Infinix Hot 3 Pro lowest price in Pakistan is Rs. 15,199. The price was updated on 07th August, 2020. You can read price, specifications, and reviews on our website.
The Infinix Hot 3 Pro definitely has a better-looking design than the box like Infinix Zero 3. It’s not something to get terribly excited about but it looks good without the addition of any gimmicky design features. It feels sturdy but light at the same time. The sound from the speaker was muffled by my hand from the start. The interface was snappy on first use but got much slower as time progressed, but more on that later.
The design of the Infinix Hot 3 Pro differs from the previous Hot phones, which resembled the Zero series (and also the Sony Xperia series). It is constructed out of plastic but still manages to feel pretty sturdy. The plastic back has a rugged diagonal texture and the edges curve to meet the frame in the same way as the glass backs on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Note 5. There are very slight chamfers on both sides of the frame.
The capacitive Home, Recent Apps, and Back buttons occupy little space on the bottom bezel. The power button and volume rocker are located on the right side and are comfortably within reach. The headphone jack and the micro USB port are on the top. The camera and the single LED flash are located at the top right. The speaker grille is located at the bottom-right of the back which sounds being muffled most of the time by the palm.
The Hot 3 Pro certainly beats the other budget phones in this price range with its 8 MP rear camera, where most other devices have 5 MP shooters in this range. There are settings to control ISO and exposure, an HDR mode, the option to set volume buttons to take photos or zoom in/out and also an option for taking burst shots.
The quality of the photos was not too bad either. There were some fringing and destructive post-processing present in the images but overall, the camera performed pretty well in good light. Colors were vibrant, details were well-kept and the auto focus did not take too long to lock on to the subject. But the camera failed to perform in low light. There was too much noise reduction which resulted in photos that were not sharp or detailed and the auto focus failed to perform altogether.
The front camera had a similar case. Selfies turned out quite well in good light but the images were grainy in low light. There was an issue with the camera app that it had a jittery live-preview and there was also very noticeable shutter lag when taking photos. This could be attributed to the software.
The Infinix Hot 3 Pro runs on a 1.3 GHz Quad-core MediaTek processor which is supported by 2 GB RAM. The device performs better than expected. Although there are multiple cases of stutters in animation and significant lag when switching between apps, the device performs fairly well in day-to-day usage and do not overheat when used for long periods of time.
Storage is disappointing as the bloatware took up precious space. Out of 16GB only 10.68 GB is available to the user. Additionally, the device allows memory expansion via microSD card to only 32 GB which is odd since most phones nowadays offer support for 128 GB microSD cards.