INFINIX SMART2 HD SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
Infinix welcomes you to the new year with another of its budget smartphone which is in fact an entry-level smartphone in a slightly fancy body. The Infinix Smart 2 HD is the successor of last year’s Infinix Smart 2smartphone. Carrying on the affordability legacy, the smartphone comes in at a well-priced cost. This is to make sure you get the best value for your money on this smartphone in terms of specs and build. How valid is this? Find out for yourself.
Infinix Smart 2 HD Key Specs and Price
- 6.0-inch, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 1440 x 720 pixels
- Android 8.1 Oreo
- Quad-core MediaTek MT6580 CPU with 1GB RAM
- 16GB built-in storage space, up to 128GB with a memory card
- 8MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera
- Fingerprint scanner (rear)
- 3, 500mAh non-removable Li-Ion battery
Design and Display
Here is a smartphone that comes with a modern budget look which entails a narrow build with a glossy back. The bezels around the display is also well deppreciated making it easier to fit in a bigger screen. There is no notch here just the usual bezel housing the sensors, camera, speaker and LED flash. You’ve got somewhat the same bezel size at the bottom of the screen too with capacitive navigation buttons which are now moved on screen. The available colours on the smartphone range from sandstone black, bordeaux red to serene gold.
Pressing the power button lights up the screen which is good at the price and will serve for regular functions. There is the usual lack of vibrant colour on display and blacks are not so great either. However, the 6.0-inch LCD panel on the Infinix Smart 2 HD does well enough. And with a 1449 x 720 pixels resolution on it, you can watch movies and do other things if you’re not particularly crazed about picture quality.
Battery and Camera
You can be sure to enjoy quality time on your smartphone with the 3, 500mAh better placed inside the smartphone. This way, you can go ahead with your gaming, movie watching and social media bantering. There is a MicroUSB hole for charging which would take much time than on the predecessor since you’ve got a relatively bigger battery here.