Infinix Hot 40 Pro Review and Unboxing

inifnix hot 40 pro review

The Infinix Hot 40 Pro is part of the Infinix Hot 40 series which comes with lots of exciting features, the sleek design makes it look premium.

It comes with Android 13 and default Infinix Skin XOS 13.5, up to 120Hz refresh rate, MediaTek helio G99 processor, 5,000mAh battery, and a lot more.

The Infinix Hot 40 Pro is sold for around 225,000 Naira which is equivalent to $150

Inside the box, you will find the Infinix Hot 40 pro itself, a TPU case, a welcome guide, a USB type-c Cable, a 33W fast charger, and a SIM injector tool.

The Infinix Hot 40 Pro sports a sleek and stylish design with a glass front and plastic back and frame. The 6.78″ IPS LCD is sharp and vibrant with Full HD+ 1080p resolution.

The bezels are fairly thin all around providing an 84.5% screen-to-body ratio for an immersive viewing experience.

The 120Hz refresh rate makes scrolling and animations very smooth. With a peak brightness of 500 nits, the display is legible even under direct sunlight.

Overall, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro is a gorgeous phone with a display that impresses.

Powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 processor and 8GB of RAM, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro delivers reliable performance whether multi-tasking, gaming, or using demanding apps.

The Octa-core CPU configuration ensures efficiency as well. With 128 or 256GB storage, there is ample room for apps, media, and files as well.

The fingerprint sensor conveniently positioned on the side allows for quick biometric authentication.

On the hardware front, the Infinix Hot 40 checks all the right boxes.

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With its Helio G99 processor and Mali G57 GPU, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro handles gaming very well.

Demanding game titles with rich graphics and high frame rates play smoothly without lag or stutter.

The 120Hz high refresh rate display also ensures a fluid gaming experience and makes it more immersive.

The phone does get slightly warm after extended intense gaming sessions but doesn’t overheat.

The capable chipset combined with the gorgeous display makes the Infinix Hot 40 Pro a reliable gaming phone even for hardcore mobile gamers while casual gamers will have no issues whatsoever.

Overall gaming performance punches above its weight.

Coming to the camera, it has the iPhone Pro-like layout and large camera lenses which don’t mean you would get better images.

The Infinix Hot 40 Pro sports a triple camera setup headlined by a massive 108-megapixel primary sensor.

It uses pixel-binning technology for bright and detailed 12 mega-pixel shots in daylight and nightlight. The 2 mega-pixel macro camera takes close-up shots of subjects from 4cm away.

The 0.08 mega-pixel auxiliary lens likely assists in creating portrait shots with background blur.

On the front is a 32-megapixel selfie camera with dual LED flash that can shoot sharp and clear self-portraits even in low light conditions.

The camera app comes loaded with modes like HDR, Panorama, slow motion, timelapse, and others to help get creative shots.

Video recording maxes out at 1440p@30fps on the rear which is underwhelming. But the front 32-megapixel selfie camera records up to 1080p.

Overall the cameras offer versatile photography and videography.

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The Infinix Hot 40 Pro packs a beefy 5000mAh battery which provides excellent battery life even with heavy use.

On a full charge, it can easily last over a day of calling, texting, browsing, gaming, and media consumption.

Recharging the battery is rapid thanks to 33W fast charging. A full charge takes around 1 hour and 27 minutes. A 30-minute charge can get you from 0 to 48%. 

This ensures the phone is up and running in no time. The battery ensures all-day usage while fast charging helps minimize downtime.

The Infinix Hot 40 Pro brings a lot to the table considering its affordable price point.

The gorgeous 6.78″ 120Hz LCD is vibrant and immersive making it great for multimedia consumption.

The Helio G99 chipset and 8GB RAM deliver reliable performance whether for productivity, gaming, or anything in between.

The cameras are versatile with the 108-megapixel main sensor capturing detailed shots. The 5000mAh battery delivers over a day of usage on a charge while 33W fast charging minimizes downtime.

There are some weak spots like average low-light camera performance and no 5G connectivity.

But considering the $150 pricing, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro offers tremendous value.

It looks stylish, has a fluid 120Hz display, lasts over a day on a charge, takes great shots in good lighting, and can handle high-end games but won’t be good for longer gaming sessions.

For budget-focused buyers who want a phone that can keep up with their lifestyle without burning a hole in their pockets, the Infinix Hot 40 Pro is easy to recommend.

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Written by Ayorinde Ayodeji

I'm Ayorinde Ayodeji known as Geek Deelino a content creator, Product Designer with 4 years of experience. I love writing when I'm free and relaxed.

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