Infinix Hot S3 Review


The sub-Rs 10,000 segment of the smartphone market is bustling more than ever with new launches. What is interesting now is that many manufacturers are going for 18:9 aspect ratio displays, giving buyers more options to choose from. Infinix is the latest to join that club, with the Infinix Hot S3 which starts at Rs 8,999 for the variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Infinix is owned by Transsion Holdings which also runs the well-known brands Itel, Tecno, and Spice. While the hardware looks good on paper, can the Infinix Hot S3 impress us? We find out.

Infinix Hot S3 design

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