Infinix Hot 4 Pro lowest price in Pakistan is Rs. 14,849. The price was updated on 18th August, 2019. You can read price, specifications, and reviews on our website.
Infinix has established itself in Pakistan as one of the most trusted brands. It is known for providing state of the art phones at an affordable price tag. Infinix Hot 4 Pro is such an example. It comes with amazing specifications at an amazing price tag. The phone has two more versions, an Infinix Hot 4 and a Hot 4 Lite. Infinix Hot S also falls in the same price category. The best part is that you are getting a fingerprint sensor at this price.
Infinix Hot 4 Pro follows the simple design principle. It feels really good in the hand and is very easy to use with one hand. The display is 5.5 inches with small side bezels which make the phone look really good. The plastic back has a camera lens and a fingerprint sensor placed up and beneath of each other. Both power button and volume buttons are present at the right side. The left side of the phone has nothing because the SIM and Micro SD card slot are present under the plastic back cover.
The bottom has a Micro USB port and a mic. A 3.5 mm jack is present at the top. Overall the design is good.
Infinix Hot 4 Pro comes with a 13 MP back camera and a 5 MP front camera. Both cameras have a single LED flash of their own. The camera takes exceptionally good photos both in daylight and low light. The front facing soft flash helps you taking better selfies in low light.
Stabilization is missing from the camera so you have to hold your hand in a very stable condition in order to get a blur-free photo. Considering the price of the mobile, the camera is exceptionally good.
This Infinix Mobile comes with a Quad-core Cortex A53 CPU and a Mali-T720 MP2 GPU. Internal storage is 16 GB which can be expanded and the RAM is 2 GB. All of this hardware ensures that the phone performs without any lag. The XOS is optimized so well that you barely feel a lag during everyday usage. The phone can run normal to heavy games but struggles on most demanding games like the Injustice: Gods Among Us and Mortal Kombat 5.