Infinix Hot 10 Lite appears on Google Play Console Listing with 2 GB of RAM and MediaTek Helio A20 SoC

Infinix Hot 10 Lite: Last month Infinix has launched its Infinix Hot 9 Pro smartphone in India which received a lot of mixed reviews. Infinix is trying very hard to make its strong establishment in the mid-range and entry-level markets, but it seems like they are failing over and over again. Now, another entry-level device from the company has appeared online revealing its key specs.

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Well, the Infinix Hot 10 Lite appeared on Google Play Console listing. The model number of this device is mentioned as Infinix-X657B. As soon as you take a look at the specifications, you will remain surprised as the device comes with 2048 MB memory. That means the Infinix Hot 10 Lite is coming with 2 GB RAM.

Image Credit: Google Play Console Via: StuffListings on Twitter

Yes, in the world of 12 GB and 8 GB of RAMs, 2 GB sounds unnecessary to consider, but this is an entry-level smartphone. We can expect the company to launch this device at around 5000 to 6000 INR, which again almost touches the entry-level smartphones from Redmi and Realme.

Moving on, the device is powered by MediaTek MT6761D SoC which was announced two years ago. The MediaTek MT6761D SoC here is coupled with the Imagination Tech PowerVR GE8300 graphics unit, which obviously cannot even run medium titles on the Play Store. But then again, at this price point, we cannot as much.

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A render of the device also appears in the listing. At first glance, it looks like Redmi Note 7’s render, but if you look closely, it is not a waterdrop notch. It is a tear-drop one. The volume rockers and power key reside to the right of the device and we can expect the device to launch with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

The display here is 720 x 1600 pixels with a screen density rate of 320 DPI. Among all these specifications, one thing everyone would love to know is that the device is grounded on Android 10.

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