Infinix already has a few devices under its “Hot” lineup and it looks like another device is set to join the lineup. According to the latest rumors and speculation, the vanilla Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite will be joined by the Infinix Hot 10 Play. The Hot 10 Play will be similar to the Hot 10 lite, which, as the name suggests, comes with downgraded specs, through its smaller battery, a smaller 6.6-inch display, and less memory.
According to the latest speculation, the Infinix Hot 10 Play has been spotted on the FCC website, revealing key information including the camera setup and charging capabilities.
The FCC filing for Infinix Hot 10 Play reveals key specs
According to the reliable tipster Mukul Sharma, the Infinix Hot 10 Play was recently spotted on the FCC listing. The FCC filing was for the Infinix X688C – the model number that matches up with the Infinix Hot 10 Play branding. Moreover, the listing also displayed a schematic diagram of the upcoming model revealing the camera specifications and how the device will look.
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The same model also has links with a particular 10W charger (adapter model: U100XSA). This likely means that 10W is the top charging speed of the upcoming Infinix device. The other specs revealed the inclusion of a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and an AI dual rear camera.
The printed FCC label also mentions the memory specifications to be 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, the same as in the Infinix Hot 10 Lite. There isn’t any other information out yet. With that said, it is widely expected that the Hot 10 Play will borrow many specs from the Hot 10 Lite. Moreover, the camera downgrade should be enough to give this device a cheaper price than the vanilla Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite.
There is no official information on the specifications or the launch date of the Infinix Hot 10 Play. However, the device getting featured on the FCC listing typically indicates that the official launch date is likely very near.