Infinix Hot 9 with Helio A52 SoC, 128GB storage and 5000mAh battery launched in Indonesia

Infinix Hot 9

Infinix has added one more smartphone to its kitty with the launch of the Infinix Hot 9 smartphone in Indonesia. The handset is available in Matte Black, Cyan, Violet, and Light Blue color variants. Moreover, the device is available in 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variants only.

The handset draws processing power via the Helio A25 processor and offers quad rear cameras. The company is yet to reveal any information about the global availability of the device.

Infinix Hot 9 Specifications and Features

The Infinix Hot 9 features a 6.6-inch IPS HD+ display. Talking about the internals, the smartphone ships with an Helio A25 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. The predecessor Infinix Hot 8 was powered by Helio P22 chipset. The 128GB storage will be sufficient for storing plenty of photos and videos. You will be able to extend the storage up to 256GB via a microSD card. On the design front, the rear side is designed using a polycarbonate material.

Like in the case of all the latest smartphones, the Infinix Hot 9 comes with a vertically stacked quad-camera mechanism comprising of 16MP primary camera sensor. You will find the presence of dual 2MP camera sensors. The device also includes an AI lens with support for auto-focus functionality.

The camera parameters are not on par with the latest smartphones. The Hot 9 borrows power via a 5000mAh battery with support for 10W fast charging technology. The device works with XOS 6.0 based on Android 10. The fingerprint sensor is located adjacent to the rear camera.

Infinix Hot 9 Price and Availability

The Infinix Hot 9 costs RP 1,699,000 (NPR 12651) for the 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. You will be able to pre-order the phone in Indonesia starting March 27.

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