Infinix has introduced a new low-cost smartphone in its Note series. The Infinix Note 11 Pro is the company’s latest budget smartphone and the Note 10’s successor.
First and foremost, the Note 11 series consists of the Note 11 Pro and Note 11, both of which are powered by the recently released Mediatek Helio G96 4G processor – a chip that companies like to associate with gaming. Both models also have unusually large 6.95-inch IPS LCD displays. The panels have an FHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The ultra-smooth display is complemented by a touch sampling rate of 180Hz.
In terms of cameras, the Infinix Note 11 Pro has a 64MP AI Triple Camera setup consisting of a 64MP+13MP+2MP array as well as a Quad-Flash Light. The 13MP telephoto lens has a 30X Telescope Zoom capability. On the front, a 16MP shooter should suffice for your selfies and video calls needs.
The standard Infinix Note 11, on the other hand, has a 50MP primary sensor and a 2MP telephoto sensor. Infinix claims that the camera takes fantastic photos in all lighting conditions.
The storage on the Note 11 Pro is UFS 2.2 and has a capacity of 128 GB. The RAM is ample at 8GB and can be expanded to 11GB. Both phones have 5000mAh batteries that can be charged quickly at 33W.
The Note 11 series has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and supports face unlocking for added security.
Infinix is also putting more emphasis on gaming with the phones, and has introduced a new Dar-link 2.0 software that employs AI to enhance gaming experience, image stability, and understand usage patterns in order to manage battery temperature and memory usage more effectively.
The Infinix Note 11 Pro is available in three colors: Mithril Grey, Haze Green, and Mist Blue, while the Infinix Note 11 is available in Graphite Black, Celestial Snow, and Glacier Green. The phone is priced at $249, which is roughly N103,000.