We Tried Out the Gaming Smartphone ‘Infinix GT 10 Pro.’ Here’s what we think

Do you know what sucks about Mobile gaming besides a slow internet connection? A laggy phone. Nothing compares to the frustrations of whiffing just because your phone decided to toy with you by glitching or lagging. 

But worry no more since the new Infinix GT 10 Pro is here. 

We got to test this new model, and here’s what we think. 

Inside The Box

The Infinix GT 10 Pro comes in a heavy-duty pull-out box. The box provides enough protection for the phone. Not only that, but the box is also designed to be used as a charging port or a speaker. 

Inside, you will find an installation guide for the Infinix GT 10 Pro box. The guide also houses a free phone case and tempered glass for the phone. And of course, the Infinix GT 10 Pro itself. 

Other inclusions: 

  • Type C cable 
  • Adapter
  • Earphone
  • Sim Ejector Tool



What makes the Infinix GT 10 Pro unique is its futuristic design. When you look at the front, it may look like an ordinary Android phone, but when you turn to the back, it reveals a rather mechanical vibe called the Cyber-Mecha design.

The back panel houses customizable LED indicator lights that light up when incoming calls and notifications occur. Moreover, there are also three cameras and a LED quad flash. The design is also quite interactive; when angled to hit the light, it looks like the back moves on its own. 

Front and Side

The front panel is equipped with a 6.67-inch 10-bit FHD +AMOLED display. This phone gives justice to game graphics since it has a variable refresh rate of 60Hz, 90Hz, or 12Hz. The screen is smooth to the touch, allowing users to easily move their fingers around it when playing.

Like other mobile phones, the Infinix GT 10 Pro houses the power and volume button on one side and the sim port on the other. 



  • Dimensions
    • 162.7 x 75.9 x 8.1 mm (6.41 x 2.99 x 0.32 in)
  • Weight
    • 187 g (6.60 oz)
  • SIM
    • Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)


  • Type
    • AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, 900 nits (peak)
  • Size
    • 6.67 inches, 107.4 cm2 (~87.0% screen-to-body ratio)
  • Resolution
    • 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~395 ppi density)


  • OS
    • Android 13, XOS 13
  • Chipset
    • Mediatek Dimensity 8050 (6 nm)
  • CPU
    • Octa-core (1×3.0 GHz Cortex-A78 & 3×2.6 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
  • GPU
    • Mali-G77 MC9


  • Card Slot
    • microSDXC (dedicated slot)
  • Internal
    • 256GB 16GB (8+8GB RAM)


  • Triple
    • 108 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/1.67″, AF
    • 2 MP, (macro)
    • 2 MP, (depth)
  • Features
    • Quad-LED flash, HDR, panorama
  • Video
    • 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps


  • Single
    • 32 MP, f/2.5, (wide)
  • Features
    • Dual-LED flash
  • Video
    • 1440p@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps
  • Sound
    • Loudspeaker
    • 3.5mm jack


  • WLAN
    • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct
  • Bluetooth
  • Positioning
  • NFC
  • FM Radio
  • USB
    • USB Type-C 2.0


  • Sensors
    • Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass, gyro


  • Type
    • Li-Po 5000 mAh, non-removable
  • Charging
    • 45W wired, PD3


  • Cyber Black, Mirage Silve

What We Think of the New Infinix GT 10 Pro

Display and Media

As mentioned above, the Infinix GT Pro’s images flashed on the screen are sharp. We tried it out by playing a popular FPS mobile game. The graphics were clear, and the colors displayed were vibrant, giving justice to what you are playing or watching. 

Moreover, the Infinix GT 10 Pro’s audio quality seals the deal. The sound coming from the speakers is crisp and clear. The clear audio provides the user an even more immersive playing and watching experience. 


The Infinix GT Pro’s main camera can be quite a trickster. When you first open the camera app, you will be greeted with quite an unclear and low-quality image. However, when you take the photo and review it, it becomes clear. The main camera is fairly good for photo taking. The photo colors are vibrant, and the images are sharp.

Meanwhile, the selfie camera is good too. However, it could be clearer, but it’s decent for an Android phone. 

The video quality is good as well, but could be improved. The video result isn’t quite sharp, and the audio quality is average.

Performance and Charging

As mentioned, we tried playing a popular FPS game using the Infinix GT 10 Pro. We set the game’s resolution and frame rate on the highest settings. Even after playing a few multiplayer and one battle royale rounds, the game still runs smoothly. However, it does heat up after quite a while. 

For battery and charging, on the other hand, the phone’s battery lasts quite long. It also charges quickly. Even with the brightness being on the highest setting, the phone’s battery life still lasted. 

Final Verdict:

If you are looking for a budget gaming phone, the Infinix GT 10 Pro lives up to its name. Its slender design provides a good grip when playing. The user’s hands can be situated comfortably while holding the phone. It is lightweight and perfect for carrying around. 

Performance-wise, the Infinix GT 10 Pro is sure to keep up with your favorite mobile games no matter how heavy they are. It also charges fast, and the battery drains quite slowly, ensuring longer phone use. 

The Infinix GT 10 Pro is at a starting price of ₱ 13,365 for 8GB RAM and 256GB storage

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