Infinix Hot 7 Pro With Four Cameras Announced

Infinix Mobility has finally announced the Infinix Hot 7 Pro. The phone is coming with interesting features that will wow you. To start, it’s preloaded with the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system and another amazing feature on the camera. The handset now has four camera setup instead of the three camera set-up you will find on the sibling. The Infinix Hot 7 Pro has been upgraded with four camera set-up. Two sitting on the back for normal photography, while another two is placed on the front notch for selfies and video calls.

Infinix Hot 7 Pro

In terms of design and display, nothing has really changed. You will still find the same body design and display of the original Hot 7 smartphone. When it comes to performance, the first Infinix Hot 7 Pro (X625B) packs Mediatek MT6761 Helio A22 CPU which has a Quad-core processor that clocked at a speed of 1.85Ghz. It has PowerVR GE8320 GPU for graphics with 3GB RAM for a backup.

As you can see, the Hot 7 Pro is now available in two variant. The other has a more powerful processor than the later. The Hot 7 Pro X625C features a more advanced Octa-core MediaTek MT6756 Helio P20 processor with a clocking speed of 2.35Ghz. It has Mali-T880 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Both variants have internal storage of 32GB and they are also expandable via micro SD card up to 128GB.

Infinix Hot 7 pro

Both are powered by Android 9.0 Pie with the latest Infinix XOS 5.0 Cheetah on top.
It has support for 4G LTE network on both SIMs. On the camera department, the Hot 7 Pro has a combo rear camera of 13MP + 2MP paired with dual LED flash and another front facing camera of 13MP + 2MP paired with an LED flash as well. Both cameras are AI-powered with FaceID.

Fueling the Hot 7 Pro is a nonremovable battery capacity of 4000 mAh which promise to last up to 30 days standby time and 24 hours of talk time. The Infinix Hot 7 Pro is now available in Nigeria at an affordable price segment.

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