The Infinix Hot 9 made its debut earlier in the week in Indonesia and is set to come to a number of other markets soon. This device, which is a successor to the Hot 8 which was launched in 2019, is a mid-range device that features notable hardware upgrades especially in the camera sector.

The Infinix Hot 9 had been eagerly anticipated by a number of Infinix fans around the world, and with the current pandemic, there is no telling when the smartphone will get to other markets. This budget smartphone, which was reviewed here a couple of months ago comes with a MediaTek Helio A25 octa-core SoC under the hood.

Infinix Hot 9

The Infinix Hot 9 comes with a hole-punch in front housing an 8MP selfie camera that also has AI features. On the rear, this device features a quad-rear camera which also has AI lens with autofocus qualities, the quad-rear camera features a 16MP primary sensor with two 2MP shooters and one depth sensor.

The Infinix Hot 9 runs on the Android 10-based XOS 6.0 and has 4GB of RAM with 128GB of onboard storage which can be expanded to 256GB with a microSD. This device is powered by a 5,000mAh battery which supports fast charging at 10W and is available in a number of interesting colour shades including Matte Black, Violet, Cyan and Light Blue colours.

The Infinix Hot 9 goes for approximately $105 (Rs. 7,870) in Indonesia and is expected to cost around that same range when it is released to other markets soon.



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