Translucent design is all the rage right now and Infinix is jumping on the trend with their new gaming smartphone.
The company is planning to launch its new gaming smartphone – the Infinix GT 10 series which will feature a semi-translucent back design.
The new design will be prominent on the Plus version of the new series.
The GT 10 series will have FullHD+ screens just like the recently launched Note 30 Pro and the Note 30 VIP. It’ll be a 10-bit 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate with 900 nits peak brightness and 100% DCI-P3 coverage.
They’ll have dual stereo speakers tuned by JBL – a bottom-facing one and a top-facing one.
MediaTek Dimensity processors power the phones in the series with the Dimensity 1300 on the non-plus version and Dimensity 8050 on the plus version.
Like the Note 30 Pro and Note 30 VIP, the GT 10 will have a 108MP main camera in its triple setup which means we’ll see a 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensor. The front camera could be a 32MP selfie snapper.
They’ll also have storage options starting from 128GB and 256GB paired with 8GB RAM and 8GB virtual RAM.
The gaming smartphones will come with Android 13 and XOS 13.1 upgradeable to one major Android version upgrade and two years of security updates. As a gaming smartphone, most of its games will be specially optimized for the phone including Free Fire, MLBB and PUGB Mobile.
They’ll ship with 5000mAh batteries. The new smartphone will likely have the company’s new All-Round FastCharge technology which supports PD 3.0. We get 68W fast wired charging and 50W wireless charging which means 30 minutes of charging via the cable gets you to 80% from empty and the wireless charger tops you up to 50%.
It is slated to launch next month.
The new design caught Carl Pei’s attention.
He is Nothing’s founder and the translucent design is one of the Nothing Phone(1)’s and Nothing Phone(2)’s selling features together with the Glyph interface which the company has patented.