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Infinix Launches HOT 30 Series with Enhanced Features for Gamers

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Infinix has launched a new series of phones called the HOT 30 series, which includes three models: the HOT 30, HOT 30 Play, and HOT 30i. This series has undergone significant upgrades to its processor, screen, fast charging, and video features, making it a leading gaming phone with superior screen quality, powerful performance, and the fastest charging capabilities in its class.

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The HOT 30 is equipped with a strong and power-balanced Helio G88 processor with an 8-core architecture design containing two powerful ARM Cortex-A75 cores with a maximum frequency of 2.0GHz. With up to 16GB of expandable memory, the HOT 30 doubles the performance of the physical 8G memory, enabling faster loading times and supporting up to 18 applications to be opened simultaneously.

The HOT 30 integrates the highly optimized Dar-Link 3.0 gaming engine, which provides intelligent sensing of load scenarios and stage-specific matching of cooling strategies to guarantee 3D games stability. The HOT 30 also supports Link-Booming network optimization technology for multi-network concurrency, with WiFi and data working together to keep players connected during critical moments. The XArena gaming space is specially designed for gaming fans, with cool icons promoting a gaming atmosphere and an easy-to-spot real-time game status, creating the perfect environment for smartphone gaming.

The HOT 30 series addresses the need for long-lasting battery life with a 5000mAh battery that can last throughout the day. In addition, the HOT 30 offers the exclusive Power Marathon power-saving function, which enables the phone to standby for a whole day or operate continuously for 2 hours at the 5% limit. For gamers who need a quick battery boost during critical moments, Infinix has equipped the HOT 30 with 33W fast charging technology. With the combination of a 5000mAh large battery and 33W fast charging, the HOT 30 is an ideal choice for epic weekend group gaming sessions and can support avid gamers until the end.

To deliver an immersive gaming experience, the HOT 30 boasts a 6.78-inch perforated screen with a 1080P high resolution, 90Hz high refresh rate, and 270Hz touch sampling rate. The screen has excellent clarity and coherence, with timely touch response for rapid micro-operations. It also includes self-developed dark area display enhancement technology, making outdoor display clear and bright, with a maximum brightness of 600nit and a color gamut of 96% DCI-P3 for vivid visual performance when viewing photos and videos.

In terms of software features, the HOT 30 series has been designed to address issues with ordinary cell phones often providing low image quality, high heat generation, and unstable network speed, causing inconvenience and annoyance. Infinix has introduced the HOT 30 Series, a reliable and high-performing gaming phone that offers high image quality, low heat generation, and strong network speed for a sublime smartphone gaming experience.

Infinix recognizes that young people often use mobile gaming to relieve stress, and with the HOT 30 series, Infinix has equipped these devices with powerful gaming processors, ample memory, lightning-fast charging capabilities, and the most vivid high-definition screens available in their class. Moreover, the HOT 30 series is competitively priced, which Infinix believes will impress every young user seeking high-quality mobile devices.

Infinix Hot 30 Price in Kenya

  • Infinix HOT 30: Ksh.22,899
  • Infinix HOT 30 Play: Ksh. 18,399
  • Infinix HOT 30i: Ksh. 15,499

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