New Smartphone With Triple Rear Cameras, Android Pie Released: Costs Under Rs 7000

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Published:

There is a new smartphone that offers triple rear cameras and is priced below Rs 7000 in India. This handset is also a Flipkart exclusive in the country. This device is the Infinix Smart 3 Plus which has been both highly expected to surface after the Infinix Smart 2 got a significant price cut of Rs 2000 last week, and features predominantly on Google Search trends.  

Now, the Infinix Smart 3 Plus is official and its USP, as stated above, is its affordable price tag and triple rear cameras that comprise of a 13MP, 2MP, as well as a low-light sensor. The smartphone also sports an 8MP snapper at the front.  

Major e-tailer Flipkart has currently put the Infinix Smart 3 Plus and would begin sales of the handset soon. Now, the smartphone is seemingly still relevant amidst intense competition from the multitude of Chinese smartphones in the Indian market, as it offers a seemingly refreshing alternative and could compete with the likes of Samsung’s recent Galaxy A10, Galaxy M10 phones – both of which fall into the budget phones segment.  

Another reason why we think that Infinix smartphones are relevant today is the Google Search Trends that indicate that there is still a sizeable community searching for information related to Infinix; and if the brand is not relevant why would there be searches? 

As far as the technical details of the Infinix Smart 3 Plus are concerned, the handset offers specifications such as: 

  • 6.21-inch display 
  • Android 9.0 (Pie) operating platform; when unboxed 
  • MediaTek A22 quad-core SoC 
  • 13MP + 2MP+ Low light camera sensors 
  • 8MP front camera 
  • 2GB RAM 
  • 32GB  internal storage 
  • MicroSD card slot and support for expanding internal storage up to 256GB 
  • LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, microUSB 2.0 connectivity options 
  • 3500 mAh fixed battery. 

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