Leaked Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus images reveal a Nothing Phone-inspired design

Infinix GT 10 Pro renders
(Image credit: GSMArena)

What you need to know

  • Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus may come with a semi-translucent design similar to Nothing products.
  • It is an upcoming gaming smartphone reportedly launching in India in August 2023.
  • The Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus and its counterpart will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity chipsets.

The Infinix GT 10 Pro is a gaming-focused smartphone that will reportedly launch in India next month. New phone images obtained by GSMArena reveal a Nothing-inspired design on the rear of the Plus variant.

From the images, the Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus appears to be heavily inspired by Nothing Phone (1)'s and the recent Phone (2)'s semi-translucent design on the back. However, the rest of the device features a boxy design next to squared-off edges.

Although the design doesn't fully replicate Nothing phones' design, seeing the Infinix 10 GT Pro Plus for the first time would tell us where the inspiration came from. That said, the non-Plus variant may not have the same design, according to a Weibo post, which also reveals Full HD+ displays on both models.

The camera visor looks entirely different from the Nothing phone's design. According to GSMArena, a 108MP primary sensor will act as the primary camera. It will be further accompanied by two other sensors. Underneath, the device will feature a MediaTek Dimensity chipset, with the Weibo post revealing a Dimensity 8050 on the Plus and a Dimensity 1300 on the non-Plus.

Both phones will apparently sport 5,000mAh batteries and 8GB of RAM. The Plus was shown with 128GB of storage, while the non-Plus variant shows 256GB of storage, but there may likely be various configurations. GSMArena further notes games like PUBG, MLBB, and Free Fire would be specially optimized for the GT Pro Plus to enhance the gaming experience.

Like the Nothing Phone (2) and the Phone (1), the Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus will be featured in two color variants: white and dark gray. The device will apparently ship with Android 13-based XOS 13 out of the box.

Infinix GT 10 Pro renders

(Image credit: GSMArena)

The software experience is very familiar to the stock Android version, the aspect which Nothing has been seen implementing with its phones. As for the updates, GSMArena indicates it will only have one major Android version update next to two years of security updates, which is a bit disappointing.

Lastly, though the Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus is seemingly motivated by Nothing, the images don't showcase any kind of LED functionality similar to the Glyph interface. That said, it doesn't mean this isn't in the cards for the phone, although we'll have to wait for more details to be revealed.

Nothing CEO Carl Pei confirmed (in a recent tweet) that the Gylph LED interface is patented and will be exclusive to Nothing products, although it seems likely that other companies can come up with their own solutions. Pei further replied to an Infinix GT 10 Pro Plus-related tweet showcasing the Nothing-inspired concept, jokingly replying that it's "Time to get the lawyers ready!"

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Vishnu Sarangapurkar
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Vishnu works as a freelance News Writer for Android Central. For the past four years, he's been writing about consumer technology, primarily involving smartphones, laptops, and every other gizmo connected to the Internet. When he is away from keyboard, you can see him going on a long drive or chilling on a couch binge-watching some crime series.