Infinix calls the GT 10's design Cyber-Mecha and it features an LED indicator next to the camera. It's inspired by the cyberpunk sci-fi aesthetics and it appears as if the elements sit behind a see-through plastic back, creating a cool 3D look. Around the sides the frame is also made of plastic as build materials were clearly limited by the price tag.
The back is completely flat and the only thing sticking out is the camera island, which is home to three cameras, the circular LED flash and the LED indicator. The white bars are the only thing that lights up on the back, contrary to what the elements' appearance can make you believe. They light up only during gaming, incoming notifications and calls, and charging.
The device comes in two colors - Mirage Silver and Cyber Black. We have the latter version with orange accents, while the Mirage Silver sticks to just white and silver. Fingerprints and smudges can be seen at a certain angle, but because of the busy design aren't normally too bothersome. We would assume that the silver colorway is better in this regard as lighter colors tend to be.
As we mentioned earlier, the side frame is made of plastic. It has a glossy finish and smudges stick easily. The right side accommodates the power button and the volume rocker, while the left has only the triple card tray. It's not a hybrid slot, so you can simultaneously put two SIM cards and a microSD card. The bottom is home to the USB-C connector, one of the speaker grilles and a 3.5mm audio jack.
At the front, we see a 6.67-inch OLED panel with a centered punch-hole for the 32MP selfie camera. The side bezels are quite thin, while the top and bottom ones are slightly thicker. The earpiece that doubles as a second in the stereo setup is located at the top, its grille barely visible.
We are not a fan of the fingerprint scanner's location, though. It's too close to the bottom edge and requires awkward thumb stretching unless you hold the phone close to the bottom edge.
All in all, handling the Infinix GT 10 Pro is reasonably comfortable. Although glossy, the plastic surface on all sides provides decent grip. The flat sides feel fine to hold with two hands when gaming in landscape orientation, but one-handed operations are a bit uncomfortable due to the sharp edges.