The gaming industry is expanding worldwide, and smartphones are playing a vital role in this expansion.
According to marketing intelligence and advisory firm Mordor Intelligence, the development of mobile games has resulted in scalability for the gaming industry.
Just recently a lot of Youtubers and Facebook users have sprung and started streaming their mobile gaming experience across all social media platforms.
There has also been a significant growth in the consumption of digital entertainment including mobile games.
To answer this demand different brands have placed their bets for the best smartphone and a relatively new contender has also entered the battlefield—Infinix.
They’ve created a special series of gaming smartphones for less and their latest release, the Infinix Hot 10S has some cool and convenient features that might want you to consider it as your gaming companion.
When owning a smartphone and especially for gaming you’d want one where you can completely see all the details and let you focus on it so you can isolate yourself for a while from the world.
With the Infinix Hot 10S’ enormous 6.82-inch screen display, you can achieve that. This smartphone also shows vibrant colors and has a 90Hz refresh rate so browsing through your social media sites and gaming will be smooth like butter.
As for the phone’s performance, the Infinix Hot 10S is powered by a MediaTek Helio G85 processor. This processor is greatly favored by gamers as this assures them that they get a swift and powerful performance during their gameplay, and it was also an experience I got to enjoy when I tried it.
The phone didn’t even struggle when I had to multitask and jump from one app to another. Games also run smoothly, even the demanding Genshin Impact though at low settings.
The Hot 10S also didn’t have any lag when I tried playing Call of Duty: Mobile and Mobile Legends.
As a novice gamer, I would easily get distracted with other things such as online shopping since gaming was still not a part of my routine. So I was glad to find out that the Infinix Hot 10S had a feature called Game Zone. This feature basically helps you get the most out of your gaming experience.
When you activate it, you can change some settings so other notifications won’t appear on your screen while you play your games and you can focus on it. You can also screenrecord and take screenshots of your games to keep track of your levels and scores.
As gamers really want to have a feel of their gaming to be as close to reality, the audio quality is very important.
With the Infinix Hot 10S’ feature called DTS Audio Processing, it elevates your gaming experience with excellent sound effects.
When I tried playing Asphalt 9: Legends, it somehow made me feel that I was really racing in an arcade which somehow served as my escape from being isolated at home.
Gaming definitely requires sufficient battery life. And Infinix made it a point that you can get your #GameOn for hours on end with its massive 6,000 mAh battery.
With heavy gaming, browsing sites and doing some Netflix marathon on the side, I was able to use the Infinix Hot 10S without charging for almost three days.
Even if it only came with a 10W charger, juicing up this phone’s battery was still a bit quicker than expected. It only took 2 hours and 40 minutes to charge it up from 20 percent to 100 percent.
Considering all these features, I really think the Infinix Hot 10S is a pretty sizzling hot deal for gamers out there who definitely want a good gaming smartphone for less!
The Infinix Hot 10S is available in 95° Black, Morandi green, Heart of Ocean and 7° Purple variants and is priced at PhP 5,990 for its 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage and PhP 6,990 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage BUT you can get P500 off when you shop on the Infinix Super Brand Days exclusively on Shopee until June 18, 2021.
About the Author
Apple Gamboa is the Life Editor of SubSelfie.com
She is also the Creative Team Lead of PayMaya, the leading digital financial services provider in the country.
She was previously a Media Relations Manager for Ogilvy Philippines and an interview and field producer for GMA News programs Quick Response Team and News to Go. She was also a producer of lifestyle TV shows and documentaries. Travelling and music are her passion, and taking risks is her reality medicine. Journalism 2010, UST. Read more of her articles here.