List of Android 10 Supported Infinix Devices

Infinix is a Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer that was founded in 2012 under Transsion Holdings. Infinix is sold under the online-only model in India on e-commerce website Flipkart. It runs on the Android operating system and has a number of phones released starting with Infinix Hot Note, Zero 2, Zero 3 and a bunch of other phones in 2015. Infinix as said is under Transsion Holdings which also runs smartphone brand Tecno which means it has a widespread service network in India and other countries.

Google introduced Android back in 2007 and it has seen over 9 major iterations with hundreds of features, API, and changes that we have seen across the board. 2019 will see the tenth major iteration to the OS with Android 10 releasing soon. The Android 10 is presently in the beta phase with the fourth beta update available for all partnered devices signed up under Google’s Project Treble.

List of Android 10 Q Supported Infinix Devices

The official version was scheduled for launch in August. On September 3rd, Google officially released it as Android 10. It has also rolled out for Pixels smartphones the same day along with Essential Phones. Post it, the Android 10 will start rolling out for all partnered devices (Project Treble) which includes high-end devices from multiple brands such as Sony, OnePlus, Asus, Oppo, Vivo, and others. Smartphone OEMs will also start rolling out stock or custom upgrades to all supported users which could take almost a year depending upon the specs, release date, eligibility, and other factors.

Android 10 Features

Gesture Navigation: Welcome the new but optional Gesture-based navigation system on Android 10. It refrains from using any virtual buttons or even sliders and sticks to a minimalist yet futuristic approach where a slim slider at the bottom can do anything from taking you to the Home screen to app previews while the left & right edges can be used to go backward, a diagonal swipe will initiate Google Assistant and more.

Dark Theme: Google has officially introduced the Dark theme which changes the theme from usual whites to black. It takes away the excess strain on the eyes especially at night while consuming less battery than the usual theme. Almost all Google apps support Dark Theme and dozens of other third-party apps support it while many others are working to feature it as well.

Location Controls: The new OS brings his/her location controls to the user. Instead of using it at all time, now, the users can grant access to the location for any apps either at all time or deny it completely or just use it only when the app is active.

Privacy Controls: The user has now full control over privacy where they can select if an app is granted all the permission needed all the time or when it uses or never at all. Control app and web activities using a single tap within the Settings app with enhanced privacy controls.


Android Emergency Location Services: Android 10 brings Emergency Location Services or ELS onboard. It will automatically send your location to the ELS when an emergency call is placed on the phone to enable get assistance faster.

Smart Reply: With Android 10, now you will get Smart reply across Gmail and a bunch of messaging apps with more adding to it in a few weeks. Along with predicting replies, it also showcases a possible action button as well that will take you to the Google Maps if there’s any location in the message or YouTube if there’s a video and so on.

Focus Mode: Google has added a new feature within the Digital Wellbeing suite. Known as the Focus Mode, it is what it seems like. The feature enables focusing on your work rather than getting distracted due to notifications and whatnot popping up from any particular app. Add it to the Focus Mode list and you will not hear a thing until and unless you manually remove those apps from the said list.

List of Android 10 Supported Infinix Devices

Infinix Hot 7 Pro X625B

Infinix Hot 7 Pro X625B sports a MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor at 2.0 GHz maximum frequency along with 2/6GB and 32/64GB of internal storage. The device has a 6.2-inch IPS display with 4,000 mAh battery and has Android Pie 9.0 based X OS 5.0 which makes it one of the candidates to get Android 10 sometime next year.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix Hot 7 Pro

Infinix Hot 7 Pro is a higher mid-range category smartphone with Helio P22 processor at 2.39 GHz (max frequency) and 3/4GB RAM and 32/64 ROM. The device has a similar 6.2-inch IPS display similar to ‘Infinix Hot 7 Pro X625B’ along with Android Pie 9.0 onboard. Since the phone runs the latest OS available, it might get the update.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix Smart 3 Plus

The device runs on Helio A22 quad-core processor backed by PowerVR GE9300 GPU and has a 2GB RAM with 32GB of internal storage. The smartphones have a 6.21-inch IPS display with 720 x 1520 pixel resolution powered by 3,500 mAh battery and runs onboard Android 9.0 Pie-based X OS 5.0 as its operating system. It is also likely to get Android 10 sometime in 2020 although we aren’t 100% sure since Infinix hasn’t officially confirmed about the Android 10 supported Infinix devices.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix S4

The Infinix S4 sports a 6.21-inch IPS display as many other phones released this year and has an Helio P22 octa-core processor with 3+32GB and 6+64GB storage configuration to try. The device also has a massive 4,000 mAh battery and runs onboard Android Pie 9.0 based X OS 5.0 from Infinix which makes it a close contender to get Android 10 sometime in 2020 although we don’t guarantee it.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix Zero 6 Pro

The Infinix Zero 6 Pro does have a high-end 6.18-inch IPS display with 1080 x 2246 pixels powered by 3,650 mAh battery and has 128GB of internal storage and extrinsic 6GB of RAM at use. The device runs on the mid-range Snapdragon 636 octa-core processor and runs on X OS which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix Zero 6

The standard Infinix Zero 6 has almost the same features and specifications as its ‘Pro’ counterpart. It does have a Snapdragon 636 onboard with Adreno 509 GPU with 64GB internal storage with 6GB of RAM. The display is 6.18-inch diagonally with 1080 x 2246 pixels resolution which is the highest in Infinix phones. The device has an X OS based on Android 8.1 Oreo and citing its specifications, we could say it is most likely to get Android 10 update although let’s not put a permanent marking on it.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Infinix Hot 7

Next in this list is the Infinix Hot 7 which runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition. The device has a 1GB + 16GB of internal storage and runs on MediaTek MT6580P quad-core processor along with 4,000 mAh battery. The device is likely to get Android 10 Go Edition although we aren’t completely sure about it as Infinix hasn’t published a confirmed list of supported devices yet.
Status: It is likely to get Android 10 update
Date: To Be Announced

Released in the Year 2018

These are the smartphones released last year where they could possibly get Android 10, however, it solely depends on Infinix’s discretion where it could roll out updates or not for these devices not as a whole but by treating every phone as a different identity.

Model  Status
Infinix Smart 2 HD It might get Android 10
Infinix Hot 6X It might get Android 10
Infinix Note 5 Stylus It might get Android 10 [GO Edition]
Infinix S3X It might get Android 10
Infinix Smart 2 Pro It might get Android 10
Infinix Smart 2 Go Edition It might get Android 10 [Go Edition]
Infinix Smart 2 It might get Android 10
Infinix Note 5 It might get Android 10
Infinix Hot 6 Pro It might get Android 10
Infinix Hot 6 It might get Android 10
Infinix Hot S3 It might get Android 10


Released in the Year 2017, 2016 & 2015

Infinix Zero 5 Pro Infinix Zero 5 Infinix Hot 5
Infinix Hot 5 Lite Infinix Smart Infinix Note 4 Pro
Infinix Note 4 Infinix S2 Infinix Note 3 Pro
Infinix Note 3 Infinix Zero 4+ Infinix Zero 4
Infinix Hot 4 Pro Infinix Hot 4 Lite Infinix Hot 4
Infinix Hot S Infinix Hot 3 Infinix Zero 3
Infinix Note 2 Infinix Hot 2 Infinix Zero 2
Infinix Note

Why isn’t my phone eligible to get Android 10?


You might be wondering why your phone isn’t listed as eligible or even under “could get” list I created above but the thing is, there are simply too many factors and variables that can render any phone compatible or incompatible to get further upgrades. First up, Google develops an Android version which releases as stock for Pixel smartphones which are manufactured keeping the drivers upgraded to be compatible for a number of updates during the time the phone is released.

Since there are hundreds and thousands of configurations across more than 20 brands that support Android OS, this gives a lot of moving parts. First up, your phone must have the minimum required specifications needed for the upgrade. It must have specific drivers for the said upgrade. Furthermore, the OS is rolled out in a series where it goes from Google to OEMs where the latter does some changes with skins which delays the rollout a bit. Then there are devices which are locked under a carrier or telecom operator which again delays the rollout further. Since Android OEMs release tens of phones a year which means they won’t update all the phones launched while supporting all those released previously and thus, many of the phones aren’t updated even within the support period.

What should I do if my phone ain’t getting any upgrade?

If your phone is not supported to get Android 10 and you still want to try something new, try custom ROMs. Since you are using an Android OS which is open-source, you have limitless choices to make with custom ROMs where many of ‘em are based on AOSP. These custom ROMs are no joke when it comes to their installation but once set up, you can try a completely new UI with tonnes of features to try that the stock Android wouldn’t have yet.

You can try LineageOS 17 (upcoming custom ROM based on Android 10), or try from custom ROMs makers such as Havoc OS, Pixel Experience, Resurrection Remix OS, etc. Hope this extract satisfies your query on what you should do if your phone isn’t eligible for Android 10.


  1. with all these updates you’d think they would make an update for the infinix note 6 because am getting tired of this android 9. anyone with news on the infinix note 6 please let me know.

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