Infinix Smart 5 Pro unveiled with a 6,000 mAh battery at an affordable price


Infinix Mobility has launched its latest entry-level smartphone, the Infinix Smart 5 Pro, and it comes at a very affordable price. The phone comes with basic specifications and features that should be enough to do essential non-demanding tasks. In this article, we’ll go through the Infinix Smart 5 Pro specs and price. Without further ado, let’s get right into it.


Infinix Smart 5 Pro Price and Availability

The Infinix Smart 5 Pro is priced at PKR 14,999 (≈$83 or €74) in Pakistan. Like I said earlier, this is really affordable. Presently, the phone is only available in Pakistan where it first launched with no information on when it will be available internationally.


Infinix Smart 5 Pro Specs

The Infinix Smart 5 Pro comes with a large 6.52 inches TFT LCD display that has an HD+ resolution and 500 nits of maximum brightness with a waterdrop notch. The phone comes in a nice polycarbonate body and has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner for biometric security.


Under the hood, the Infinix Smart 5 Pro draws its power from an unstated octa-core processor which is speculated to be the UniSoc SC9863A SoC. It comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with a dedicated micro SD card slot for expanding the storage if need be.
As for software, the Smart 5 Pro comes running on the Android 11 Go edition with Infinix XOS 7.6 skin on top straight out of the box.


As for cameras, it has a dual rear setup that features a 13MP main camera and a QVGA sensor. It has an 8MP front-facing camera for all your selfie and video calls need.


Coming to the battery which is a top highlight, the Infinix Smart 5 has a huge 6,000 mAh battery that supports 10W charging speeds via its micro USB port.

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