Infinix GT 20 Pro Review vs Infinix GT 10 Pro

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I previously reviewed the Infinix GT 10 Pro in August 2023; it was an excellent gaming, focused, affordable smartphone, though it was effectively the same hardware as the Infinix Note 30 VIP.

Infinix recently announced its successor, the GT 20 Pro, and I have been using it for the past few weeks.

While the underlying hardware is very similar to the previous generation, this is the most powerful phone Infinix has launched to date, thanks to the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Ultimate. It may not be the best chipset on the market, but I was impressed with it on the £549 Xiaomi 13T as it has an excellent balance of power and affordability. It also features a dual-chip design which uses a custom-made Pixelworks X5 Turbo Gaming Display Chip.

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Infinix GT 20 ProInfinix GT 10 ProInfinix Note 30 VIP
Display6.78 inches, 112.7 cm2 (~91.0% screen-to-body ratio)6.67 inches, (86.0% screen-to-body ratio)6.67 inches, (86.0% screen-to-body ratio)
AMOLED, 1B colors, 144Hz, 1300 nits (peak)AMOLED / 900 nits of peak brightness / 120Hz refreshAMOLED / 900 nits of peak brightness / 120Hz refresh
1080 x 2436 pixels (~388 ppi density)1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (393 ppi density)1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (393 ppi density)
360Hz Touch Sampling
ChipsetMediatek Dimensity 8200 Ultimate (4 nm)Mediatek Dimensity 8050 (6 nm)Mediatek Dimensity 8050 (6 nm)
1×3.1 GHz Cortex-A781x 3.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A781x 3.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A78
3×3.0 GHz Cortex-A783x 2.6 GHz Arm Cortex-A783x 2.6 GHz Arm Cortex-A78
4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A554x 2.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A554x 2.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A55
Mali-G610 MC6ARM Mali G77 MC9ARM Mali G77 MC9
UFS 3.1
Storage256GB + microSD256GB+ microSD
Rear Camera108 MP, f/1.8, 24mm (wide), 1/1.67″, 0.64µm, AF, OISMain: 108 MP, f/1.75, PDAFMain: 108 MP, f/1.75, PDAF
2 MP, (macro)Ultrawide: 2MPUltrawide: 2MP
2 MP, (depth)Depth: 2MP, f/2.4Depth: 2MP, f/2.4
Front Camera32 MP, f/2.2, 22mm (wide)32MP32MP
AudioNo 3.5mm jackSymetreical dual speakersDual Speaker by JBL
Dual Speaker by JBL3.5mm audio jack3.5mm audio jack
Battery5000 mAh5000mAh5000mAh
WiFiWiFi 6WiFi 6WiFi 6
IP RatingIP54Not listedIP53
Charging45W wired, PD345W 11v/4.1A68W wired fast charging
PD 3.050W wireless charging with optional charge stand
15W wireless charge pad included

Design and Display

Infinix GT 20 Pro vs Infinix GT 10 Pro Design
Infinix GT 20 Pro vs Infinix GT 10 Pro

The overall design is very similar to the previous generation; you have the same gaming-focused design but with new colour options.

The build quality feels decent, but it does have a plasticy body, which makes it nice and light. However, it doesn’t feel as premium as many other phones, which is fine, as this is priced accordingly.

On the rear of the phone, the semi-circle shape has LEDs which can be customised and activated when gaming.

While many big brands have long ditched the 3.5mm jack, many other brands producing affordable phones and gaming phones have retained it. I was therefore surprised to see it missing on this phone. I’ve personally committed to Bluetooth, so it isn’t a problem for me, but I can appreciate why many people find it appealing.

Infinix GT 20 Pro Display

Gaming Accessories

My review sample came in an attractive presentation box, which also included:

  • Phone case
  • Magnetic USB fan that can attach to the case
  • Two triggers to clip onto the phone
  • Two thumb sleeves to improve responsiveness and reduce smudging your screen


The camera modules are identical to the previous generation with a 108 MP 1/1.67″ sensor, which I think is the Samsung ISOCELL HM6 (S5KHM6) sensor. The two additional sensors are 2MP and effectively useless.

One difference between the previous generation is that the main sensor now appears to have optical image stabilisation, which can significantly reduce motion blur and provide more consistent shots.

The camera performance may not be the priority of this phone, but I found that it produces surprisingly good photos for an affordable phone.

Of course, it is limited by a single good sensor; any zoom you try to do is digital, and this quickly deteriorates the quality of the image. However, if you keep it at the default 3x zoom, the results are decent enough.

Portrait mode works well; it doesn’t add a significant amount of bokeh, but it still produces photos that look more impressive than the standard mode for taking photos of people, animals or even objects.

Within the additional modes, you have a sky shot, which will replace the sky with a nice blue sky. It does a good job and may be useful in some scenarios, but I prefer to keep things as natural as possible most of the time.

Video recording tops out at 4K 30fps for the main camera and 1080p 30fps for the selfie shooter. The footage is stabilised and looks good in daylight, but low-light videos are noisy and lack detail.

Performance and Benchmarks

When I reviewed the Xiaomi 13T, I wrote an article comparing the Dimensity 8200-Ultra Benchmarks vs Dimensity 8100 & Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and other chipsets.

I was impressed with the performance. It can’t compete with modern flagship chipsets, but it was better than the Snapdragon 888 in many tests and competed well against the Google Tensor, which was on the Google Pixel 6 series.

The Infinix GT 20 Pro also benchmarks well; it is fractionally behind with Geekbench and the Wildlife high score, but it performs better in Antutu and has barely any thermal throttling, allowing it to sustain performance in gaming for longer periods than the Xiaomi.

  • Antutu V10
    • Infinix GT 20 Pro: 923633
    • Xiaomi 13T: 896827
  • Geekbench 6
    • Infinix GT 20 Pro: 1090 / 3578
    • Xiaomi 13T: 1119 / 3733
  • 3DMark Wildlife Stress Test & Thermal Throttling (High Score / Low Score / Stability)
    • Infinix GT 20 Pro: 6316 / 6285 / 99.5%
    • Xiaomi 13T: 6485 / 5879 / 90.7%

Gaming Performance

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The Infinix GT 20 Pro is designed to provide a seamless gaming experience, with features like a 144Hz refresh rate, a custom-made Pixelworks X5 Turbo Gaming Display Chip, and a powerful MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Ultimate chipset. The phone is also the Official Gaming Phone for the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) and supports PUBG MOBILE in 120FPS, offering gamers an extraordinary and immersive mobile gaming experience. In comparison, the Infinix GT 10 Pro does not have the same level of gaming capabilities, making the Infinix GT 20 Pro a better option for serious gamers.

The XArena app provides you with a variety of customisation options that can help improve gaming performance and reminds me of the Game Space on Redmagic phones.

I am not a huge mobile gamer, but I played PUBG for a few hours and was impressed with the overall performance; there isn’t any noticeable difference between this and a flagship phone.

The thumb triggers are a handy accessory, but I didn’t find that the fan provided many benefits.

Battery Life and Charging

The Infinix GT 20 Pro has a 5000mAh battery, which is the same capacity as the Infinix GT 10 Pro.

It supports 45W Power Delivery 3.0 charging, which may not be as fast as some of the phones launched nowadays but is still perfectly adequate.

Battery performance is excellent, the chipset has a good balance of power and efficiency, and the large battery is more than enough to see you through a day of heavy use.

Android 14 and XOS 14

The GT 20 Pro runs Infinix’s XOS 14 skin based on Android 14.

Like most brands nowadays, the UI has quite a few modifications, but it is fairly intuitive to navigate.

There is some bloatware, but much less so than other brands, in particular Xiaomi. . Many of the included apps appear to be by Infinix rather, whereas other brands presumably get paid to pre-install loads of additional software.

Price, Availability and Alternatives

As always with Infinix, this will not be launched in the UK. It appears to have launched in India and Malaysia and will likely be available in other eastern markets.

The price appears to start at Rs 24,999, around £235 or $300. That’s around $50 more than the previous generation, which I don’t think is unreasonable as it is much more powerful.

The Poco x6 pro is probably the best alternative option, and it is priced at £299 in the UK. It has a better MediaTek Dimensity 8300-Ultra chipset and a more versatile camera, but it lacks the duel-chip design, and HyperOS has a lot of bloatware.


I have generally been impressed with all the Infinix phones. They may not be as refined as most bigger brands, but they always provide excellent bang for your buck.

The Infinix GT 20 Pro is no exception. I’d say this is a better phone overall than the previous generation. The GT 10 Pro was identical to the Note 30 VIP but with a gaming-focused design; it was a good phone; it just felt lazy launching the same phone under different names.

For now, the Infinix GT 20 Pro is the most powerful phone in the Infinix, and it feels much more like a gaming phone.

Infinix GT 20 Pro Review vs Infinix GT 10 Pro



The Infinix GT 20 Pro is a superb, affordable gaming phone that is well-suited to its target market. The performance is excellent, the main camera is decent, and the OS is not bogged down by too much bloatware.

  • Overall - 85%


  • Superb performance for the price
  • Excellent gaming features & performance
  • Handy gaming accessories included


  • No 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Only one useful camera sensor

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