Infinix Hot 30 5G spotted on TDRA certification website, after being launched in India

The Chinese smartphone company- Infinix has launched its latest Infinix Hot 30 5G smartphone in India and the device will be going on its first sale from July 18 on Flipkart. Just after being launched in India, we spotted the device on the TDRA certification website with model number X6832. This means that the smartphone is soon going to hit the UAE market.

The appearance of the newly launched smartphone on the certification website indicates that the smartphone brand might be planning to launch the device in the global markets also. Though till now there has been no official announcement made.

Since Infinix Hot 30 5G has already made its way in the Indian market the specifications of this particular device are already known to us.

Infinix Hot 30 5G: Specifications

The smartphone comes with a 6.78-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 580 nits brightness. It runs on Android 13 OS and is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 6020 processor that is paired with 16GB RAM that includes 8GB virtual RAM and 128GB internal storage.

The device is backed by a 6000mAh battery and arrives with an 18W fast charger. It features a dual rear camera setup that includes 50MP primary camera and 2MP secondary camera. The smartphone consists of an 8MP selfie camera.

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