 to 5 hours straight before charging again because it supports fast charging technology too.

This smartphone comes in four colors: black, red, moonlight jade, ocean wave and every color looks amazing.

The dimensions are 171.1 x 77.6 x 8.9 mm (height x width x thickness) with weight of 195 grams. On the rear side of this phone there’s a camera lens with LED flash and other sensors.

Detailed specifications


The Infinix hot 10 comes with a metal back and rounded edges. It has a slight curve on all sides and feels nice to hold in the hand.

The phone is quite light, weighing only 195g, which is pretty good for a phone of its size. Though there’s no water resistance here, it does come with an oleo phobic coating like most flagships today do (that’ll keep away sweat and grime).

On the right side of the device lies your power button while up top you have your headphone jack, secondary microphone next to it on one side of the device.

Underneath you have your micro USB port along with the primary microphone slot thingies. At first glance, the power button and volume keys on the right side don’t feel solid and we would have liked them more if they were placed a little higher up.


The phone comes with a 6.8 inch 720 x 1640 Pixels display that’s pretty good for this price range. The display itself can get quite bright but at night, you might run into some problems with brightness really depending on your wallpaper (we advise using darker wallpapers than others).

It also doesn’t go too dim as well which isn’t great for battery life but it’s alright since it’s an IPS panel after all, won’t you with those specs again since it uses them too.

Touch is pretty good so far, no issues there with it either since it’s not glass but some kind of shiny plastic. Overall the build quality isn’t bad at all for this price range.


The infinix hot 10 comes with a new Mediatek Helio G70 (12 nm) that has octa-core processors clocked in at 2.0 GHz paired up with an Mali-G52 2EEMC2 GPU and 4gb of RAM to keep you multitasking away without any problems (so far).

There’s 64gb of storage here on the base variant while the other one goes up to 128 gb (we got the lesser version because why not).

We love how fast this phone boots up compared to even more expensive devices. Apps also load up pretty fast and its UI runs really smoothly on this phone for daily use, no issues there at all.


The infinix hot 10 comes with a 16 mp rear camera which has some really great shots during better lighting conditions.

With an aperture size of f/1.9, low light is also not so bad either here on this little guy. Video recording can be done in 1080p and 4k while 30 fps respectively which is pretty normal on most phones these days.

The front facing shooter can go up to 8mp resolution just like what you get with the rear one here. On paper, things look good for picture taking itself while using both cameras but that’s just not how it is in real life.

We’ve had some problems with the focus on this phone where it just isn’t as good as you think it would be in day to day use, focusing here is really slow at times although colors are accurate most of the time.


The infinix hot 10 comes with a standard load out of connectivity options for this price point which include 4g LTE compatibility with bands 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900), 38(2600), 40(2600), 40 (2300), 41 (2500).

There’s also dual-sim functionality included here that lets you use two sim cards at once if need be whether they’re from different networks, one is sufficient though I guess (no hybrid slot provided by infinix).

Bluetooth 5.0 works well enough over short range while NFC is not present on this variant. This phone also having 2G compatibility with bands GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 and 3G compatibility with HSDPA 850/ 900/ 1700(AWS)/ 1900/2100/.


The infinix hot 10 comes with a fingerprint scanner that’s super-fast and convenient for daily use, just remember to clean the scanner some times because it does get dirty quite easily (fingerprints).

There’s no face unlock feature here which seems like an odd choice by infinix seeing as some other devices in this price range do provide that option, oh well I guess they wanted to cut costs somewhere (if it isn’t broke don’t fix it).

Other sensors include the usual ambient light sensor, proximity sensor and gyroscope for motion sensing (which doesn’t work properly all the time but works most of the time).


The infinix hot 10 comes with a 5,200 mAH battery but that doesn’t mean much since there’s a lot of things you can do to drain your battery (especially since this is an android device and such).

That said though, on average, you’ll get around 8 hours of use from this phone which isn’t bad at all considering the price of it (and some other phones like it), we’ve had longer times than shorter ones here where we used it for streaming videos over YouTube and such without draining it too quickly (power saving mode works well on this phone) although we also had some problems where the phone would die in under 4 hours. It’s pretty unpredictable if I’m being honest although it’s not horrible.


The infinix hot 10 costs 20,999 Pakistani rupee to own which, for the price of it, isn’t too bad considering other options in this range (although it wouldn’t be the best choice).

I do find that there are better phones out there at this price point but if you can get your hands on one of these devices before even choosing another option then go right ahead, you’ll still have a great phone either way.

You can also wait to see what other companies bring forth in terms of alternatives as well but that’s just me thinking out loud about such matters since we all know that patience is a virtue.

What do you think?

Written by Sana Mobile

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