The Infinix Hot 2 is getting a bigger battery

by | Sep 30, 2015

The Infinix Hot 2 is the first Android One phone to be launched in Nigeria. Reasonably priced and competitively ‘specced’, the Infinix Hot 2 became an instant crowd’s favourite when it launched in Nigeria. So much so that over 5000 units are claimed to have sold out in the first 20 minutes.

However, one major complaint users have been having about the Infinix Hot 2 is battery life. Seeing as it features a measly 2200 mAh battery powering a quad-core processor, this comes as no surprise. Thankfully Infinix has listened.

Apparently, the OEM is on the verge of releasing a 3000 mAh battery replacement for Infinix Hot 2 users. There is no word whether this will come at a price of free of charge to users. We have reached out to Infinix for comments.

Múyìwá Mátùlúkò
Múyìwá Mátùlúkò

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