Friday, August 5, 2016

Infinix Hot3 X544 Review, Pros and Cons

The smartphone making company recently announced the arrival of the Infinix Hot3 which has currently hit the market with a moderately affordable price. The Hot3 is a middle range budget Android device and it comes in two variant, the both are almost the same with just a few upgrade with the latter having 2GB Ram size. The 2GB Ram size variant tends t be more expensive than the just Hot3.

The device appears very elegant in design with a display of 5.5-Inch with a curvy rear panel made with a diamond texture making the device comfortable for hand held. The deice has a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixel with a brighter screen.

The HOT3 has a good performance that is powered with a Quad core MediaTek MT6580 processor and running on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS and the performance boasted with a 1GB / 2GB Ram size. The both variant has an Internal 16GB storage space and can be expandable using MicroSD card of 32GB Max to increase the storage space.
At the back of the Hot3 is a 8MP camera with LED Flash and toward the bottom, you have the speaker of the device, at the side is the regulatory keys (volume up and volume down keys), while at the top is the Micro earpiece port and the charging port. At the front is a 2MP front facing selfie camera.

The Hot3 has good battery lasting capacity with a 3000mAh battery that can withstand up to 20 hours of talk time, 9 hours of internet browsing on 3G and up to 33 hours on audio play back. The device support an OTG charging port for share power to boast other smartphones.

Also the device can connect wirelessly via Wifi, Hotspot, Bluetooth and support dual SIM with MicroUSB and OTG Cable. The device offers a noise cancellation feature that enables you t enjoy multimedia with the device without having to worry about noise.

Infinix Hot3 Pros
  • Good sound output
  • The battery life is Okey
  • Its Affordable
  • The storage allocated is alright
  • Good design
Infinix Hot3 Cons
  • Poor front camera quality
  • Running on last years Android 5.1 Lollipop
  • No fast charging technology
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