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Infinix has announced a plethora of Hot 30 phones recently

Chinese smartphone maker Infinix has recently unveiled a number of phones of the same family and they’re quite confusing (and identical). The Hot 30 series is the newest lineup from the brand, which consists of the Hot 30, Hot 30 Free Fire, Hot 30i, and Hot 30i NFC. Each pair has its own better alternative, thus, making the latter stand out from the original.

Infinix Hot 30

Starting off with the main member of the group is the Infinix Hot 30. It sports an enormous 6.78-inch Full HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate joined by a 270Hz touch-sampling rate and 580-nit peak brightness. It uses a Helio G88 chipset inside, paired with 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage, and runs on Android 13

There’s also a 5,000mAh battery that charges at 33W, as well as a 50MP rear camera alongside an AI lens, and an 8MP selfie shooter.

Infinix Hot 30 Free Fire Edition

Next up is the Infinix Hot 30 Free Fire Edition. As the name suggests, it is a regular Infinix Hot 30 with exclusive Free Fire items out of the box. For starters, it comes with a special key ring, case, and SIM ejection tool — all from the game.

Though that may sound a bit underwhelming, the Free Fire edition actually comes with a Free Fire-themed interface, from widgets to icons, wallpapers to sounds, it’s a Free Fire exclusive after all. Infinix also promises a solid 60 fps in Free Fire on average in high graphics.

Infinix Hot 30i and Hot 30i NFC

Moving on to the next pair is the Infinix Hot 30i and Hot 30i NFC. The Infinix Hot 30i uses a smaller 6.56-inch HD+ display but it retains the 90Hz refresh rate. It has a 180Hz touch-sampling rate, 500-nit peak brightness, a UNISOC T606 chipset, a 13MP rear camera, and an 8MP selfie camera.

Aside from that, it has 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, a 5,000mAh battery that charges at 18W, and runs on Android 12. Meanwhile, the Hot 30i NFC obviously comes with support for NFC. While the specs are identical to the vanilla Hot 30i, it actually offers twice the RAM at 8GB, so that’s definitely something worth considering.

There’s no word yet regarding the local availability and pricing of the Hot 30 series but we’ll keep you updated so stay tuned.

Via: GSMArena