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The Hot 20 Play, the newest member of the Infinix line of low-cost smartphones, is available now. A large 6000mAh battery, a 90 Hz display, and 18W rapid charging are among the pleasant features included in the Infinix Hot 20 Play.

A 10W converter is included in the box, and other features include a 720p monitor and mediocre cameras. Notably, this phone only supports 4G and does not support 5G.

The smartphone is powered by an Octa-core Mediatek MT6765 Helio G37 processor and a GPU powered by PowerVR GE8320. With a 6.82-inch IPS LCD capacitive touch screen and a 720 x 1640-pixel resolution, it offers a large screen.

Android 12.0 and XOS 10.6 make up the operating system on the smartphone. Infinix Hot 20 Play price in Pakistan to begin at 32,999 Pakistani rupees. Dual 13 MP + QVGA cameras with Dual-LED flash are included in the phone, which also supports dual SIM cards. A single 8 MP camera is present on the front.

Battery Power
A non-removable Li-Po battery with a capacity of 6000 mAh and fast charging of 18 W and 5 W powers the gadget.


Both a loudspeaker and a 3.5mm jack are built into the gadget. The new Infinix Phones has USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go, Bluetooth, GPS, and FM Radio. A fingerprint sensor, gyro, accelerometer, proximity, and compass are all mounted on the back of the device.


The gadget measures 171 x 78 x 8.9 mm and weighs 209.6 grams. It has a glass front, a back made of plastic, and a frame made of plastic. It has internal storage options of 64 GB and 128 GB and 4 GB RAM.

Design and display
As a result of the clear financial limitations, there is typically little room for experimentation in cell phones priced under Rs 10,000. The majority of OEMs do their best to maintain their phones competitive with higher-priced series of gadgets, though.

Competitive Price

Infinix mobile prices are always the best from other top brands such as Oppo and Vivo. Infinix always tries to launch its new models with prices that suit maximum users. Infinix Hot 20 Play price in Pakistan to begin at 32,999 Pakistani rupees.

Variety of Colors

Although the Hot 20 Play may not have the most attractive design, its back panel does appear to be rather good-looking, and the dual camera system may make its pricing seem excessive. Four color options Luna Blue, Fantasy Purple, Aurora Green, and Racing Black are offered for the smartphone, and it was the final one that we got. If you prefer bright colors, the green version of this shade might appeal to you. However, this shade appears fairly plain.

Camera features

The phone is powered by a MediaTek Helio G37 SoC, which performs daily chores reasonably well. It has a twin camera configuration that produces photographs that are only passable. Although the phone supports 18W fast charging, the included charger is only a 10W charger, which is a little disappointing.

Beautiful Back Theme

The Infinix Hot 20 Play has a back with a racing theme. In this price range, a plastic back with a textured finish is to be expected. There are also fewer scratches and no fingerprints as a result. To be honest, it appears decent enough given the cost.

Dual Camera with LED Spotlight

A twin camera system and an LED spotlight are located on the rear panel. When placed on flat surfaces, the camera arrangement doesn’t protrude very far and causes very little unbalance. At the back, it has a fingerprint sensor as well.


The sensor is positioned a little higher than we would have liked, so getting acclimated to the location took some time. The device’s power button and volume controls are located on the right side. The buttons have a respectable quality and a satisfying click.

Fingerprint Scanner

On the back surface, there is a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a sizable rectangular camera island with a subdued Infinix logo on the bottom. I would like to draw attention to the fingerprint scanner’s placement, which is a bit higher than average. It requires a little more work to get there.

Undoubtedly, the phone is large and weighs 210 grams. The large battery that is housed inside the phone is a major contributing factor to its weight. I must admit, though, that the weight distribution is done extremely effectively.

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