The Infinix Hot 8 is the cheapest smartphone to come equipped with a 5,000mAh battery and triple rear camera. But unfortunately, you won't be able to buy it! Still, it is hard to believe that one day we will see these smartphones arrive in Europe.
Infinix is a Chinese manufacturer that wants to take a special place in the Indian market by offering a smartphone with impressive specs while maintaining an extremely low price. Although many of the specifications have not yet been confirmed, their price will be only 88 euros!
What to expect from this amazing Infinix Hot 8
Your specifications will not be top of the range, far from it. However, we have to keep its price in mind, and the way it looks at this smartphone will change dramatically.
The Infinix Hot 8 will have a screen larger than 6 "inches that has very narrow margins. Also on the front panel will be a small drop-shaped notch, where will be housed its front camera.
Although not confirmed, rumors point to the presence of the MediaTek Helio P22 processor. This processor is present in some very popular smartphones such as Redmi 6 and Lenovo K9. Although it does not have a top performance, it will guarantee smooth operation and without major obstacles.
Again, it has not been confirmed, but clues left by the manufacturer point to a combination of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory.
In the photographic segment is where most surprises will be reserved, the brand has confirmed that it will arrive with more than two rear cameras. Therefore, it is virtually confirmed that it will arrive equipped with a triple rear camera.
The icing on the cake is its huge 5,000mAh battery, which will last for up to 2 days.
Even considering just its oversized display, 5,000mAh battery and triple rear camera, for € 88, you can't ask for more.
In Europe would be an instant hit
The arrival of this smartphone in Europe is extremely unlikely as these smaller manufacturers will eventually focus on the Chinese and Indian markets as it is the only way to keep their prices so low.
However, it is guaranteed that a smartphone with these features and price below € 100 would be an immediate success in the various European markets.
But unfortunately, this should not happen in the near future. As we know, smartphones end up with considerable inflations whenever they reach the 'old continent'. Certainly this would be no exception to the rule.
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