The Infinix Hot 40 series which includes Hot 40, Hot 40 Pro, and Hot 40i, has been launched in global markets. The Infinix Hot 40 series smartphones come with an application known as the Xboost gaming engine to enhance hardware optimization when playing games.
Infinix launched Hot 40 series globally with details and specifications
Infinix Hot 40 Pro
Of the three, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro comes with a 6nm Helio G99 CPU processor. It has a 6.78″ Full HD+ resolution LCD with a 240 Hz touch sampling rate and 120 Hz refresh rate. The Hot 40 Pro has 128 GB or 256 GB of storage capacity, however, only 8 GB of RAM is offered.
The greatest is the Infinix Hot 40 Pro, thanks to its 108 MP main camera. Next to it on the back is what appears to be an “AI cam” and a 2 MP macro camera.
Infinix created a Magic Ring, a notification zone akin to a Dynamic Island, surrounding the 32 MP selfie shooter that is situated inside a punch hole. When the phone is charged, unlocked, or in use while on a call, it provides information.
Infinix Hot 40i
The Hot 40i is the most affordable phone in the series. Six Cortex-A55 units for efficiency at 1.6 GHz and two Cortex-A75 performance cores operating at 1.6 GHz make up the octa-core CPU of the Unisoc T606 chipset. The frequency at which the Mali-G57 MC1 GPU functions is 650 Hz.
Similarly degrading is a 6.56″ LCD with HD+ resolution, but at least Infinix kept the refresh rate at 90 Hz and added a 180 Hz touch sampling rate. There are two RAM options—4 or 8 GB—and two storage capacities: 128 GB or 256 GB.
Infinix Hot 40
The Infinix Hot 40 has a 6.78-inch IPS LTPS display with a refresh rate of 90Hz, full-HD+ (1,080×2,460 pixels). Up to 500 nits of peak brightness are claimed for the panel. Along with an Xboost gaming engine and 8GB of RAM, the new smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Helio G88.
A more subdued 12nm Helio G88 chipset with a 2.0 GHz CPU powers the Hot 40. Storage is either 128 GB or 256 GB, and RAM is 8 GB.