In September, Infinix took to Pakistan to unveil the Infinix Hot 10 smartphone. Following the Pakistan launch, the firm shifted its focus and held a launch event for the handset in India.
In no time, the smartphone started hitting the shelves in retail stores of other markets. Interestingly, the Chinese brand unveiled the Infinix Hot 10 Lite, which is a lower sibling of the Hot 10, in some African markets already.
Now, based on a fresh listing spotted on the database of the Federal Communications Commission of the United States, the smartphone brand is getting ready to unveil a new member of the Hot 10 family named Infinix Hot 10 Play.
The FCC listing of the smartphone has revealed the model number of the upcoming Infinix phone alongside a couple of other details regarding the phone.
The document mentions that the handset has the model number X688C, and it will offer the user with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage space.
A schematic of the Infinix Hot 10 Play’s rear shows that the Infinix Hot 10 Play would debut with a rectangular-shaped camera module and rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The former comprises of two cameras and an LED flash unit.
Further, the listing mentions that the upcoming Infinix Hot 10 Play will be positioned lower than the Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite.
Being lower than the earlier released Hot 10 branded handsets suggests that the Hot 10 Play will feature reduced specs and carry an affordable price tag.