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Infinix Hot 5? Leaked Specs and Picture of the Upcoming Infinix X559

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Over the past few weeks, Infinix has unveiled a good number of smartphones both in the low-end and in the mid-range category. After they recently made their debut into India with the Infinix Note 4 and the Hot 4 Pro, they went ahead to unveil the Infinix Smart with low price tag.

Update: Infinix Hot 5 is now available also the lite version; Infinix Hot 5 Lite. It was the Hot 5 Lite we were talking about in this post.

They are now teasing to launch what we have been told could be the Infinix Hot 5, a successor to the Infinix Hot 4 device. The Hot 5 device was recently seen on Geekbench listing with the codename: Infinix X559.

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Going by the specifications that was listed on Geekbench, the purported Infinix Hot 5 will run on Android 7.0 Nougat and probably with Infinix XOS on top.

In the power house will be a Quad-core processor clocking with a speed of 1.3 GHz. System on Chip (SoC) will be a Mediatek MT6580 chipset. The device is listed with a small RAM of just 1GB, which makes us wonder if this will truly be the Hot 4’s successor.

We also have a peek of what the back of the Infinix Hot 5 X559 will look like, the back looks less busy with just the camera, LED flash and the Infinix watermark as its only occupants.

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From the new render, the loud speaker drill could have been moved to the bottom bezel or anywhere else and if the device will have a fingerprint scanner, it will be in the front panel of the device. There’s also what could be a camera button at the right border, below the volume adjusters and the power button.

More information about the screen, camera, and battery capacity of the upcoming Infinix Hot 5 X559 will be posted as soon as we verify the information we have about the device.

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