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Infinix GT 10 Pro is the Closest thing to Nothing Phone 2

The Infinix GT 10 Pro is the first dedicated gaming from Infinix. It comes with a Unique Design and some gaming esthetics that are pleasing to the eye. The phone is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8050, a 6-nanometer chipset from TSMC. It has the Mali G77 as a GPU with eight gigs of LPDDR4X RAM and 256 gigs of UF 3.1 storage space.

There is also a micro-SD card slot on the phone, and you can use it to extend the storage space by up to one terabyte. You can also increase the RAM by using some 256 gigs of storage space through virtual RAM. 

The phone has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with 1080P resolution, and it also has 120Hz. It has a 360 Hertz spot sampling, which means it’s very responsive to touch. It is a 10-bit display with slim bezels and up to 1000 nits of brightness while outdoors. The fingerprint scanner is built into the display and has a proximity and light sensor. 

It comes with a 5000 Emmy hit Battery and supports bypass charging through USB Power Delivery 3.0 charger. This will reduce heat during gaming and prolonged usage. The phone supports 45-Watt fast charging with PD chargers.

Infinix GT 10 Pro More Features

It has a 3.5mm Jack, and it also has a stereo speaker, which is surprising. A 4D vibration engine on the phone improves the haptic feedback you get while using the phone. The phone is available in Cyber Black and Mirage Silver. 

The Cyberprunk theme inspires the design and has a customizable mini-LED light at the back of the phone. You also get a kiss in the phone’s box, and it’s a good protective case. The primary camera is 108 megapixels, and a 32-megapixel selfie camera is at the front. Both cameras can shoot 2K and 1080P videos, respectively. The camera is not the strength of the phone, but it will deliver in suitable lighting environments. 

The phone is running on Android 13 based on XOS 13. The number of pre-installed apps has shrunk, which is impressive. The box of the Infinix GT 10 Pro is something you’ve never seen. Infinix designed the cardboard box to become a passive sound amplifier/charging holder. It is a clever way to reuse the box and give the phone some character. 

The price of the Infinix GT 10 Pro will differ according to region. But it’s going to be between $240 to $250. It also shares some hardware similarities with the Infinix Note 30 Pro. 

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