Infinix Rumored to launch it’s first 5000mAh big battery Smartphone

After a pile of years in the cold, a thrilling news compilation reaching our desk contains spoilers of Infinix ’s first-ever 5000mAh battery powered Smartphone. This is the biggest capacity the brand has ever crossed lines with, and it could be an amazing piece as per the rumor mill strides.

With a 6.6 Inches ultra-large screen perfecting the Smartphone, Infinix Mobility’s encroachment plans seem bright with its first battery-centric attempt ticked from its Hot-Series ramp.

We not only expect the new Infinix Hot 8 to be a major successor of the Hot 7, But instead, a roll-over from the previous trend craved by its Hot-Serie predecessor Smartphones.

Leading the rumor mill Impressions list, a Waterdrop notch is the Hot 8’s first mash-up powering up a 6.6” HD display perfectly curated for Big screen lovers like for gamers for a better visual experience.

With a triple rear camera setup comprising of a 13MP, 2MP, and QVGA sensors, the Infinix Hot 8 seems to have a blend from the brand’s S-Series with a lone 8MP finishing its front camera setup.

More so, the device’s rumored specifications bake the Smartphone as another mid-range beast with Big battery spikes. Nonetheless, here is a scent of the device’s rumored specifications sheet.

Infinix Hot 8 rumored Specs

  • Expected Launch date: Monday 7th October 2019
  • Operating System: Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Display: 6.6 Inch Screen with a Waterdrop notch
  • Battery: 5000mAh
  • Camera: Tripple Rear (13MP AF+2M+QVGA) Front: 8MP Selfie Camera
  • Sound: Dirac sound effect with party mode
  • Security: FingerPrint & FaceUnlock
  • Colors: Cyan, Midnight black, gradient purple

Though Monday 7th October 2019 is the rumored Official launch date of the Infinix Hot 8, We can’t wait to see what Infinix Mobility has instore for the Battery centric tier.

Luckily, the Smartphone is further rumored to launch with a Lite version (Hot 8 Lite) meaning this will be another budget-friendly release by the Transsion brand.

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