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Infinix to take the market by storm, 26GB RAM and 260W charging for the first time in smartphone history

The days of 8GB of RAM as a smartphone standard feature are long over. Now the situation is such that even 16 GB RAM is considered low. Brands like Oppo, OnePlus and Realme have recently been rumored to launch smartphones with 24GB RAM. From that point of view, Red Magic 8S Pro is the first phone, which has been launched with so much RAM. But the day is not long to come when phones with more RAM will enter the market. One such news about Infinix has added a new dimension to the speculation. Sources claim that the company’s upcoming model Infinix GT 10 Pro with 26 GB RAM will shake up the smartphone market.

Infinix GT 10 Pro may soon hit the market as the smartphone with maximum RAM

Tipster Pers Googlani claimed in his tweet that the Infinix GT 10 Pro will be available with up to 26GB of RAM. As a result, it will be the first phone in India to be able to offer so much RAM. Pars also said that it will be launched in India in the next two months and will enter the global market in August. He also shared some specifications of the phone.

Let us know that the Infinix GT 10 Pro is going to be part of the company’s new GT Gaming lineup. The series will also include another model called the GT10 Pro Plus, but it will not be available for sale in India, the tipster said. According to him, the GT 10 Pro will be powered by the PhonoMediaTek Dimension 8050 chipset. An image of the smartphone has also surfaced.

The Infinix GT 10 Pro is expected to launch as a solid gaming phone. Because the tipster says that it will use a massive 7,000 mAh battery, which should be able to provide long battery life. It is also known that this battery will support ultra fast 260 watt charging, which will leave Realme GT 3/Neo 5 behind in terms of charging. However, a 160W charging variant is also likely to be available. The Infinix GT 10 Pro may feature an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate on the front and a triple camera setup on the rear panel. The setup is expected to include a 100-megapixel primary camera paired with two 8-megapixel lenses.

Rishabh Garg
Rishabh Garg
Rishabh writes about the latest technology news for Naxon Tech
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