Featuring the new Helio G88 SoC!
Ever since the Helio G88 got announced, manufacturers were racing to get that chipset first. It’s technically an upgraded version of the Helio G85. We just hope it is as stable as the latter chipset. One of the first phones to use the Helio G88 is the Redmi 10 which was launched in the Philippines. Infinix is also apparently interested in this new chipset.
The successor to the Hot 10s has been announced, and is ready for launch tomorrow featuring this exact chipset. Other specs include a 50mp primary triple camera. We can expect a macro or a depth sensor in this one and possibly even an ultrawide camera considering its competitor, the Redmi 10, has it as well.
The design of the Hot 11s has some resemblance to many Huawei phones, particularly due to the large main camera ring in a circular array. The phone also has a rear fingerprint sensor instead of a side-mounted one seen on the Hot 10s.
If ever this launches, in the Philippines, this should cost about Php7.5-8K. We’ll be waiting for when Infinix launches this phone as there is no new information yet regarding the battery and charging rate. We don’t even know if it’ll use USB-C, but it more likely should. For reference, the Hot 10s has a 6000mAh battery so a similar battery pack should be seen here on the Hot 11s.
Source: My Smart Price