Infinix GT 10 Pro Unveils Color-Changing Back Panel and Mini LEDs

Infinix GT 10 Pro Mini LEDs Back

Images of the Infinix GT 10 Pro and regular GT 10 surfaced earlier this week. Those images showcased a semi-transparent back and gaming-centric design features. If you were waiting for more, the good news is that the official teasers of the phone have just been revealed! These teasers give a closer look at the sleek back design of the new phone.

In addition, the new videos and images showcase mini LEDs that Infinix placed at the back of the GT 10 Pro. What’s more interesting is that there is a color-changing feature, which gives the phone a brand-new outlook in seconds.

New Teasers Give a Detailed Look of the Infinix GT 10 Pro

The first highlight of the new teasers is the mini LEDs. These LEDs will be on the back of the GT 10 Pro. And they will create a “distinctive and interactive backlight interface.” For example, they will light up when the users launch a game and will change modes accordingly.

Infinix GT 10 Pro Mini LEDs Back

In addition, the Mini LEDs of the Infinix GT 10 Pro will work as a status indicator for charging and new notifications. But the mini LEDs are not the only cool thing about the new phone. The teasers have also showcased a color-changing back panel.

Currently, this color-changing feature seems to be exclusive to the Silver model. As you can see from the video embedded above, this feature changes the panel from steel blue to dusty pink. But it will only happen when you expose the GT 10 Pro to UV light.

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Infinix GT 10 Pro Color Options
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That’s pretty much it about the new teasers of the phone. Infinix is yet to reveal the full spec sheet of the device. But the image of the retail box has surfaced online. According to it, the Infinix GT 10 Pro will feature 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and Android 13 out of the box.

Infinix GT 10 Pro Packaging

Most importantly, Infinix has confirmed that the phone will run on XOS 13. It will offer a “clean environment” as the OS will be free from unnecessary bloatware and irritating advertisements.”

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