Infinix GT 20 Pro Appeared On Indonesia’s SDPPI Certification, Launch Imminent

Infinix is gearing up for the launch of the Infinix GT 20 Pro smartphone that recently appeared on EEC, Geekbench, TUV Rheinland, and Wi-Fi certification. As per the listing, the smartphone can come with MediaTek’s Dimensity 8200 chipset. It will pack 12GB RAM and will run Android 14 OS out of the box. Now the smartphone has appeared on Indonesia’s SDPPI database with the model number X6871. The listing doesn’t reveal anything as such though confirms the global launch of the handset.

Infinix GT 20 Pro spotted on SDPPI certification Moniker confirmed

This smartphone has earlier appeared on the Infinix site thus suggesting it can come in two configurations. It can be 8GB/256GB and 12GB/256GB. Its listing on the TUV Rheinland certification website has suggested that it will pack a 5000 mAh battery while its Wi-Fi certification revealed Wi-Fi features such as Wi-Fi a/b/g/n support, 2.4GHz + 5GHz dual-band support, and WPA3, WPA2, and WPA Wi-Fi security standards.

We expect the brand to soon launch the smartphone in the market but till then more updates can come from the company. For that stay tuned with The TechOutlook and keep getting all new tech updates.




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