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Infinix Hot 10S Review (Mobile Legends Edition)

Here’s a quick Infinix Hot10S review which is also the Mobile Legends Edition which is now available for just Php7000. This budget-phone features 6.82-inch HD+ (720 x 1640) IPS TFT display, MediaTek Helio G85, Triple rear cameras with 48MP, 2MP and AI lens.

Thanks by the way to Infinix for lending the phone for a few weeks. Anyway, this smartphone is an entry level smartphone that offers good gaming experience while at the same not costing an arm and a leg.

The packaging alone for this smartphone is already something to behold. The front features one of the more popular characters from Moonton’s Mobile Legends Bang Bang MOBA game, Chou.

What’s inside the box you ask? Well we have the standards like a charger and a cable a few manuals and warranty cards…

And we even have a hard plastic clear case.

Have to admit I wasn’t expecting that.

The Hot 10s also sports all the generic stuff you’ll find in other smartphones. The configurations are pretty basic too.

The right side of the phone houses the volume control and the power button, while the left is where the SIM tray is at.

The front of this budget-friendly smartphone features a waterdrop notch in the middle where the front camera is.

The Infinix Hot 10s back looks nice and definitely tries to follow the Moonton and Mobile Legends aesthetics. The back is made of plastic with a nice embossed word at the bottom which reads “Legendary”.

You’ll also find the smartphone’s fingerprint scanner here at the back.


I’m not even surprised anymore at how good photos are with the entry-level and mid-level smartphones these days. In the case of the Hot 10S, you’ll be getting the standard 48MP main camera together with 2MP FF+AI lens.

Here are some of the features and functions when you pop open the camera. We have:

  • Timelapse
  • slow motion
  • panorama
  • AR shot
  • Super Night
  • Portrait
  • Beauty
  • Short Video
  • Video
  • AI Cam

And just so you know, the AI Camera is the default function for the smartphone. Here are sample shots using the HOT 10s (Mobile Legends Edition) rear/ main camera.


Recording with the Infinix Hot 10s also yields some good results. The video output is 1080p with 30FPS. Camera output for the front can go for as much as 3264*2448 while the rear camera can do 3968*2976 maximum.

Gaming is also a lot fun and smoother using the Hot 10S thanks to the Helio G85 processor. My experience especially when playing Mobile Legends has also been convenient. The screen’s big enough for you to see everything clearly and the audio’s pretty good as well so you’re covered pretty well not just for ML but also for other games like Genshin Impact and Call of Duty Mobile.

Final Thoughts:

For a little over Php7000, Infinix has a clear winner here with the Infinix Hot 10S. The Mobile Legends Bang Bang stuff is really just a sweetener for the deal but the smartphone in and on itself is a good buy because of the processing power, the camera and sheer size of the display. It’s definitely a solid buy for gamers who want to hone their stuf and reach their esports goals.

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