Infinix Announces the HOT 8 With Triple Cameras and 5000 mAh Battery For Kenyan Market

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Infinix Mobile today has launched the HOT 8, their new smartphone which features triple rear cameras, huge display and an even bigger battery.

The HOT 8 features a 6.6 inch IPS HD+ waterdrop display with a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels. You get a choice of either the Mediatek MT6761 or the MT6580 processors to power your phone.

The HOT 8 comes with 32GB of internal storage as standard and you can choose whether you need 3GB or 2GB of RAM, with the 2GB RAM variant being the cheaper one.

Interesting enough, for the 2GB RAM versions, you can either get one with the Mediatek MT6580 processor or the MT6761 processor. This is not the case for the 3GB RAM variant which comes with the MT6761 processor as standard.

HOT 8 also comes with a massive 5000mAh battery as standard. We have been used to 4000mAh batteries in phones for a while now and now we are seeing this trend of smartphones showing up with even larger batteries, which is more than welcome. This means that this phone will be a battery champ.

There is a triple camera rig at the back which features a 13MP main camera with a f/1.8 lens, a 2MP depth sensor and what Infinx calls an “AI Lens”. The selfie camera is a regular 8MP unit with a f/2.0 lens.

Infinix also touts their Dirac Sound and Party Mode which will allow multiple devices to be synchronized together to play a single sound. This means you can use this feature to make your multiple HOT 8 phones to play music, which can be

The HOT 8 will ship in 4 colours: Midnight black, Champagne gold, Aqua blue and a new gradient colour one that they call “Cosmic purple”.

The HOT 8 is priced very competitively. The HOT 8 (2GB RAM version) will be sold in Infinix outlets and XPark (formerly infinixmall) for Kshs 10,999 and the HOT 8 lite will be Kshs 9,999.

 The 3GB RAM version of the HOT 8 will be sold exclusively on Jumia from the 6th of November for Kshs 11,899


  1. Infinix phones are plastic body ,small ram , storage and battery capacity small for Ugandans to buy them until they modernise the following listed above.

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