The Infinix Hot 30i is expected to be unveiled on March 27. Ahead of the launch, the device has appeared on Google Play Console to confirm a few key details on its specifications. In addition, the listing carries an image that showcases the front design of the device.
Just as it was revealed in a recently leaked live shot, the Hot 30i can be seen with a waterdrop notch display at Play Console. When it came out last year, the Infinix Hot 20i came in both Helio G25 and Helio A22 versions, depending on the market.
The Play Console listing for the Hot 30i reveals that it is powered by the Unisoc T606 chipset.
The listing further reveals that the device will have 4 GB of RAM and run on Android 12 OS. Its display will support an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1612 pixels.
The landing page for the phone available on Infinix’s website reveals that the device will also come in an 8 GB RAM variant. It will offer 8 GB of extended RAM and an internal storage of 128 GB. While there is no official confirmation yet, it is speculated that the device will be backed by a 6,000mAh battery and its screen may support up to a 90Hz refresh rate.
Our exclusive report that was published earlier this week revealed that the Hot 30i will come in white and marigold (orange) color variants. The white, black, and blue editions of the phone are expected to sport a glass-like rear shell, whereas the orange model will have a leather back.
The Hot 30 series also includes two other models, such as the Infinix Hot 30 and Hot 30 Play. It is likely that these models may break cover in April.