The Infinix HOT 30 5G, a New Era of Affordable 5G Smartphones. The smartphone industry is rapidly evolving, and Infinix is keeping pace with its latest offering – the HOT 30 5G. Packed with a host of impressive features and priced at an attractive Rs. 11,499, this device promises to make 5G technology accessible to more consumers without compromising on performance or quality.

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Power-Packed Performance

The HOT 30 5G is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6020 processor, supporting 14 5G bands. This ensures fast and smooth operation, whether you’re browsing the web, playing games, or multitasking. The phone comes in two memory variants – one with 4GB RAM + 4GB Virtual RAM + 128GB ROM, and another with 8GB RAM + 8GB Virtual RAM + 128GB ROM. This gives users the flexibility to choose a model that suits their storage needs.

Impressive Camera Specifications

The HOT 30 5G boasts a 50MP dual rear camera with Quad-LED flash and an 8MP front camera with Dual LED flash. These high-resolution cameras ensure that every photo you capture is crisp, clear, and vibrant, even in low light conditions.

Stunning Display and Design

The device showcases a large 6.78-inch FHD+ IPS display with a 120Hz refresh rate. This means smoother scrolling and more responsive touch controls. The punch-hole display design is sleek and modern, while features like Widevine L1, Dynamic Refresh Rate, Eye Care, and Night Mode enhance the overall viewing experience.

Sound, Battery Life and Other Features

The Infinix HOT 30 5G comes with dual speakers and DTS stereo and sound modes. It’s equipped with a massive 6000mAh battery with Power Marathon Tech, enabling long usage times between charges. The phone is also IP53 splash-proof rated, has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and runs on the latest XOS 13 based on Androidâ„¢ 13 with 2 years of security patches.

With its standout features and improved value proposition, the Infinix HOT 30 5G offers a compelling package for those seeking an affordable yet powerful 5G smartphone.

By Rajeev Rana

Founder and Chief Editor -