Redmi 10 Prime vs Infinix Hot 11s: The Competitive Trouble
As a smartphone brand, Infinix has been trying to overshadow some of the biggest brands in the Indian smartphone market, and looks like it is turning out to be a bit successful as well.
The latest Infinix Hot 11 series launched by the brand is proof of this and the highest variant in the series, Infinix Hot 11s is a direct competition to Redmi 10 Prime which was just launched a couple of weeks back. The major similarity in the smartphones is the new MediaTek Helio G88 octa-core gaming processor that is clocked at 2GHz.
This processor was brought to India for the first time by Redmi 10 Prime just 2 weeks back and now Infinix has already brought Infinix Hot 11S with the same Mediatek processor. Are you willing to buy any of these smartphones?
Well, here are some points of differences between Redmi 10 Prime and Infinix Hot 11S that you should keep in mind before buying any one of them:
- The major difference between the two smartphones is their camera section. While Infinix Hot 11S consists of a 50MP + 2MP + AI triple rear camera with quad-LED flash, Redmi 10 Prime comes with a 50MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP quad-rear camera with an LED flash and you can see the differences between them. However, the front camera is 8MP on both devices except for the fact that in Infinix Hot 11S, it comes with a dual-front flash.
- Both these smartphones differ a lot in terms of their battery. While Infinix Hot 11S comes with a 5000mAh battery that is supported by a normal 10W charging. However, Redmi 10 Prime contains a powerful 6000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support and this sounds much better.
- There is a slight difference in terms of the cost of the devices as well. Keeping the RAM and the ROM similar in the devices, the Infinix Hot 11S smartphones costs 10,999 in India while Redmi 10 Prime takes about 12,499 in India.
Apart from these, almost all the other major specifications are similar in the devices and I think these are quite competitive as far as the specifications of the device are concerned.