Infinix has really stepped up its smartphone game in the past couple of months. They have launched a wide variety of really great devices with modern features and upgraded specs to suit price-conscious consumers.
Infinix Hot 10i – Ksh 11,499
- 6.52″ display
- Android 11 Go and XOS 7.5
- 2GB of RAM and either 32GB or 64GB onboard storage – expandable to 128GB with external microSD
- Helio G25 processor and PowerVR GE8320 GPU
- 6000mAh battery
- 13MP dual cameras setup at the back with the additional QVGA camera
- 8MP selfie camera
Infinix Hot 10i starts selling from Ksh 11,499 for the 2GB RAM, 32GB storage version while the 64GB storage variant sells at Ksh 12,599 at official Infinix retail stores countrywide.
Infinix Note 10 Pro – Ksh 25,999
- 6.95″ Super Fluid Display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate and 1080p resolution
- 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage
- MediaTek G95 processor and Mali G76 MC4 GPU
- Android 11 and XOS 7.6
- 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging
- 64MP quad-camera with the additional 8MP ultrawide[120° field of view], 2MP depth and 2MP monochrome.
- 16MP selfie camera
- Portrait mode, Group Selfie, Panorama, HDR, Beauty, 64MP mode, Short Video, Video, Video Bokeh mode, Slowmotion, AR shot, Ultra-Steady Mode, Timelapse and Super Night Mode.
Infinix Note 10 Pro delivers superlative performance – the hardware and software synergy is commendable together with the dependable camera performance in most lighting conditions, added by the reliable battery life performance.
Infinix Hot 10T – Ksh 15,499
Infinix Hot 10T is the latest smartphone in the country from the tech company. Infinix Hot 10T is an incredible smartphone – well-rounded features including powerful performance, nicely designed, capable cameras, strong battery life, a decent screen with a high refresh rate and a dependable software experience.
Infinix Hot 10T brings value where it matters:
• 6.82″ display with 90Hz refresh rate
• Android 11 and XOS 7.6
• 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.
• Helio G70 chip and Mali G52 GPU.
• 5000mAh battery
• 48MP main camera, a 2MP depth camera and an AI lens.
• 8MP selfie camera
• Super Night Mode, Video Bokeh mode, Time Lapse and 2K video recording.
Infinix Hot 10T is being sold in two variants, the 4GB RAM and 128GB storage will retail for Ksh 17,499 while the 4GB RAM and 64GB version will go for Ksh 15,499.
You can purchase it online on XPARK and retail partner e-commerce sites like Jumia with free exclusive gifts[Direct Link] Infinix Hot 10T will be available in all authorized Infinix outlets countrywide listed below.
Infinix Hot 10 – Ksh 13,999
The Infinix Hot 10 blew my expectations and actually raised the bar for entry-level smartphones at least in the price category it sits on.
Definitely get this phone. It doesn’t get better than this as the Infinix Hot 10 is a value buy.
Impressive overall performance including the camera performance, excellent battery life and stunning design.
Infinix Hot 10 comes with 6.78″ Infinity-O display, 8MP selfie camera, 16MP triple camera setup at the back, Helio G70 processor, Android 10, 3GB RAM, 64GB storage and a beefy 5200mAh battery.
If you are in the market for a 14K smartphone, I highly recommend you to consider getting the Infinix Hot 10.
Infinix Hot 10 Play – Ksh 15,000
Infinix Hot 10 Play is the latest budget smartphone in the Hot 10 line and now joins the Infinix Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite that are currently available in the country.
Infinix Hot 10 Play ships with a 6.82″ Dot Drop display, Helio G35 processor together with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage, Android 10 and XOS Dolphin v7, 6000mAh battery, 8MP selfie camera and 13MP dual camera module and rear fingerprint sensor.
Infinix Hot 10 Play will be available at their official and partner retail stores countrywide[list above] and online too for Ksh 15,499 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
Infinix Note 8 – Ksh 21,800
Infinix Note 8 is the latest in the Note Line launched late last year.
As a successor to the incredible Infinix Note 7, the Infinix Note 8 brought its A-game and I had the pleasure to use it as my daily driver for a good amount of time last year.
I liked the direction in which the Infinix is going with its recently launched phones and now with the Note 8 that’s resetting expectations as it sits in a happy middle ground.
Infinix Note 8 stacks up surprisingly well against its competition and stands out way above what a 20K device would offer.
Infinix Zero 8 – Ksh 28,999
Infinix didn’t come to play with the Infinix Zero 8 – their latest smartphone in the Zero series which launched mid-last year.
The company had missed out with the Zero 7 and decided to go all in with the Zero 8 and it does pack the heat.
The Infinix Zero 8 brings a lot of value to the table as a midrange device.
Infinix Zero 8 comes with an elegant design, stutter-free performance, superb hardware, high refresh rate high-resolution display, excellent battery life, 33W fast USB-C charging and to top the crown – an unquestionable camera experience.
Infinix Zero 8 packs quite the heat:
• 6.85″ 1080p display with 90Hz refresh rate
• Visually appealing prism design
• USB-C charging port with support for 33W fast charging
• excellent battery life
• Unquestionable camera performance thanks to 48MP dual selfies cameras and 64MP AI-powered quad-camera setup at the back
• 8GB of RAM, 128GB of onboard storage coupled with Helio G90T processor with Mali G76GPU