Infinix Hot 9 detail review-Should you buy it?


Infinix Hot 9 Detail Review : Launched in India with competitive price range and it’s too hot to manage as its called Infinix Hot 9 …                                        Infinix Hot 9 Detail Review


  • The Infinix Hot 9 and the Infinix Hot 9 Pro were released in India, respectively at the price of Rs 8499 and Rs 9499.
  • The Infinix Hot 9 has four rear cameras inside it, and a large 5000mAh battery.
  • The Infinix Hot 9 is powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 SoC processor which is the octa-core.

Smartphone maker headquartered in Hong Kong, Infinix has recently launched two new budget smartphones in India. The Infinix Hot 9 and Hot 9 Po smartphones are the new budget segment offerings at the company. The business had previously launched an Infinix S5 Pro, a first phone with a pop-up selfie camera under Rs 10,000. Infinix has also done a lot of experimenting with the Hot 9 series in terms of design and features but with so many entry-level phones on the market, it will be important to see whether Infinix will make a difference or not with their new models.

This analysis is of the Infinix Hot 9, available for Rs 8499 at a price in India. The Cost of the Infinix Hot 9 Pro is Rs 9499. The Hot 9 and the Hot 9 Pro have identical architecture and specifications but the sensor is the only place where they vary. That distinguishes the Hot 9 Pro from the Hot 9 is the camera. Let’s look at the Infinix Hot 9 a little closer.

Infinix Hot 9: Design and Display

The one thing Infinix ‘s phones have done well is its designs. The Hot 9 starts. It seems pleasing and well-articulated, when you first look at the screen. And if you don’t end up getting the phone, you’ll want to pick it up and have a closer look at it when it’s on display in a store.

The slight gloss at the rear with the texture of the gem cut gives the phone a good look. It was because the phone is glossy that I called it subtle, but Infinix has not overdone the gloss. Unlike the previous S5 Pro tool from Infinix, the Hot 9 isn’t sensitive to fingerprints and smudges but is slippery in hands. Within the case, the phone comes with a translucent silicone cover, which is always a nice touch from a phone maker.


On the back, in some of the Samsung and Vivo models, the phone sports a camera module that will look familiar to those who have seen camera modules. The camera module is in form rectangular, and houses four sensors and three led lights. A square-shaped fingerprint scanner sits near the camera module, with the name of the business emblazoned just below the sensor. There is nothing new about fingerprint scanner positioning, Infinix merely sticks conveniently to the tried and tested formula.

The Infinix Hot 9 comes with a 6.6-inch HD+ punch-hole monitor on the front. The phone has a 90.5 per cent high screen to body ratio. The screen quality is pretty good and you wouldn’t have to squint your eyes to read-up stuff on your phone even in low-light conditions.

The screen size is 6.6-inch, but the handset looks bigger and more spacious. For single-hand operations it may not be the most comfortable handset. The volume rockers are mounted higher and slightly above the power button to top that.

Because of its high positioning, I ended up pressing the power button several times while raising the volume, because this is where my fingertips could touch without adjusting the location of the hand. If you do have long fingers, however, these issues won’t occur for you.

The handset is available in two colours — the violet wave and the ocean. The one in the study is in the shade of violet.

The colors on this are less colorful as compared to some previous Infinix products. The colors provide a touch of subtlety, which will appeal to many customers. The color violet has no fancy bling — and is fairly easy on the eye.

Infinix Hot 9: Performance and Battery

Detail Review of Infinix Hot 9, The Infinix Hot 9 is an entry-level tool, so keep an eye on the expectations. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 SoC octa-core, which is clocked at 2.0 GHz. The processor is backed by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of disk. It is important to remember that the phone is not intended for challenging applications such as Photoshop Express to run gaming or. The phone has said that it performs the simple tasks very flawlessly.

I used it for over a week as part of a study and found no noticeable lags during my use. Often the change from one open app to another slows down the phone, and there are occasions when the app or apps may crash. Yet they were manageable. However, Infinix needs to get rid of the phone’s bloatware because it gets irritating and the repeated alerts come from those devices read advertising alerts — whether you’re watching a movie or writing an email on your phone may really put you off.


The phone is not meant for heavy gaming as described earlier so don’t expect too much. You should certainly try to play the lighter games, for example the Ludo King but that drains the battery more quickly. If you use it straight for 20 minutes it also begins to heat up.

The Hot 9 houses a large 5000mAh battery, which can last on a single charge for 1.5 days. If you don’t use your phone extensively, it can last up to 2 days, too. There’s no USB-C port, however, nor is there support for fast charging. You’ll need to settle for the age-old USB port, which charges the phone at its own languid speed.

Coming to the tone, the Infinix Hot 9 doesn’t offer an outstanding sound quality despite having a DTS surround sound app on paper. If you raise volume it gets squeaky. We won’t like your face at all. The Hot 9 isn’t coming with a pair of earphones so you’ll need to buy one. It does have a jack of 3.5 mm.

Speaking of storage, it comes with an internal storage capacity of 64 GB but using the microSD card slot, you can extend your device’s memory up to 256 GB. The Hot 9 ships out of the box with the most recent Android 10

Infinix Hot 9: Camera

The Infinix Hot 9 has a rear quad camera setup that includes a main 13-megapixel sensor, a 2-megapixel macro sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor and a low-light sensor. The cameras get triple-LED flash support. The mobile camera app has several different modes including the AI Cam, Elegance, Bokeh, AR Shot and panoramic view. There’s a Google lens icon built in positioned right next to the shutter.

I tried the camera in a number of lighting settings and found the pictures clicked on during the evening to be very subjective. In daytime, the camera delivers good results but often the pictures are too bright exposure glitch, and highlights blow up entirely. Even in the daylight pictures, there’s static, something you’ll find when you zoom in on images.

The 13-megapixel camera’s primary sensor even clicks on very good images. The other cameras, for the show, are well. The macro sensor works poorly, because when you take the unit closer to an object to capture a macro mode image, it blurs the image when you press it during daytime or nighttime. The photos displayed are unnaturally bright and blurred during night time. Even if you zoom in a little, you ‘d find that there’s too much noise on the photos.

In my view the front camera is a tad better but in some photos you might still hear the noise and that’s very off-putting. The 8-megapixel sensor does not work under low light but provides acceptable results in good lighting situations

I look forward to the cameras in every phone and the Infinix Hot 9 hasn’t inspired me.

Infinix Hot 9 Summary

On 29 May 2020, Infinix Hot 9 smartphone launched. The phone comes with a 6.60-inch touchscreen display with a 720×1600-pixel resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio. Infinix Hot 9 is powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762) 2GHz octa-core Processor. It comes in 4 GB RAM. The Infinix Hot 9 runs Android 10 and is powered by a non-removable battery that is 5000mAh.

The Infinix Hot 9 runs XOS 6.0 based on Android 10, and packages 64 GB of built-in storage which can be expanded with a dedicated slot via microSD card (up to 256 GB). The Infinix Hot 9 is a dual-SIM smartphone (GSM and GSM) that supports the Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards. It was launched in colors Pink and Blue. It bears a body made of polycarbonate.

Infinix Hot 9 prices in India start at Rs. 8,499 as of 8 June 2020.            Infinix Hot 9 Detail Review

Infinix Hot 9: Should you buy it?

Priced at Rs 8,499, the Infinix Hot 9 offers users a relatively good reason to buy this product. The price is sounding enticing. On paper, it has all the features that you expect from a standard phone and under Rs 10,000 too. But I recommend you stay away from it if you don’t want to have a phone for very simple use. A Redmi phone or Realme phone is great at about the same price point.                                          Infinix Hot 9 Detail Review

Just to repeat: If you’re on a very good display doing simple WhatsApp things, calls, texts, etc., the Hot 9 could be the tool for you. But there’s something more, and particularly something about the camera, and you should look at some other market options.

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