Infinix Hot 11S


Review Highlights

The Hot 11s features an all-plastic construction. It’s a glossy panel with a fingerprint-resistant coating, and the new wavy gradient pattern does look unique.

The 6.78-inch FHD+ panel with a 90Hz refresh rate is by far the most impressive display we've seen on a phone under 12K this year.

Sound output via the speakers is a bit too thin and the headphone jack can pump out just about average quality audio on wired earphones.

The Hot 11s is powered by the Helio G88, paired with eMMC 5.1 storage that can easily push the 90Hz refresh rate screen to deliver mostly smooth daily performance.

Battery life is good, with about 6.5 hours of S.O.T spread over an entire day. The phone makes the jump to USB Type-C with support for 18W fast charging, which can charge the phone in about two hours and a half.

The 50MP main camera at the back does a good job but lacks consistency in human skin tone processing and white balance accuracy in tricky lighting situations.

Selfies are taken from the 8MP shooter are just about enough to churn out decent looking photos. Infinix still lags behind in its microphone quality.

The software experience here is more or less on par with everything else you get in this segment. It runs on Android 11 with XOS 7.6 on top.

Infinix has truly hit the ball out of the park with the Hot 11s. The Infinix Hot 11s is the most value-for-money budget smartphone you can buy right now.