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Review of the Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G: A budget-friendly smartphone tailored for gaming enthusiasts.



Gaming smartphones can cost as much as a flagship phones. However, Infinix is set to change this notion with the launch of the GT 10 Pro, a mid-range phone that’s unlike anything else on the market.

Pros

Cons

​Good Performance

​Mediocre Camera

Affordable

​Will just get one Android OS update

Attractive Cyberpunk Design


​Long Battery Life

Infinix GT10 Pro 5G Price: From RM999.00


Design

Upon unboxing the Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G, the phone boasts a glass-like finish on the back, yet it's crafted from polycarbonate. The front showcases a sizable display, bordered by a metallic frame as the rear panel of the Infinix GT 10 Pro is particularly intriguing. Transparent with internal orange strips and varying shades of blue, it houses a sizable camera module with three cutouts, two of which are substantial, and one is smaller. An LED light, resembling a ring, adds to the aesthetics. The camera module also features broader orange lines compared to the rest of the back panel.


While the rear panel is visually appealing, it does attract smudges easily. The advantage is that these smudges aren't too noticeable unless examined closely. There are also a protective cover is included in the box that prevents many smudges to affect the aesthetic of the phone. Unlike many smartphones with noticeable camera bumps, the Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G maintains a flush profile, allowing it to sit flat on surfaces without wobbling.

The right edge houses a power button as well as volume rockers while the left edge sports a sim tray. The bottom edge consists of a speaker, Type-C port, microphone, and audio jack while the top side has a secondary microphone and speaker.


Display


The Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G features a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with an LTPS panel. The display supports a 120Hz refresh rate, 360Hz touch sampling, 900 nits brightness, and more. The 120Hz refresh rate ensures smooth scrolling and gaming, with the flexibility to switch between 120Hz/90Hz/60Hz and auto mode. The slim bezels enhance content streaming and gaming, providing an uninterrupted experience.


For gamers, the display is excellent, but for content enthusiasts, it might be a tad strenuous on the eyes. The color styler settings offer a choice between Bright or Original.


Camera

The Infinix GT 10 Pro boasts a triple camera setup at the back, featuring a 108MP primary camera with PDAF, 2MP depth, and a 2MP macro sensor. The primary 108MP camera captures decent shots in good lighting conditions, showcasing AI enhancements.


On the front, a 32MP selfie camera clicks good selfies with natural colors and detailed portrait mode.


The camera is equipped with a Super Night mode, enhancing visibility in low-light environments to capture clearer images. Nighttime photography is acceptable, with the Super Night Mode performing well in low-light conditions.

(without and with Super Night Mode)



Performance


Powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8050 chipset, the Infinix GT 10 Pro has the chipset that offers a mix of Cortex ARM A78 cores for optimal performance. While lacking an extensive cooling system, the phone handles gaming without significant heating. Running on Android 13 with XOS 13 skin, the device is free from bloatware.


Battery


With a 5000mAh battery and 45W fast charging, the Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G ensures a decent battery backup, lasting a full day with diverse usage. Gaming sessions have a minimal impact on battery percentage, and the 45W charger efficiently charges the phone from 0 to 100% in around 1 hour.



Verdict


The Infinix GT 10 Pro targets gamers on a budget, offering an affordable gaming phone. While it attempts a design reminiscent of Nothing Phone, it comes at a fraction of the flagship's cost. The AMOLED display, Dimensity 8050 chipset, and solid battery backup make it appealing. Despite a subpar camera setup and a commitment to only one Android update, the Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G promises a satisfying user experience for at least two years.


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