What makes Infinix Hot Note, Zero 2 and TECNO Phantom 5 so hot?

Posted by Mister Mobility

These three smartphones haave generated the most interest on MobilityArena.com in the last three months – Infinix Hot Note, Infinix Zero 2, and TECNO Phantom 5, in that order.

Infinix Hot Note X551

Straight up, the hot note’s beefy 4,000mAh battery makes it an absolute delight for many. Couple that with the large 5.5-inch display and you have a winner. We love them big and long-lasting. No; don’t even think of that other one; clean up your mind.

Hot Note X551 specifications | Hot Note review

Infinix Zero 2 X509

On the other hand, the Zero 2 doesn’t have a beefy battery or a large display. It is a handy 5-inch business with an unimpressive 2,300 mAh battery. But what it lacks in size and longevity, the Zero 2 makes up for in being the equivalent of a flagship on a budget. An Octa-core 2.0GHz processor is hard to find in certain quarters, making the Zero 2 the power user’s delight.

Zero 2 X509 specifications | Infinix Zero 2 review

TECNO Phantom 5

Last on this list of hot smartphones is the big Phantom, TECNO’s first foray into the premium market. It is an impressive piece of work, both in terms of hardware and software. The 3,000 mAh battery keeps the phone going all day, it has a camera that matches some of the best names in the market, great audio reproduction, and a vivid display – all packed in a beautifully crafted shell and costing far less than flagships from bigger brands.

What is there not to like about it? Small wonder that it continues to attract readers.

TECNO Phantom 5 specifications | TECNO Phantom 5 review.

There you have them, the three top smartphones based on page views here on MobilityArena.com.


  1. Infinix hot note is just the best among other ones. I have a sister that uses the phone and it is simply awesome.

  2. All the phones are good but the Phantom has really amazing specs + it is Tecno, a well known brand.

  3. Nice piece. I don’t think I like the design of the Infinix phones. The Phantom looks better!

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