It is currently one of the most affordable dot-notch phones in the country.
While the Hot 12 series has been released for quite some time, Infinix has decided to refresh the Hot 11 by introducing a new design and an alternative chipset with similar performance to the G88, the UNISOC Tiger T610. It also features a dot notch versus a waterdrop notch on the Hot 11.
The phone was launched first in India, the company’s newest market. Infinix and the rest of Transsion primarily focus on developing countries, most notably, in Africa. To reiterate, the Hot 11 (2022) features a 6.7in. FullHD+ (2400x1080px) IPS LCD screen with 550nits of peak brightness. It also features a dual camera system comprising of a 13MP primary and a 2MP depth assist. Might as well be just one camera. The front camera sits in the middle of the screen. It has a resolution of 8MP.
The main feature is the 12nm UNISOC Tiger T610 chipset inside along with DTS Audio. The former is an octa-core chipset with 1.8GHz clock speeds. It is paired with a Mali-G52 MP2 GPU, 4GB RAM, and 64GB ROM. Unfortunately, it runs on a now-dated Android 11 with xOS 7.6 on top. Not much of an update really versus the previous Hot 11.
It has a side-mounted fingerprint reader, 3.5mm jack, 5000mAh battery with 10W charging, and USB-C port. It also lacks 5G and dual-band Wi-Fi support. It does have 4G LTE and Bluetooth 5.1 however.
- 6.7in. FHD+ (2400x1080px) IPS LCD, 550 nits peak brightness
- UNISOC Tiger T610 (12nm)
- 13mp (main)
- 2mp (depth)
- FRONT: 8mp (main)
- 5000mAh, 10W charging
- DTS Audio, 3.5mm jack, USB-C, Side-mounted Fingerprint Sensor
- 4G LTE, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1
- Aurora Green, Polar Black, Sunset Gold
- 4/64: Php 5,799