Infinix is working on a new mid-range smartphone called the Infinix Hot 20 5G. The device with the model number X666 was spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma on the Bluetooth SIG certification website, hinting that its launch is imminent. The Infinix Hot 20 5G will be the first smartphone in the “Hot-series” to come with 5G support. It will be slotted above the likes of the Infinix Hot 12 and the Infinix Hot 12i in the lineup.
Infinix Hot 20 5G: Expectations
The Infinix Hot 20 5G will be made entirely of polycarbonate, just like the other handsets in the lineup. However, it will come with some interesting gradient finishes at the rear, which will enhance its appeal. Infinix smartphones are all about entertainment, and the Hot 20 5G will be no different. It may sport a large display between 6.7 inches and 7 inches with a 90Hz or 120Hz screen refresh rate. Furthermore, it will boast dual stereo speakers for an enhanced audio/video watching experience. It will come with a centred or left-aligned hole-punch camera cutout on the display.
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The Infinix Hot 12 smartphone comes with a MediaTek Helio G85 chipset, which is a 4G chipset. So, the upcoming Hot 20 5G will be powered by a different heart, probably a Dimensity 700 or a Dimensity 810, of which the latter is already doing duty in the Infinix Note 12 Pro 5G. It will be equipped with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.
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In terms of optics, the Infinix Hot 12 comes with a triple camera setup at the rear. So, we can expect the Hot 20 5G to come with a similar or an improved triple camera setup. The fingerprint sensor is likely to be embedded in the side-mounted power button. It could come with a 5,000mAh or 6,000mAh battery under its hood coupled with fast charging support. The device will run on XOS 10.6 based on Android 12 OS.
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