Infinix Hot 11 2022 with 5,000 mAh Battery, 13MP Dual Rear Camera Setup Goes for First Sale Today at 12 Noon Via Flipkart: Price, Specifications

The Infinix Hot 11 2022 is powered by a Unisoc processor.

Infinix Hot 11 2022

Infinix, last week, launched a new entry-level handset – the Infinix Hot 11 2022 in the Indian market. The all-new Infinix Hot 11 2022 will be available for purchase starting today in the country. The handset sports an entry-level Unisoc processor and a 5,000mAh battery under the hood.

Other highlights of the device include a large display, a 13MP rear camera, an 8MP selfie camera, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The entry-level Infinix handset will go head to head against the likes of the Redmi 10A, Realme C31, Poco C31, and more. Let us take a closer look at the Infinix Hot 11 2022 price in India, launch offers, specifications, and features.

Infinix Hot 11 2022 Price in India, Launch Offers, and Availability

The Infinix Hot 11 2022 is priced at Rs 8,999 for the 4GB + 64GB variant in the country. It is worth noting that this is the introductory price and the brand might increase it in the coming weeks/months.

The Hot 11 2022 will be up for grabs starting 12:00 PM exclusively via Flipkart.

Infinix Hot 11 2022 Specifications and Features

The Hot 11 2022 flaunts a 6.7-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD display with a 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution and 550nits peak brightness. The display panel comes with Panda King glass protection.

Under the hood, the Hot 11 2022 sports an octa-core Unisoc T610 processor and a Mali G52 GPU. It comes pre-loaded with XOS7.6, based on Android 11,

In terms of optics, the latest Hot series device is equipped with a dual rear camera setup including a 13MP primary sensor. Accompanying it is a 2MP depth sensor and an 8MP selfie camera.

The Hot 11 2022 is backed by a 5,000mAh battery unit and 10W charging support. It has a Type-C charging port, a hybrid micro-SD card slot, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Infinix Hot 11 2022: Top Competition

Price at Rx 8,999, the Hot 11 2022 competes directly with the Poco C31, Realme C31, and the recently launched Redmi 10A.

Redmi 10A

The recently launched Redmi 10A features a 6.53-inch HD+ LCD display and a 13MP rear camera. It is powered by a MediaTek Helio G25 processor and a 5,000mAh battery unit. It also offers a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a micro-USB charging port.

Price in India, Offers, and Availability

The Redmi 10A is priced at Rs 8,499 for the 3GB + 32GB variant and Rs 9,499 for the 4GB + 64GB variant in the country. It will be available for purchase starting April 26 exclusively via Amazon India.

Realme C31

The Realme C31 offers a 6.53-inch HD+ LCD display with a 400nits peak brightness. It is powered by a Unisoc T612 processor and a 5000mAh battery. It is equipped with a 13MP rear camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 5MP selfie camera. The handset also has a micro-USB charging port and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Price in India, Offers, and Availability

The Realme C31 is priced at Rs 8,999 for the 3GB + 32GB variant. Whereas, the 4GB + 64GB variant of the smartphone costs Rs 9,999. It is available for purchase via Flipkart.

Poco C31

The Poco C31 offers a 6.53-inch HD+ IPS LCD display and a triple-rear camera setup including a 13MP primary shooter. The handset is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 processor and a 5000mAh battery. Similar to other devices in the list, the Poco C31 offers a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a micro-USB port.

Price in India, Offers, and Availability

The Poco C31 costs Rs 8,499 for the 3GB + 32GB variant. Whereas, the 4GB + 64GB variant of the device costs Rs 9,499. It is available for purchase exclusively via Flipkart.

What do you think of the Infinix Hot 11 2022? Do let us know down in the comments section.

Thanks for reading till the end of this article. For more such informative and exclusive tech content, like our Facebook page


Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.