Infinix Hot 5
– Dual SIM
– 5.5 inch display
– XOS 2.2 on top of Android 7.0 Nougat
– Quad-Core 1.3 GHz CPU
– 2GB RAM
– 16GB Internal Memory
– up to 32 GB SD card slot
– 8MP Rear Camera
– 5MP Front Camera
– 4,000 mAh Battery
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On opening the Infinix Hot 5, first off you’re greeted with the Infinix Hot 5 device. Underneath that you will find a leaflet a pack that houses the screen protector and some more leaflets. You will also find a micro USB cable, a charger,earphones and the star ring(looks like a key holder) for optimizing your handling of the device which surprisingly acts quite well.
On the front you have the 5.5 inch HD IPS display, stereo speakers on the top and the bottom, a five megapixel camera with flash. On the back you have an 8 megapixel camera with dual flash, fingerprint sensor and I’ll be adding some shots at the end of this video to show you how good the pictures taken by the camera can look.
On the bottom you have the microphone and micro USB port. On the top you have a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack. On the left you have nothing on the right you have the volume rocker, a power button and the leap which you use to take out the back.
Once you take off the back plate, underneath the backplate you have two dual sim card slots and memory card slot. The Infinix hot 5 spots a cleaner design than the Infinix hot 4. Infinix also ditched the capacitive buttons from the hot 4 in favor of on-screen buttons on the Infinix hot 5.
The hot 5 ships with Android 7.0 Nougat. However we are greeted with a light system updates upon powering on the device. The Dirac 3D stereo speakers is the star of the show and is literally the only feature that the Infinix hot 4 users don’t get to enjoy.
I may not watch movies with a smartphone but front-facing speakers always make for a pleasurable gaming experience.
I thought the viewing angles on the Infinix was at 8 out of 10¬† which is actually decent as well¬†though you only get 720p as your highest resolution while watching videos. For the price again I’d say it’s kind of worth it although it would have been nice to have 1080p but right now this is all what we have.
In some other visual tests I did I didn’t notice any lag whatsoever. Games I played on the device run smoothly with no delays and therefore¬†display is actually okay.
Other specs include a quad-core processor, a¬†16 GB ROM storage and¬† 2GB RAM and¬†last but not least ¬†a 4000mAh (milliAmp Hour) non-removable battery which Infinix can last for two days on a full charge.