Infinix Mobility Launches HOT7 Successor in Uganda

Infinix Mobility on Monday formally launched the Infinix HOT8, the successor of the HOT7 in Uganda, comes with the rumored specs and features. The phablet was first officially launched in Nigeria before making it’s way to other African countries.

The HOT8 comes with a lot of improvements, new technologies compared to its predecessor to fit the new customer demands and needs in smartphones. It is with no doubt that smartphone maker is keeping up with the latest smartphone trends to satisfy its customers.

“We’ve made all these improvements to suit the needs of our customers from a phone and this is through the entire experience they will get from the HOT8,” said Ms. Gladys Liu; Marketing Manager at Infinix.

She emphasized that with the improvements on the HOT8, customers will definitely love it. The improvements range from the outlook (design) to the operation of the phone.

One of the highlights of the phone, it showcases a bigger battery of 5,000mAh coupled with 2A fast charging technology. In addition, has a power battery management system not only to take users for more hours, but also take a shorter time when charging.

Specifications and Features of the Infinix HOT8

The dual-SIM HOT8 comes with a 6.6-Inch IPS HD+ display with a water-drop notch that houses an 8MP front-facing camera. The runs on Android 9 Pie OS coupled with 2GB, 32GB internal storage expandable up-to 128GB with a microSD card.

The HOT8 comes with an upgraded AI triple camera setup of 13MP + 2MP + QVGA. Infinix claims the cameras have been improved to enhance the photography experience of users with AI technology.

In terms of connectivity; the phone supports 3.5mm earphone jack, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, OTG, USB 5PIN, among others.

Price and Availability of the Infinix HOT8

The phone is available in all Infinix shops starting at UGX450,000. Available in Midnight Black, Quetzal Cyan, Shark Grey and Cosmic purple color options.

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