With only a few suppliers to choose from, smartphones tend to share the same exact specs and features, and the only way to stand out is to be creative in designing products. That’s exactly what Infinix did with the GT 10 Pro.

Infinix‘s line-up has always appealed to those who want bang-for-the-buck smartphones. With its looks, this new one clearly achieves that. But does it hold up when we dig deeper? We found out in our Infinix GT 10 Pro review.

Infinix GT 10 Pro Specs

  • Android 13, Pure XOS 13
  • Dual SIM, Dual standby
  • 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution, 395ppi
  • 60Hz/90Hz/120Hz refresh rate, 900-nits peak brightness
  • 3.0GHz MediaTek Dimensity 8050 octa-core processor
  • Mali-G77 MC9 GPU
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage, expandable via microSD
  • 32-megapixel front camera, dual-LED flash
  • 108-megapixel (f/1.8) + 2-megapixel (macro) + 2-megapixel (depth sensor) rear cameras, LED flash
  • Stereo speakers
  • Headphone jack
  • In-display fingerprint scanner, Face unlock
  • HSPA+, 4G LTE, 5G
  • WiFi 6, dual-band
  • Bluetooth, NFC
  • FM radio
  • USB Type-C
  • Dimensions: 162.7 x 75.9 x 8.1mm
  • Weight: 187g
  • Colors: Cyber Black, Mirage Silver
  • 5,000mAh non-removable battery, 45W charging

Design and Build Quality

The Infinix GT 10 Pro features a Cyber-Mecha design, with aggressive design touches, a good blend of orange and blue colors, and an LED indicator next to the cameras. There are different elements behind the plastic back, creating an attractive 3D appearance.


It sure looks unique, easily standing out with any other phones we’ve seen before. The said LED indicator looks really cool as it lights up when you get notifications, gaming, charging, or playing music.

However, it uses plastic all around due to budget constraints. After all, it’s a midrange device. Both the back panel and the frame are plastic, with a shiny texture that makes it smooth, albeit a heavy fingerprint magnet.


On the upside, the use of plastic in the Infinix GT 10 Pro, as well as the flat edges, made it feel really comfortable to hold even after an extended amount of time. Perfect if you’re gaming or binge-watching.

Taking a tour, there’s a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen on the front with thin bezels, but definitely not the thinnest we’ve seen. There’s a punch-hole on top for the selfie camera. It also has a fingerprint scanner underneath.


The top has a secondary microphone and stereo speakers. At the bottom, we have the 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port, and the primary microphone and loudspeaker.


On the top left, we have a SIM tray that can hold two nano SIMs and a microSD card. The right side has the lock/power switch below the volume controls. The buttons are clicky but definitely feel plasticky.


At the back, we have the triple camera setup, a large ring LED flash, and the Infinix GT logo at the bottom.


The Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G’s aggressive and distinct look clearly stands out among the rest. Using plastic also turned out to be an advantage instead of an issue. We just hope that it had ingress protection, but I guess that’s too much to ask for the price.

Display and Sound Quality

Enough of the back, let’s take a deeper look at what’s in front of the Infinix GT 10 Pro. What we’re looking at here is a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, with an apt 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution, 900-nits peak brightness, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and high 1920Hz PWM dimming to keep your eyes safe.


Display quality is just superb, especially with that price tag. The colors do pop and the contrast is deep — as they should be for an AMOLED panel. The screen brightness might not be as advertised, but still enough for outdoor use.

The adaptive refresh rate lets you choose between 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz, or go with Auto Switch, so it applies the right refresh rate you need depending on what you’re doing. We left it at Auto for better energy efficiency. It does make the interface really smooth and buttery, although games are limited to lower refresh rates.


For the stereo speakers, the one at the bottom is louder compared to the one on top, which also works as the earpiece during calls. Still, they offer good loudness and sound balance. Plus, it has audible stereo separation that’s great for hearing footsteps in shooter games. No complaints here.

Hardware and Performance

The Infinix GT 10 Pro is powered by a 3.0GHz MediaTek Dimensity 8050 octa-core processor, with Mali-G77 MC9 GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of UFS 3.1 expandable storage.

Infinix GT 10 Pro Benchmark Scores


Its performance in basic tasks is smooth, no surprises there. From taking pictures, web browsing, video calls, streaming videos, and listening to music.

Built for gaming, the Infinix GT 10 Pro handled most titles well. We were able to comfortably play Call of Duty Mobile under Very High graphics and Max frame rate; Farlight 84 at HD graphics, Very High Frame Rate, and High resolution; and Genshin Impact under Medium.


Unfortunately, some games are capped at 60fps, but we didn’t find it an issue, even in shooter games.

It’s also not safe from throttling, especially after 20 to 30 minutes of gaming. However, drops in frame rates are barely noticeable, and no overheating is felt in the back panel. So overall, we’re satisfied with its gaming performance.

Software and User Interface

The Infinix GT 10 Pro runs on Android 13-based XOS 13.1 for GT, which is possibly the worst UI we’ve seen in a while. We wish Infinix just stuck with the standard XOS version on this one.


We have some complaints here. For one, disabling the keyboard haptics is quite complex. Unlike most Android interfaces, disabling haptics in the Sound & Vibration is not enough. Instead, you have to go to the special Vibration & Haptics section in the Accessibility settings.


In addition, you have to disable the Privacy Protection — which is enabled by default — on photos when sharing photos using the Nearby Share feature. If not, you’ll get an error every time you try to share photos on other Android devices.


On the upside, we like how Infinix managed to keep the bloatware at a minimum, with the unnecessary apps being uninstalled easily. Plus, the special Mecha player theme compliments the overall look of the device.


There’s also a built-in FM radio, but you need to plug in a 3.5mm headphone jack. An app called Phone Master scans your device for any junk files, has an Antivirus system, a Phone Cooler that checks the internal temperature, and RAM management.

You can tap the Boost Now feature if you feel like there are a bunch of apps running in the background and want a quick way to free up RAM space.


The camera app is fine to use and intuitive. However, we wish Infinix would stop using the term “AI Cam” and just stick with the normal “Photo” naming, so they don’t confuse people who don’t want to use any AI processing on their photos.

It uses Emoji keyboard by default, which we actually really like and may prefer over the Google Keyboard we see on other Android phones.

We sure have a lot of concerns with the interface of the Infinix GT 10 Pro. While it was still usable, we wish Infinix would roll out fixes and optimizes as soon as possible, or use the standard XOS version instead.

Camera Quality

Unlike most midrange phones, the Infinix GT 10 Pro is not primarily marketed as a photography-centric smartphone. Hence the lack of a telephoto or ultra-wide lens. Fortunately, the 108-megapixel main shooter is quite impressive.


That said, it’s only joined by two obligatory sensors. There’s a 2-megapixel one with a macro lens while the other 2-megapixel shooter is for depth sensing. A 32-megapixel camera is placed on the front for selfies.

Now, for the quality. The main 108-megapixel camera takes decent photos in good lighting, especially outdoors. The colors are a bit lackluster, but the dynamic range is acceptable, and the details are impressive. Oh, and if you want consistent colors, forget the AI mode.

108-megapixel camera
108-megapixel camera
108-megapixel camera
108-megapixel camera
108-megapixel camera

Thanks to the sharp sensor, the camera can do 2x zoom by cropping on the image. Unsurprisingly, there’s a drop in sharpness. It’s fine to use if you really need to, but we suggest you just physically get close to the subject instead of using this.

1x | 2x

Low-light shots are also passable, even without using the Super Night mode. They have enough detail with enough exposure. Use the special mode to get an even brighter image with good processing, especially in the colors and dynamic range.


Taking portraits was good with the help of the dedicated depth sensor. It has a believable bokeh effect, but there seems to be no way to adjust the blur intensity after the shot is taken.

Portrait Mode

Meanwhile, the 2-megapixel macro camera lets you get really close to a subject, but don’t expect too much from its quality. It’s okay, but not really good.

2-megapixel macro

Meanwhile, the 32-megapixel takes selfies with a lot of detail and wide dynamic range. The colors, just like the main camera, are just fine, albeit feel a bit muted. It has no problems taking photos in low light.

32-megapixel selfie camera
32-megapixel selfie camera

Overall, the cameras on the Infinix GT 10 Pro give satisfactory performance. However, the color processing could be better. We’re a bit bummed out that it didn’t get to have an ultra-wide lens.


The Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G has a 5,000mAh battery like every other midrange smartphone in the market. It is paired with a 45W fast charger.


On PCMark’s battery test, it was able to last for 10 hours and 32 minutes after a loop of synthetic workload with the Bluetooth and WiFi off and screen brightness and volume at 50%.

That’s not the best score we’ve got on a device at this price, but also not the worst. In real-world use, we were able to end the day with a 10-15% charge. That’s with casual web browsing over 5G, listening to Spotify over Bluetooth on our commute, taking pictures, texts, calls, and watching Netflix.


Does the Infinix GT 10 Pro hold up if you look past its aggressive, unique, and eye-catching design? It sure does. It’s Infinix, after all, a brand known to offer impressive specs for the price.


It has a large and colorful display, a decent battery life, and a reliable performance that can also game. These are the features that people want on a bang-for-the-buck smartphone.

However, those who value the overall user experience might not be happy as Infinix has a lot of work to do on the software. Also, if taking photos is a top priority, you might skip this one too.

Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G price and specs in the Philippines

Unfortunately, there’s no word yet if the GT 10 Pro 5G will ever make it here in the Philippines. But to give you an idea, it’s being sold in select markets at around USD240, which is about Php13,400 when directly converted to Philippine Pesos.


  • Unique, attractive mecha design
  • Superb display
  • Decent battery life
  • Reliable all-around performance


  • User Interface needs a lot of work
  • Image processing could be better
  • Going with an ultra-wide would’ve been better

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