This gaming smartphone will get a “playing” box

And they say that modern smartphones are just boring and nothing interesting happens. Meanwhile, Infinix came up with an idea how to make the ordinary box in which the smartphone will be delivered not dusty on the shelf.

There will be no lawsuit for the smartphone

The source of pre-release information about the device is the GSMArena website. According to the informant referred to by the author of the text, Infinix is ​​working on a gaming smartphone that will hit the market in the first week of August this year. The model is to be called GT 10 Pro and we already know some details about this equipment.

The back of the device immediately attracts the most attention. They are semi-transparent like in Nothing Phone , which we informed you about a few days ago. As expected, however, Nothing CEO Carl Pei was just joking about a possible lawsuit against Infinix. The Glyph notification system based on LED lights is patented and cannot be copied just like that. The translucent housing is something else, especially since the orange details and sharp edges of the camera island are nothing like the more elegant design of the Phone (2) .

Multifunctional box

Since I have already mentioned something – you can see three lenses on it, although the only information we currently have is the resolution of the main matrix written on the back of the housing, i.e. 108 Mpix. The LED illuminating diode is made in the form of a ring.

It is known that the equipment will receive the MediaTek Dimensity mobile system, but the specific model is not yet known. Apparently, the smartphone is to be properly optimized for various mobile games, including PUBG, MLBB or Free Fire. The whole thing out of the box will work on the XOS 13 overlay based on Android 13 .

Infinix GT 10 Pro will hit the market in two colors: black with orange details and white with gray inserts. A big curiosity is the fact that the box does not have to land on the bottom of the wardrobe after removing the device. The whole thing can be used as an ecological sound amplifier. How exactly this is supposed to work in practice, we will probably see in the near future, on the day of the smartphone’s debut on the market or in reviews.

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