Step up your game this October with Infinix’s new budget phone champion HOT 11S

Emerging smartphone brand Infinix is set to disrupt the under-PhP 7,000 smartphone bracket with the HOT ot11S, its newest budget gaming smartphone, which packs a solid punch at an affordable price. 

HOT 10S promises to be a very reliable go-to phone for professional and casual gamers alike and for students and young professionals who want to be their best versions online and in real life. 

Here are some of the ways the HOT 11S steps up your game.


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Step up your game this October with Infinix’s new budget phone champion HOT 11S



  • HOT 11S’ dual-chip processor overtakes others in the category


Infinix’s newest gaming smartphone has the Helio G88 octa-core dual-chip processor, enabling super fast and lag-free gaming without any hassle. It has a 90 Hz refresh rate, which allows you to deliver winning moves at much faster response times. 


  • It has a much larger, immersive screen display 


HOT 11S sports a 6.78-inch full HD display with a 399 pixel per inch density, perfect for playing interactive games and watching movies on the phone. With a larger display, it outshines similarly-priced phones in delivering a highly immersive and well-rounded gaming and video experience.  


  • Its triple camera levels up your social media status 


The budget gaming smartphone is equipped with a 50MP triple rear lens with a 2 MP AI camera, a powerful combination of cameras that makes posting quality photos and videos on social media platforms possible. Students and young professionals can now make the most of their meetups and multiplayer bonding time with friends with the HOT 11S. 

The budget smartphone is expected to be launched before the end of October. 






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