New Delhi: Budget smartphones typically concentrate more on providing the essential features than on design, but Infinix has other ideas for its newest entry-level model.
We got to use the Infinix Smart 7 for a while, and in this article, we'll share our initial thoughts on it. The Infinix Smart 7 is a low-cost option that includes all the essential extras in the box, including a TPU case, a USB Type-C charging cable, some paperwork, a user manual, and a SIM eject tool.
There is only one 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant of the Infinix Smart 7. It is available in the colours Azure Blue, Night Black, and Emerald Green. In India, the cost of the smartphone is 7,499 rupees.
The polycarbonate housing on the Infinix Smart 7 is, to put it mildly, sturdy. The smartphone definitely feels heavy at 207g. It has flat sides and the SIM slot is on the left, with the power key and volume buttons on the right. At the bottom are the Type-C charging port, microphone, speaker grille, and headphone jack.
The back panel of the Infinix Smart 7 has a matte texture finish. The wavy design has a modern appearance and a silky feel. At the bottom, there is a large camera module that also contains the fingerprint sensor, along with the Infinix branding.
A 13-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel depth camera are both included in the Smart 7's dual-rear camera setup, which is followed by the flash.
As you might anticipate from a phone at this price point, the quality appears to be strictly average when you look at some of the initial samples I took in the day and at night. A 5-megapixel front camera is housed in the water-drop notch on the Infinix Smart 7's display.
A 6.6-inch HD+ LCD screen with a 60Hz refresh rate and a maximum rated brightness of 500 nits is included with the Infinix Smart 7. Although the content appears reasonable, it is difficult to read in bright sunlight.
The Smart 7's "up to 7GB of RAM" capacity is heavily promoted by Infinix, but this simply refers to the RAM extension feature found on almost every other Android phone, which uses 3GB of the storage as virtual RAM to increase the RAM capacity to 7GB.
Although the Infinix Smart 7 has a sizable 6,000mAh battery, which is excellent, the device can only handle 10W charging, which is not ideal. The device is run by Infinix's XOS 12, which is still based on Android 12, and is powered by a Unison Spreadtrum SC9863A SoC.
The Infinix Smart 7 is a stylish smartphone priced under Rs. 10,000, and one of its standout features is its sizable battery. Please comment and let us know what you think of it.