The Best Infinix Phones to Buy In 2022, with Their Specifications, and Prices

Looking for the best Infinix phones to buy this year?

Well, say no more, cause today, I’ll be showing you the 12 best Infinix smartphones that are readily available, and you can buy them in 2022.

Best Infinix phones (2022)

So, you’re ready?

Then let’s begin. #enjoy.

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Best Infinix Zero phones

Infinix Zero X Pro
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The best Infinix Note phones

Infinix Note 11 Pro
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Infinix Note 10 Pro

Best Infinix Hot phones

Infinix Hot 11
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Best Infinix Zero phones

1. Infinix Zero X Pro

  • 6.67 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), AMOLED display.
  • 395 PPI density, 120Hz refresh rate, 700 nits peak brightness.
  • 108MP triple rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G95 (12nm) processor.
  • 8GB RAM + 128/256GB internal storage.
  • UFS 2.2
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.6 Dolphin.
  • 4500 mAh battery
  • 45W fast wired charging.
  • Price: ₦185,000 – 210,000
Credits: Valor reviews

Buy now: Infinix Zero X Pro (8/256G), ₦205,000, Jumia.

If you’re looking for a smartphone that marks the pinnacle of Infinix’s technological advancement yet, then the Zero X Pro is the only phone at the moment that has that, and it shows in every aspect of it.

For starters, the Infinix Zero X Pro is a premium and flagship smartphone, so it comes with a premium build quality made out of glass on both the front and the back, though Infinix didn’t specifically list or state what type of glass it is.

The phone boasts of a blazing fast 120Hz 1080p AMOLED display, making it the best display you can get on any Infinix smartphone right now.

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It comes with a MediaTek Helio G95 processor running inside of it, though not the fastest around, still, it is currently the fastest that you can find on Infinix smartphone to date, and it is fitted with 8GB of RAM, and 128 or 256GB of internal storage capacity.

And coming to the camera side of things, the Zero X Pro packs a 108MP main camera with OIS (Optical image stabilization), it also has a second 8MP periscope telephoto cam with 5x optical zoom, and just so you know, this was actually the first Infinix smartphone that used a telephoto sensor, and the third sensor still on the back is a second 8MP 120° ultrawide cam;

And coming to the front is a 16MP sensor for taking selfies. The Infinix Zero X Pro can record 4K resolution videos at a maximum framerate of 30fps on both the rear and front-facing cameras.

And moving away from the cameras, you’ve got an under-display optical fingerprint reader, and the phone is fitted with a 4500 mAh capacity battery, and it is further complemented with 45W fast charging.

So, you see, flagship, isn’t it?

So, like I said before, if you want a phone that gives you all the specs and features that Infinix could ever offer in a smartphone right now, then the Zero X Pro is the best Infinix phone for you right now.

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2. Infinix Zero X

  • 6.67 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), AMOLED display.
  • 395 PPI density, 120Hz refresh rate, 700 nits peak brightness.
  • 108MP triple rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G95 (12nm) processor.
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • UFS 2.2
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.6 Dolphin.
  • 4500 mAh battery
  • 45W fast wired charging.
  • Price: ₦153,000 – 159,000
Credits: Izzi Boye

Buy now: Infinix Zero X (8/128GB), ₦156,000, Jumia.

Climbing down the price ladder a little bit is the vanilla Infinix Zero X, and to cut the long story short, this phone and its Pro sibling are exactly the same phones, both in and out, with the only difference between them being the 64MP main cam on the Zero X and a slightly lower price tag.

So, on here, you get exactly the same 120Hz 1080p AMOLED display, same MediaTek processor, same software, Android 11 with XOS 7.6 Dolphin UI on top of it, same 8GB of RAM capacity, but this time, you don’t get the 256GB storage option, same battery capacity and 45W fast charging, and everything else in between.

So, if you can’t afford up to a hundred and eighty thousand nairas for the Zero X Pro, and you’re not too bothered about the downgraded main camera, then starting at roughly a hundred and fifty-three thousand nairas, you can go for the vanilla Infinix Zero X, and still get the same flagship vibes you’d have gotten from it’s Pro sibling.

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3. Infinix Zero 8

  • 6.85 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 90Hz screen refresh rate, 180Hz touch response rate.
  • 64MP quad rear cameras.
  • 48MP dual front-facing cameras.
  • MediaTek Helio G90T (12nm) processor.
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 10 + XOS 7 Dolphin.
  • 4500 mAh battery
  • 33W fast charging.
  • Price: ₦120,000 – 163,000
Credits: Fred’s Tech Hub

Buy now: Infinix Zero 8 (8/128GB), ₦150,000, Jumia.

Dating all the way back to August 2020, the Zero 8 used to be the best among the best Infinix smartphones, until the Zero X series happened.

But does being replaced by new models make it any less of a beastly device?

Definitely not.

So, on here, you’re getting what used to be the best display that you could get on an Infinix device, a 6.85 inches 90Hz 1080p IPS LCD display, and it boasts of a touch sampling or response rate of 180Hz.

Best Infinix phones (2022)

Unlike the Zero X series, the Infinix Zero 8 is made out of plastic, and you get a quad-camera setup on the rear, with two front-facing cameras.

So, there is a 64MP main cam that is followed by an 8MP ultrawide, and then there are two separate 2MP sensors doing the same thing which is depth sensing, and coming to the front is a 48MP main front-facing cam and an 8MP ultrawide.

The rear cameras can record videos at up to 4K video resolution, and at a maximum framerate of 30fps, while the front-facing cameras can only manage up to [email protected]

For performance, the Infinix Zero 8 is outfitted with a MediaTek Helio G90T chipset, complete with 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.

You get a 4500 mAh capacity battery on it, and it is completed with up to 33W fast charging.

So, the take here is;

If you need a flagship Infinix phone, but can’t afford to pay the prices the Zero X series are asking for, then starting at about ₦120,000, you can go for the 2020’s Infinix Zero 8, and still get a decent display, great performance, usable cameras, fast charging, and everything else in between, making it a worthy option for the best Infinix phones you can get in 2022.

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The best Infinix Note phones (2022)

4. Infinix Note 11 Pro

  • 6.95 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 387 PPI density, 120Hz refresh rate
  • 64MP triple rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G96 (12nm) processor.
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • UFS 2.2
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 10.
  • 5000 mAh battery
  • 33W fast wired charging.
  • Price: ₦125,000 – 148,000
Credits: Izzi Boye

Buy now: Infinix Note 11 Pro (8/128GB), ₦142,000, Jumia.

If you’re looking for the best Infinix Note phone that money can buy right now, then it’s the Infinix Note 11 Pro.

Launched in late 2021, the Infinix Note 11 Pro follows the footsteps left behind by previous Note phones before it, a large 6.95 inches 1080p LCD display, but this time, it now runs at a blazing 120Hz screen refresh rate.

It uses a MediaTek Helio G96 processor, the fastest processor ever used on an Infinix phone to date, making it the fastest running Infinix phone you can get your hands on in 2022, and it’s fitted with 8GB of RAM and a single internal storage option of 128GB.

For cameras, you’re getting a triple setup on the back, which comprises a 64MP main cam, a 13MP telephoto cam, and a 2MP depth sensor, while on the front, you get a 16MP front-facing cam.

The Infinix Note 11 rear cameras can record video at up to 1440p (2K) maximum resolution, and it does so at a maximum frame rate of 30fps, while the single front-facing camera can only do up to [email protected]

In terms of power, you get a 5000 mAh capacity battery with 33W fast charging on it.

So, in conclusion, if you fancy extra-large phones, and you want the best that Infinix could ever offer on its Note phones right now, then the Note 11 Pro is the best Infinix phone for you in 2022, no cap.

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5. Infinix Note 11

  • 6.7 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), AMOLED display.
  • 393 PPI density, 60Hz refresh rate
  • 50MP triple rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G88 (12nm) processor.
  • 4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 10.
  • 5000 mAh battery
  • 33W fast wired charging.
  • Price: ₦113,000 – 120,000
Izzi Boye

Buy now: Infinix Note 11 (4/128GB), ₦113,000, Jumia.

At a slightly reduced price tag than the Note 11 Pro, here’s all you’ll get on the vanilla Infini Note 11 model.

First, is a slightly, more compact 6.7 inches AMOLED display with no high refresh rate, instead of a 64MP main cam as seen on the Pro model, you now get a 50MP variant, and you lose out on the telephoto sensor as there is no trace of one here, instead, you get a 2MP depth sensor and a third QVGA sensor.

For performance, you get a MediaTek Helio G88 processor which is still plenty fast if you asked me, and you get the same 5000 mAh battery as on the Pro model, with same 33W fast wired charging.

All these, just for a starting price of about ₦108,600.

So, the take here is;

If between the Note 11 Pro and the vanilla model, you get to decide between having a high refresh rate display on top of an LCD panel, or an AMOLED panel with no high refresh rates.

Or maybe you love everything about the 11 Pro but it just seems too big for your hands, then the Note 11 at 6.7 inches, though it’s still not a compact phone by any means, still, it’s a lot smaller than the Pro model.

Or if the price of the Note 11 Pro was your problem, then at a slightly reduced price tag and specs, you can settle for the vanilla Note 11, it’s still one of the best Infinix Note phones to buy in 2022.

6. Infinix Note 11i

  • 6.95 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 387 PPI density, 60Hz refresh rate
  • 48MP triple rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G85 (12nm) processor.
  • 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.6
  • 5000 mAh battery
  • 18W fast wired charging.
  • Price: ₦92,500

Buy now: Infinix Note 11i (4/64GB), ₦92,500, Jumia.

And climbing down the price ladder even further, we have the Infini Note 11i, and this one shaves off a lot of specs from the first two Note models we spoke about just so it can bring the price down to less than a hundred thousand nairas.

So, on here, you’re getting the same humongous 6.95 inches 1080p display as we saw on the Note 11 Pro model, and as the Note 11 Pro, it’s an LCD panel instead of AMOLED like we saw on the vanilla Note 11, but still like the Note 11, it doesn’t have a high refresh rate.

Coming down to the performance, it uses a MediaTek Helio G85 which is very similar to the Helio G88 that was used on the Note 11, it comes with a single RAM and storage selection of 4GB and 64GB RAM and storage capacities, respectively.

The camera here consists of a 48MP main cam, and it is complemented by two separate 2MP sensors with one acting as a macro cam, and the other one used for depth.

The battery is kept the same at 5000 mAh, but the charging speed has been downgraded to just 18W.

So, the thing is;

If the Note 11 and 11 Pro are too expensive for you to afford, but you still want an Infinix Note device with the newest hardware and software, then you should probably consider taking a closer look at the Note 11i model which strips just enough specs from the vanilla and Pro model, in order to make it less expensive for anyone to afford.

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7. Infinix Note 10 Pro

  • 6.95 Inches, 1080p (Full HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 90Hz screen refresh rate.
  • 64MP quad rear cameras.
  • 16MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G95 (12nm) processor.
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.6 Dolphin.
  • 5000mAh Battery
  • 33W fast charging.
  • Price: ₦115,000 – 157,000
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Buy now: Infinix Note 10 Pro (8/128GB), ₦129,500, Jumia.

Coming down to the predecessors of the Infinix Note 11 models, we have the Infinix Note 10 Pro, a smartphone that once marked the pinnacle of Infinix’s technological prowess in the Note department, and in a way, it still does so.

So, we’re looking at a 6.95 inches 1080p LCD display, one that runs at a 90Hz screen refresh rate, it’s got a quad-camera setup on the rear, a 64MP main cam, an 8MP ultrawide, one 2MP sensor for depth sensing, and the other one acting as a monochrome sensor, while on the sits a 16MP imager.

The Infinix Note 10 Pro runs on a MediaTek Helio G95 processor which is basically the same G96 chipset on the Note 11 Pro with a different GPU.

Compare: MediaTek Helio G95 vs G96.

It has 8GB of RAM with 128GB storage capacity, and it’s powered by a 5000 mAh capacity battery, complete with 33W fast charging.

It costs way less than the Note 11 Pro at this point but gives you very similar specs and features.

So, if you can’t afford the Note 11 Pro, but still want something as powerful, large, and refined as it, then its current outgoing predecessor, the Infinix Note 10 Pro is simply the best Infinix phone you can get right now that will deliver the same experience you’d get with the 11 Pro, albeit while costing less.

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Best Infinix Hot phones for 2022

8. Infinix Hot 11

  • 6.82 Inches, 720p (HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 90Hz screen refresh rate.
  • 50MP triple rear cameras.
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G37 processor.
  • 4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 8
  • 6000 mAh Battery
  • Price: ₦80,000 – 100,000
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Buy now: Infinix Hot 11 (4/128GB), ₦92,500, Jumia.

If you’re looking for the latest and “hottest” Infinix Hot phone on the market right now, then it’s none other than the Infinix Hot 11.

Announced in late 2021, the Hot 11 packs a note-sized 6.82 inches 720p LCD display and runs at a 90Hz refresh rate.

The processor used here is a MediaTek Helio G37 variant, a huge downgrade from the Helio G70 used on the Hot 10 last year, but I guess Infinix had to cut corners so it can keep the price of this phone reasonable.

It packs a 50MP triple rear camera, comes running Android version 11 out of the box with Infinix’s latest XOS 8 UI on top of it, and it carries a humongous 6000 mAh capacity battery with it.

So, like I said, if all you care for is the latest and hottest Infinix phone on the market right now, then the Hot 11 is probably the best phone for you in 2022.

9. Infinix Hot 10T

  • 6.82 Inches, 720p (HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 90Hz screen refresh rate.
  • 48MP triple rear camera setup.
  • 8MP Front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G70 (12nm) processor.
  • 4GB RAM + 64/128GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.6 Dolphin.
  • 5000 mAh battery
  • 10W charging.
  • Price: ₦73,000 – 95,000
Izzi Boye

Buy now: Infinix Hot 10T (4/64GB), ₦87,500, Jumia.

The Infinix Hot 10T was announced in mid-2021, and till now, it still remains one of the best Infinix Hot smartphones and most recommended Infinix phone in the market right now, even better than the latest Hot 11 in some ways.

So, for starters, you’re getting the same 6.82 inches 720p LCD display as on the Hot 11, complete with a 90Hz refresh rate, comes with a 48MP triple rear camera instead of 50MP, the battery here is a 5000 mAh capacity cell, that is 1000 less than the Hot 11, but where it shines and beats the 11 is on the chipset.

So, while the Hot 11 was being dragged behind by an Helio G37 processor, the Infini Hot 10T actually came with an Helio G70, can you beat that?

Personally, I even see the Hot 10T as a better choice to buy over the Hot 11, because at a cheaper price, you get almost the same specs across both phones and faster performance on the 10T.

So, in conclusion, if you know you care about the performance of your smartphone, and you’re looking for one of the fastest running Infinix Hot phones you can get right now, then the Hot 10T is undoubtedly the best Infinix phone for that, but if all you care about is buying and using the latest Infinix Hot phones, well, there is the Hot 11 with a less performing processor.

10. Infinix Hot 10

  • 6.78 Inches, 720p (HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 16MP quad rear cameras.
  • 8MP Front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G70 (12nm) processor.
  • 3GB RAM + 64GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 10 + XOS 6.0
  • 5000 mAh battery
  • 10W charging.
  • Price: ₦69,000 – 85,000

Buy now: Infinix Hot 10 (3/64GB), ₦69,000 – 85,000, Jiji NG.

The Infinix Hot 10 was announced in late 2020, it used to be the best and most popular Infinix Hot phone, until the Hot 10T.

But does that make it any less of a good Infinix device?

Definitely not.

So, slightly moving from the humongous 6.82 inches display sizes we’ve been seeing on other Infinix Hot phones, the Hot 10 comes with a 6.78 inches size LCD display and has no high screen refresh rate.

It uses the same MediaTek Helio G70 chipset as its “T” sibling, swaps the 48MP main camera in favor of a 16MP variant, and keeps the 5000 mAh capacity battery.

So, the take here is;

If you need something that is as powerful as the Hot 10T without spending the “T” kind of money, then at a slightly lower price, you can buy what used to be the best Infinix phones in 2020, the original Infinix Hot 10.

11. Infinix Hot 10i

  • 6.52 Inches, 720p (HD+), IPS LCD display.
  • 13MP dual rear camera setup.
  • 5MP Front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio G70 (12 nm) processor.
  • 2GB RAM + 32/64GB internal storage.
  • Android™ 11 + XOS 7.5 Dolphin.
  • 6000 mAh battery
  • 10W charging.
  • Price: ₦56,000 – 69,000

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In a bid to bring the price down even lower, the Infinix Hot 10i strips all the specs from the Hot 10 and 10T, but keeps the MediaTek Helio G70 processor, and even ups the battery capacity to 6000 mAh.

So, it comes with a 6.52 inches display, no high refresh rates here, the main rear camera has been downgraded to just 13MP, and the front one now uses a 5MP variant.

You get 2GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of internal storage, like I said, you get to keep the Helio G70 processor from the 10 and 10T, which is what makes this phone irresistible at this price point, and you also get a generous 6000 mAh battery, something that was lacking on the 10 and 10T.

So, the take here is;

If you want the same performance as on the Hot 10 and Hot 10T, but want to spend less, and at the expense of other specs like the cameras and display, then the Infinix Hot 10i is the only Infinix phone at this price point that can deliver that to you right now, earning it a worthy place on our list of best Infinix smartphones that you can buy in 2022.

The best Infinix Smart phones for 2022

12. Infinix Smart 5

  • 6.6 Inches, 720p(HD+), LCD display.
  • 8MP + QVGA sensor.
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • MediaTek Helio A20 (12 nm) processor.
  • 2GB RAM + 32GB Storage.
  • Android™ 10 (Go edition) + XOS 6 Dolphin.
  • 5000 mAh battery.
  • Price: ₦48,000 – 52,000

Buy now

The Infinix Smart 5 is currently among the cheapest android-10-powered Infinix mobile phones that you can find in the market right now.

It is an entry-level device, and as such, it is powered by a low-tier MediaTek Helio A20 processor, comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage capacity.

You get an 8MP camera on both the front and back, a large 6.6 Inches display, with a 5000 mAh battery.

So, if you need the cheapest Infinix phone that money can buy right now, and you don’t give too much concern about the low-tier specs and all that, then coming in at just ₦48,000, the Infinix Smart 5 might just be the best Infinix smartphone for you.

And that wraps it up for today on our recommended and 12 best Infinix smartphones that you can buy in 2022, kindly leave a comment in the comments section below, telling us which of these phones you think is the best one for you according to your budget.

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