- Infinix is all set to launch Infinix Hot 11S in India today.
- Infinix Hot 11S is expected to come with a 50MP triple camera with QUAD LED flash
- Infinix Hot 11S is expected to be priced under Rs 15,000.
Infinix is all set to launch Infinix Hot 11S in India today. The Hong Kong-based smartphone maker will unveil the successor to the Hot 10S, which was launched a month ago in India. The Infinix Hot11s is expected to arrive in two RAM variants and will be powered by the Mediatek Helio G88, this is the same processor that powers the Redmi 10 Prime. Infinix has so far launched smartphones in the budget segment, we can expect the same about the Infinix Hot 11S.
Another area where the Infinix Hot 11S have identical specs is the camera. The Infinix smartphone is also expected to come with a 50MP triple camera with QUAD LED flash, the Redmi 10 Prime also includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor. In the picture shared by Infinix, we can see the Hot 11S with a massive camera sensor on the rear along with four other sensors.
As far as the pricing of the device is concerned, the Infinix Hot 11S is expected to be priced under Rs 15,000.
Infinix Hot 11S: Specifications
Infinix Hot 11S is expected to feature a new wave design. The smartphone may feature a display bigger than 6,7-inches. The smartphone will be powered by MediaTek G88 Soc, the processor that runs the show in Redmi 10 Prime as well. The RAM details of the Infinix Hot 11S is not known yet, but it is expected that the smartphone will come in two different RAM configurations. Infinix Hot 11S will run on Android 11 out of the box.
In the camera department, the Infinix Hot 11S is expected to come with a 50MP triple camera with QUAD LED flash. The details of the front camera have not been revealed yet.
Infinix recently unveiled the Zero X series globally. The Zero X series includes three models– the Zero X Pro, Zero X and Zero X Neo. The Zero X smartphones come with breakthrough visual technologies such as a Dual-Chip flagship gaming processor, 60X periscope moonshot camera and Infinix’s Galileo Algorithm Engine, a top-notch software feature allowing a high resolution looking shot of the moon.