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Hisense revealed Infinity H11 Pro smartphone at CES 2018

14 January 2018 2

It has been three days since the official flag off of CES 2018 tech show. We are still getting news about the new products announced at the show last week. The latest one is Hisense Infinity H11 Pro smartphone with 18:9 display and dual camera.


Hisense is a brand often referable to TV, video projectors, and the entertainment industry. And now they have started their journey in the smartphone industry with a big-screen display and some advanced features. The infinity H11 Pro packs a giant 5.99-inch Full HD, 2.D IPS Screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2160x1080p resolution.


The device is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.2GHz. As per the report, it will be available in three variants with different memory and storage options. The first variant packs 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, whereas the second and third variants come with 6GB RAM with 64GB Storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB of internal storage respectively.


Speaking about the camera of the device, we have a rear dual-camera setup offered by a 12 Mega Pixel and 8 Mega Pixel sensors. Apart from that, a 20MP front-facing camera is dedicated for selfies. Infinity H11 supports 4G LTE connection and it has dimensions of 158.2 x 74.9 x 7.5 mm. All the variants will be powered by a 3400 mAh battery.

Hisense Infinity H11 Pro will hit the European markets for an unconfirmed price of €399.


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Hisense revealed Infinity H11 Pro smartphone at CES 2018
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SadhanaChauhan
SadhanaChauhan

The way Hisense announced their entry in the smartphone market with spectacular features and specifications, it reminds me of the first Rezer phone, which was also rocking.

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