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Infinix Hot 6 Pro Specifications And Price In India, unboxing!

Is this the best phone under 8K INR?

Infinix is a brand known for launching budget smartphones in the past few months. They have built quite a following in the past months by launching phones which have good features for a budget price. Their few products like the Hot S3 have been quite well received. Recently they announced the Infinix Hot 6 pro which comes with decent specifications and a good battery for the price range!

Infinix Hot 6 pro specifications & details:

The Hot 6 pro comes with Snapdragon 425 chipset, and 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage. The device has a 5.99 inch 720P+ i.e. HD+ display at 1440x720p. The display has 1000:1 contrast ratio, 2.5D curved glass and 500 nits of brightness. It has a dedicated microSD card slot so you can use 2 sims along with 1 microSD card at once.

The phone comes with a dual camera at the back and sports an 18:9 aspect ratio. It comes with a  4000 mAh battery. The Hot 6 pro would be available in Sandstone black, Bordeaux Red and Magic Gold colours.

Once fully charged the HOT 6 Pro can provide up to 12 hours’ uninterrupted video playback or 37 hours’ music playback.

The speakers can output up to 83db sound, which is slightly above average.

It has a 13 MP primary camera sensor along with a depth-sensing 2 MP sensor. It comes with PDAF and dual LED soft light flash. The 13 MP sensor has a f/2.0 aperture and overall the camera is above average and does get the job done for the price you pay.

It also has various modes and features like HDR, Portrait Mode, Beauty, Night mode, Panorama, Time Lapse and professional camera settings for enhancing your overall photography experience.

The 5 MP front camera sensor also has a f/2.0 aperture and a soft LED flash. It also has a live focus feature for portrait shots and also comes with a beauty mode.

The Hot 6 pro comes with support for Face Unlock and also has a fingerprint sensor at the back. It comes with Android Oreo along with XOS 3.2 skin on top.

Key Specifications 

Screen 5.99”, HD+ Full View, 2.5D, InCell, LCD 500 nits, 83.4% Screen-to-body ratio, 72% NTSC, NEG Glass protection, 720*1440 resolution, 1:1000 Contrast ratio, Eye care mode
Rear camera 13MP AF (f 2.0) PDAF + 2MP FF, Dual LED Flash,

Modes: Portrait Mode, Professional Mode, Time Lapse, Night Mode, Panorama, HDR

Front camera 5MP FF (f 2.0), Softlight Flash, Bokeh Selfies, Beauty Mode
Dimensions 160.43*76.21*8.6mm, 158gm
Memory 3GB + 32GB, RAM: DDR3
Battery 4000mAh, 5V 1.2A (12hrs Video Playback, 37hrs Audio Playback, 30 hrs 4G Talk-time)
Chipset SD 425, Quad-Core 64 bit processor, 1.4 GHz, Adreno 308
OS XOS 3.2 based on Android Oreo
Sensors Fingerprint, G-Sensor, Proximity, Light, Compass, Hall
Multi Card Slot 3 Slots (Dual nano SIM + Micro SD Dedicated memory card slot)
Connectivity BT 4.1, OTG, 4G (VoLTE, ViLTI – Jio), 3.5mm Audio Jack, FM Radio

2G Bands – B2/3/5/8; 3G – B1/8/4/5; 4G – B3/5/40/41

Color Options Sandstone Black, Magic Gold, Bordeaux Red
In Box Adaptor, Micro USB Cable, TPU Case, Protective Film, UM, Warranty Card, SIM Ejector Pin

So, guys, this was it, in case you wish to see the smartphone in detail and know more about it you can watch our Infinix Hot 6 pro unboxing:

Did you like this smartphone? Is it the perfect phone in the sub 8K INR price bracket? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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Written by Ankit Jha

Ankit is a geek from New Delhi who loves smartphones, games and everything tech. When he's not busy writing here you can find him playing PUBG on his phone!

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