Samsung A12 Vs Infinix HOT 10T: Which Is A Better Buy?
Infinix and Samsung are two major players in the African smartphone market. Both brands have managed to maintain their edge over other competitive brands through the consistent production of exceptional smartphones that meet the varying needs of gadget lovers within the space. Phones like the Infinix HOT 10 and the Samsung Galaxy A12 are one in the number of stellar products offered by both brands.
Both devices fall within the same range (the mid-range) and it might get a little tricky deciding which to pick if you walk into a store and are faced with both of them. We hope that we can give you a bit of clarity for your next shopping expedition through this comparison of the Infinix HOT 10T and Samsung Galaxy A12.
In terms of looks, we know that both brands always bring their A-game. The two smartphones are designed with beautiful frames and colors that are easy on the eyes. If we were to judge by looks, you’d definitely want to go home with both. But since we know that you’d prefer to walk away with either one of the two devices, we’d drill a little further.
Let’s start with something of interest to all our mobile game and Netflix lovers.
This is an all-important feature for smartphone entertainment. Whether it’s movie watching and game blasting, you want to be able to enjoy that from a big and sharp screen. To a large degree, both devices offer amazing displays. They both use a drop-notch screen that allows for a higher screen-to-body ratio and a better viewing experience. But here’s where the difference starts to kick in.
The Samsung Galaxy A12 uses a 6.52-inch HD+ screen while the Infinix HOT 10 pushes its screen size up to 6.82 inches. The Infinix HOT 10’s display is also high definition (just like Samsung’s A12) but it’s also specified that it has a 90Hz refresh rate. This translates to smoother images on the Infinix HOT 10T.
Another metric with which users can determine the quality of the display is the pixel count also known as resolution. Higher resolutions equal higher quality pictures. This explains why the 1080 movie on your laptop shows more detail than the 720p movie you downloaded from…you know where.