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Infinix Hot 7 Vs Hot 7 Pro – Design & Display

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Infinix Hot 7 and Hot 7 Pro have the same design and display. Both devices are sporting a 6.2-inch IPS LCD display with screen resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels on the Hot 7 and 720 x 1520 pixels on the Hot 7 Pro. Both of which uses a 19:9 aspect ratio with a notch that houses the front-facing cameras. Both devices are made of plastic and have the usuals; Volume buttons, Power button, a micro USB port in between the speaker grill and 3.5mm jack.

Infinix Hot 7 Pro specs

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nfinix Hot 7 weighs 155grams, measures 8.4mm in thickness and comes in Black, Purple and Gold. Hot 7 Pro, on the other hand, weighs 174grams, measures 8mm in thickness and has Grey, Black and Gold as its colour options. Both devices have a dual SIM card slot with a dedicated MicroSD card slot for additional storage.

 

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