Infinix has two current devices under the “Hot” family line: Vanilla Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite. As the name implies, the latter downgrades the specs a bit with a smaller 6.6-inch display, a slightly smaller battery, less memory, one less main camera module, and more. Following the same trend, Infinix Hot 10 Play has arrived on the FCC website. This is an even cheaper device with an AI dual rear camera set up.
FCC filing is for Infinix X688C. This is the official model number that is cross-referenced with other documentation and matches the Hot 10 Play brand. The same device model is also linked to a specific 10W charger (model number U100XSA). It means that it is safe to assume 10W as the maximum charging speed of Hot 10 Play.
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For the main FCC documentation, the AI dual camera setup is clearly shown on the back of the phone. Next, the printed FCC label will show the 2GB / 32GB memory configuration. This is the same as the basic variant of Infinix Hot 10 Lite. Unfortunately, there aren’t many other specs. That said, Play expects to borrow most of the other bits from Hot 10 Lite. You can reduce the price a little just by downgrading the camera.
Infinix Hot 10 Play has no official word from the manufacturer at this time. However, a round of certificates usually indicates an imminent launch.