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Infinix Hot 20S

Infinix Hot 20S
Infinix Hot 20S Price in Nigeria

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Like every other ‘S’ device on the Infinix lineup, the Infinix Hot 20S was designed to be one of the company’s best. It features a competitive display, best-in-class battery (for its category), and a whopping 50 MP camera, spearheading a triple camera setup. 


You must be willing to shell out a healthy amount of money to have one of the company’s best devices on sale. The first half of this guide will outline the Infinix Hot 20S price in Nigeria across different e-commerce stores to help you understand how much you have to spend to get one.

After that, you’ll learn crucial technical specifications about the Infinix Hot 20S, from the number of pixels on its screen to an analysis of the four cameras on its back. In other words, here’s your ultimate buying guide for the Hot 20S in Nigeria.


What’s the Infinix Hot 20S Price in Nigeria?

The Infinix Hot 20S is easily one of Infinix’s higher-end smartphones, placing it near the top of the brand’s pricing hierarchy. Here’s the Infinix Hot 20S price in Nigeria to help you understand how much you should pay.

Infinix Hot 20S Price on Jumia

While Infinix has announced the Hot 20S, it doesn’t seem like it has stocked it on Nigeria’s popular e-commerce stores. As you can and will see below, the device is still unavailable on Jumia and Konga, which is a bummer.

Infinix Hot 20SUnavailable

Infinix Hot 20S Price on Jiji

Your best chance of getting the Hot 20S early is on Jiji, where the smartphone has a few sellers hinting the likely price it will sell for when it releases to the public soon.

Infinix Hot 20S 128 GBN130,000

Infinix Hot 20S Price on Konga

Infinix Hot 20S 128 GBUnavailable

Infinix Hot 20S Specifications


The display is almost the same as its predecessor, the Infinix Hot 11s, featuring a huge 6.78 inches IPS LCD with a peak brightness of 500 nits. However, while the Hot 11s only has a maximum refresh rate of 90Hz, the Hot 20S is capable of 120Hz, making it feel a bit smoother.


The Hot 20S likely shares the same screen as the Hot 11s, but Infinix intentionally locks the refresh rate on the latter to 90Hz to make the Hot 20S an easier sell. Bottom line: the only way to get a 120Hz refresh rate on an Infinix ‘S’ device is by buying the Hot 20S.


The Mediatek Helio G96, on the Infinix Hot 20S, is one of the best chips Infinix has ever put on a smartphone, and it’s nothing short of amazing. It handles regular tasks like photo and video recording like a champ and playing high-end mobile games without breaking a sweat. 

The Helio G96 is supported by a Mali-G57 MC2 graphics chip to enhance its gaming performance, matching it to the levels of other devices in its price range. 


The Infinix Hot 20S uses a 5000 mAh battery which appears to be the only size the company has for mobile devices. Since the phone uses a higher-resolution display and a faster processor than most phones from the same manufacturer, you should expect the battery to be slightly weaker. However, it lasts long enough that you’ll never need to buy a power bank when using your Hot 20S.


The Hot 20S has a triple camera setup consisting of a large 50 MP sensor with f/1.6 aperture as the primary camera. There’s also a 2 MP camera on the back for depth and another 2 MP sensor for macro, making it capable of both macro and portrait bokeh.

On the front, there’s a single 8 MP camera with a dual LED flash capable of capturing 1080p video at 30fps. The rear camera peaks at 1440p at 30fps, which still isn’t decent enough to justify the amount Infinix asks for this smartphone.

RAM/Internal Storage

Unlike most phones on the Infinix lineup, the Infinix Hot 20S doesn’t have several variants that feature different RAM and internal storage sizes. Instead, there’s a single version of the phone with 8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage, which is more than enough for what the average Nigerian needs in a phone.

If you need more (it’s unlikely), there’s a dedicated MicroSD card slot for expandable storage, capable of handling several hundred gigabytes of SD card too.


While Infinix often markets the Infinix Hot 20S as a top-of-the-line product, it doesn’t have an IP rating, which has become very common on high-end devices. If you’re hoping to purchase a device that lets you take underwater photos, reconsider your options and keep saving.

Operating System

The Infinix Hot 20S ships with Infinix’s custom Android 12 skin, XOS 12. While the company didn’t confirm whether it will be bringing Android 13 to the Hot 20S, it most likely won’t, as Infinix isn’t exactly famous for providing updates for devices it markets to customers. If you’re a fan of OS updates on Android, buy Samsung or OnePlus.


This device has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner built right into the power button. Pressing the power button unlocks the device instantly, making it difficult to see the lock screen. If you want to see the beauty of your lock screen, try pressing it with your fingernails and not your thumb itself.


The Infinix Hot 20S is relatively expensive compared to other offerings from the same manufacturer, and the extra cost is justified. With a high-res display, Helio G96 processor, and 8GB of RAM, you’ll hardly find a device that packs similar specs at the same price.

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Infinix Hot 20S – user opinions and reviews

the screen is automatic, it switch mhz according to content and used app. but you can still force it to use 120hz. the charging take maybe 2 hours.i use my battery from 40% to 90% to avoid battery deterioration. battery life is good. – Claudesp33d

It’s really amazing phone with it’s really compatible features and outstanding performance – Bhai jan

It’s really amazing phone with it’s really compatible features and outstanding pperformance – Pen!s

Is it normal for the phone to heat up to 45° when playing outside a game like Pubg in 120hz and the weather is hot? – G


The Infinix Hot 20S is one of the company’s latest and greatest, and it matches its performance with an impeccable look.  If you’re looking to pay over ₦100,000 for a smartphone capable of some mobile gaming, the Hot 20S is one of the few new devices worth considering.


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