Infinix HOT 10 Play, Best Recommended For Upgraders

Infinix HOT 10 Play is a decent and minimalist smartphone you can own.

Infinix Mobility is proving to be a smartphone manufacturer that people can opt for when matched with other smartphone brands. The company is developing a strong market in Africa managing to push itself in the top of smartphones brands in Africa, with the likes of TECNO topping the list. They rank among the top five Africa’s top smartphone brand —which for now does work for the company.

The company is notable for its smartphone series like the NOTE, HOT, ZERO, Smart —which come with an affordable price tag. Much like its sister-company, itel, price is one of the reasons why the company has managed to pick loyal customers across Africa. The phones don’t have much difference in design, but still manage to appear unique in one or the other.

Infinix smartphones are phones that we can highly recommend for first timers, budget handlers, and upgraders. One of the phones that falls in this, is the Infinix HOT 10 Play that was launched in Uganda early of March this year. It is the first handset the company has released this year, followed by the Infinix HOT 10S in the Hot 10 family which was released on April 21st, 2021.

If you are planning on upgrading your smartphone from an entry-level device to a mid-level device, the Infinix HOT 10 Play could be one of the phones to consider. It is budget friendly and have good phone specifications, from a long lasting battery, a huge screen, MediaTek Helio G25 that improves the phone’s performance, among other reasons.

The phone’s display produces accurate colors, fair contrast, dip blacks and whites. The colors are saturated and will give you a better viewing experience especially when it is entertainment and gaming. The phone can handle multitasking and heavy gaming averagely.

The phone is available in two storage variants, 32GB/2GB and 64GB/4GB, priced at UGX480,000 and UGX550,000 respectively and come in four colors options; Aegean Blue, Morandi Green, Obsidian Black, and Purple.

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