The sleek Infinix HOT 40 Pro takes center stage with an unmistakable mid-range resume and we are hopeful that the current trend of delivering good phones for less should continue.
But for now, we won’t talk about its performance or what makes the Infinix HOT 40 Pro, as this is only an unboxing/first impression article, so you’ll have to wait quite a bit for that.
With those out of the question, let’s take an exclusive peek at one of the most anticipated phone this year.
The box art features two characters from Free Fire. Free Fire is a battle royale game developed by Garena and It is one of the most popular mobile games in the world, with over 1 billion downloads! The game is free to play and can be currently downloaded on Android and iOS devices.
It is basically your standard Infinix box design, with a bright neon green hue for the most part with numerous information and specifications about the phone shown on it.
The model designation HOT 40 Pro is printed on the side of the box with a blue accent. Pretty simple, but it shows enough that the HOT series is an established series of phones.
Below the box’s front image, one of the phone’s specifications could be seen in more detail. It has a striking neon green accent design to draw people in – mentioning the processor name, G99, to ensure customers that the phone will have a respectable performance.
Additional details about the phone and business information are located behind the box. It also includes the phone’s specifications.
The HOT 40 Pro features the same glossy plastic back as its brothers and predecessors, but Infinix added some flair by giving it a metallic-like appereance. Because of how easily they smudge, glossy finishes are often not our favorite, but the HOT 40 Pro is less of a smudge magnet.
A closer look at the phone’s camera setup. It is a dual camera setup: 108 + 2MP with an added depth sensor. It is pretty capable, with Quad-LED flash, HDR, panorama and can record 1440p videos at 30fps.
The Dual SIM and SD Card slots are on the phone’s left side. The network band on the phone only extends to LTE, which is sufficient.
On the phone’s right side is the volume rocker and the power button with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Located below the phone is the USB Type C 2.0 port, alongside the stereo speaker and a 3.5mm jack.
It can be seen from this angle that there is a noticeable camera bump, but not huge enough to warrant uncomfortability.
The Infinix HOT 40 Pro has a 6.78-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2460 pixels and on its front is a 32MP selfie camera. It has Dual-LED flash and capable of 1080p@30fps video recording. The display has a 120Hz refresh rate, resulting in a smoother and more fluid user experience when scrolling, gaming, or watching videos.
The Infinix HOT 40 Pro definitely looks promising; the design is simple but it has more than enough personality to show that it clamors for gamers and people who loves a phone that is very capable for daily usage. It doesn’t feel cheap at all and it is one of the best deals in its price range.
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