Infinix has tons of devices recently but their latest one, the Infinix GT 10 Pro, is the one that is meant for gaming. This one features a Cyberpunk design at the back which reminds me of the Nothing phone but this one doesn’t have an expansive set of LED lights at the back but make no mistake, this smartphone is still made for gaming.
For the design of the smartphone, it’s pretty clear that this one looks edgy and it’s made for gamers with its Cyberpunk-style design at the back of the smartphone. But despite that, the back is made up of plastic and these design doesn’t really make of a difference in performance or in experience. But it sure is unique compared to other smartphones.
We also got here some LED strips just beside the camera of the smartphone that can light up when it comes to notifications, playing music or when you’re just playing games. It’s a nice touch but it’s more subtle compared to the Nothing phones.
There’s the flat sides as well which is made up of plastic and as for the ergonomics, the smartphone is fine to hold actually despite the flat sides whether it’s on landscape or on portrait mode. So playing longer hours on the smartphone would be just fine. When it comes to the ports, thankfully, the Infinix GT 10 Pro comes with a USB-C port that supports 45W charging and thankfully, there’s the headphone jack in here. As for the battery, it comes with 5000mAh battery inside.
For the display, the smartphone packs a 6.67-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a Full HD resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz which is bright enough to be used even at outside and the colors are just fine.
As for the camera, the smartphone comes with 108MP main camera along with two 2MP lenses and then there’s the 32MP selfie camera. Unfortunately, there’s no ultra-wide angle lens in sight in the smartphone. However, it does makes sense since this one is affordable. As for the quality, it’s definitely not the best one out there.
Software and performance
For the software of the smartphone, it also comes with a gaming-centric feel as well as the Infinix GT 10 Pro’s UI is pretty much similar to the one on the design outside the smartphone. As expected, it’s user-friendly and it does come with a lot of bloatwares and unfortunately, you can’t uninstall some of them.
When it comes to performance, the Infinix GT 10 Pro comes with a Dimensity 8050 chipset inside which is a pretty powerful one. In our initial test of the smartphone, we were able to play different latest games like Genshin Impact and Honkai Star Rail with ease. Games like Mobile Legends and Farlight 84 would fare fine as well.
Overall, the Infinix GT 10 Pro does pose a really good design especially for mobile gamers at heart. The UI is also in line with the design of the smartphone and lastly, the Dimensity 8050 processor inside the smartphone can definitely perform really well in most games as this one is identical to the DImensity 1300 chipset which is already known to perform well.