The Infinix GT 10 Pro is looking to be an Indian only launch of a device that many people are comparing to the Nothing Phone series. The new smartphone showcases a partially transparent design, reminiscent of the Nothing’s design. However, it doesn’t have built-in LED lights on its back like the Nothing Phones do. Instead, there are small light strips located near the rear camera module. These strips don’t serve any functional purpose; they’re purely decorative and aimed at enhancing the phone’s gaming appearance. Infinix claims that this new smartphone is primarily targeted towards gamers.
As it seems, Infinix will now have a new series that will be known as the GT series. The Infinix GT series will be targeted as a gaming series. From the looks, the GT 10 Pro is a redesigned/retouched Infinix NOTE 30.
In India, it is the only smartphone designed for gaming that costs less than Rs 20,000 (Approx $245). People have been able to order the phone through Flipkart since August 3rd.
Infinix GT 10 Pro Specifications
|Infinix GT 10 Pro Specifications|
|NETWORK||GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G|
|LAUNCH||Announced 2023, August 03|
|BODY||Dimensions: 162.7 x 75.9 x 8.1 mm; Weight: 187 g; SIM: Dual SIM|
|DISPLAY||AMOLED, 6.67 inches, 1080 x 2400 pixels|
|PLATFORM||Android 13, XOS 13; Mediatek Dimensity 8050|
|MEMORY||256GB 8GB RAM, UFS 3.1|
|MAIN CAMERA||Triple: 108 MP, 2 MP (macro), 2 MP (depth)|
|SELFIE CAMERA||Single: 32 MP|
|SOUND||Stereo speakers, 3.5mm jack|
|COMMS||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB Type-C 2.0|
|BATTERY||Li-Po 5000 mAh, 45W charging|
The Infinix GT 10 Pro boasts an impressive, large 6.67-inch screen that renders images with clarity and vibrancy. The front-facing camera offers a high-resolution 32-megapixel for crisp selfies, and the rear houses a trio of cameras, including a 108-megapixel primary sensor. Powering the device is a robust Mediatek Dimensity 8050 chipset, coupled with 8GB RAM, ensuring smooth performance. The 256GB internal storage ensures users have ample space for apps, media, and games. Running on Android 13 with a layer of Infinix’s XOS 13, the device promises a seamless user experience with added security features and updates for two years.
For gaming enthusiasts, the phone promises immersive experiences, thanks in part to its haptic feedback system that delivers precise vibrations, adding depth to the gameplay. With its compact dimensions and lightweight design, the Infinix GT 10 Pro is poised to become a favorite for many, especially given its competitive price point in the Indian market.
Availability in Kenya:
There has been no mention nor teasing of the GT 10 Pro in the market. Infinix may choose to bring it later on though, we have no idea. If they do, it may cost around KES 40,000 to KES 45,000, thanks to taxes. What do you think of the device? Would you get it?