Infinix Plans to Launch 5G Enabled Smartphones and Smart TVs in India – Infinix Plans to Launch new Phones and smart TVs in India, CEO Anish Kapoor confirmed in an interview with Gizbot. A pair of 5G smartphones powered by MediaTek SoCs will also be part of the new product line that Infinix plans to release in the country.

Infinix is part of Transsion and focuses on markets such as India and Southeast Asia. Kapoor hasn't disclosed all the launch details of all the devices coming to India but has reportedly confirmed that the Infinix Hot 10 Play will launch in the country on April 19.

In a conversation with Gizbot, Kapoor announced that Infinix plans to launch two 5G smartphones in the second half of this year. As mentioned earlier, both the smartphones will run on MediaTek chipset and Kapoor claims it will be priced at just over Rs. 15,000 ( Rp. 2,936,205.27 ). It is speculated that the two smartphones will run on the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset.

This smartphone can also compete with the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G and Realme X7 5G smartphones. Kapoor also confirmed that Infinix will be adding two more smart TVs to its range. The current range includes Infinix 43X1 and Infinix 32X1. The company plans to introduce a 43-inch model and a 50-inch variant which will run on MediaTek chipsets.

Because Infinix Previously partnering with Flipkart, it is expected that the new device will be offered on the e-commerce platform upon launch.

Moreover, Infinix Plans to Launch its Hot 10 Play Phone in India on April 19th. The smartphone has arrived in the Philippines and runs on Android 10 (Go Edition). It has a 6.82-inch HD+ IPS display with a waterdrop-style notch for the selfie camera. Under the hood, it is powered by the MediaTek Helio G25 SoC with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

For photography, this camera has a 13 megapixel main camera and an AI lens. There's an 8-megapixel selfie camera on the front, as well as a front-facing flash. It is equipped with a 6,000 mAh battery and can offer 53 hours of talk time, according to the company.

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