Recently, Infinix announced the Smart 5 budget smartphone and now, the company is gearing up to launch another affordable smartphone from the Hot 10 series. The upcoming Infinix Hot 10 Lite with mode number Infinix-X657B previously spotted on Geekbench and in Google Play console listing. Now, the device has got certifications from US FCC and Indonesia TKDN.
Starting with the US FCC certification, it reveals schematic diagram of the front side of the phone. The diagram shows the Hot 10 Lite phone has a total height of 165mm and 76mm width. It has a WiFi/BT Antenna at the upper-left corner and WWAN Antenna is present at the upper-right corner. Further, the FCC listing shows 4,900mAh battery and a slow 10W charger (Outputs 2.0A at 5V).
Moving to the TKDN certificate, it reveals that the Infinix X658B supports 4G connectivity. Sadly, the listing does not reveal any other specifications. But, the Google Play Console listing shows some of the key specifications. As per the listing, the Infinix Hot 10 Lite runs Android 10 OS out of the box. It is powered by MediaTek MT6761D (Helio A20) processor paired with 2GB of RAM. The display has a resolution of 720×1600 pixels and 320DPI pixel density.
The Google Play Console listing also shows a front side image which shows a waterdrop notch for the selife camera. Power button and volume rockers are on the right side of the phone. The images seems to be a placeholder of the original device image but it is hard to say. Since the device has got multiple certifications therefore the launch seems close, however the company has no words regarding this phone.