Infinix plans to introduce the Infinix GT 10 Pro, a smartphone with a gaming-focused design, in early August, according to internal information that was released via gsmarena earlier in the week.
Images of the Infinix GT 10 Pro in Cyber Black and Mirage Silver color options, with a Cyber Mecha design, were included with this post. The dynamic tiny LEDs on the back panel of the GT 10 Pro can now be seen in new teasers.
When users start a game, these LEDs create a “unique and interactive backlight interface” that glows. They serve as a charging status indication and are also activated by fresh alerts.
One of the teasers shows the Infinix GT 10 Pro in Mirage Silver, which has a color-changing back panel that changes when exposed to sunshine or any other UV light to tones of dusty pink and steel blue.
The GT 10 Pro will have 8 GB (+8 GB virtual) RAM and 256 GB of storage, according to a leaked photograph of the smartphone’s retail box, even though Infinix hasn’t yet provided a complete list of its features.
The pre-installed XOS 13 operating system, which is based on Android 13, promises a “clean environment” free of “unnecessary bloatware and annoying advertisements.”
Only a few weeks remain until the Infinix GT 10 Pro goes on sale, so we anticipate learning even more shortly. Given that Infinix is a well-known brand in Pakistan, there is a good likelihood that this gaming phone will also be available here.