Infinix announced last Monday (26) Launch of the HOT 30i in Brazil, intermediate cell comes with the offer to have the “best RAM memory in its category”. The model, which was introduced around the world a few weeks ago, also draws attention with its good storage capacity.
It has a 6.6 inch IPS LCD screen, HD+ resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. the smartphone offers good graphics performance in games and videos, according to the manufacturer, represented in Brazil by Positivo Tecnologia. The process is responsible for the MediaTek Helio G37 chip.
The processor is accompanied by 8 GB of original RAM, but Memory Fusion technology allows you to increase the capacity to almost 16GB of RAMoffers extra memory for heavier activities. As for storage, 128GB can be used to install apps, save photos, videos and other files.
As for the design, the Infinix Hot 30i has a flat and thin-edged appearance, as the brand indicates, a sophisticated look that refers to premium devices. It comes with the factory-installed Android 12 operating system.
cameras and battery
In terms of cameras, the new Infinix mobile comes with two lenses on the back, the main 50 MP resolution and the secondary QVGA sensor. The camera, reserved for selfies and video calls, placed in a notch on the screen has 5 MP.
Another outstanding feature of the model is that its battery is 5,000 mAh and it allows you to make calls for two hours even if you have a 5% charge. Alongside the smartphone are also a digital reader, USB-C port, P2 headphone jack, dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0.
Already on sale on the brand’s website, Infinix HOT 30i costs BRL 1,399 in 8GB+128GB configuration, with blue and black color options. A variant with 4GB of RAM in white and black is expected to launch in July, but the price has not been disclosed.
Source: Tec Mundo
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