Today, Infinix announced the Note 11 series promising several meaningful upgrades in almost every aspect, be it the cameras, display, performance, or design when compared to its predecessors.
The Infinix Note 11 series is made up of the Note 11 and Note 11 Pro with both being powered by the recently launched Mediatek Helio G96 4G processor – a chip that companies like to associate with gaming. Both models also sport unusually large IPS LCDs sized at 6.95-inches. The panels have an FHD+ resolution and support a 120Hz refresh rate. A touch sampling rate of 180Hz complements the ultra-smooth display.
The Note 11 Pro has a 64MP AI Triple Camera setup made up of a 64MP+13MP+2MP array along with a Quad-Flash Light. The 13MP telephoto lens is capable of 30X Telescope Zoom. On the front, a 16MP shooter should fulfil your video calling and selfie needs. Infinix promises that the camera takes fantastic photos in all lighting conditions, “giving users a one-stop-shop for functionality, power, and creativity.”
Both devices under the Note 11 series have 5,000 mAh batteries that can be filled up quickly at 33W. The Note 11 Pro on the other hand sports a UFS 2.2 storage with a capacity of 128 gigs. The RAM is ample at 8GB and can even be expanded to 11GB. The Infinix Note 11 Pro will be available in three colours, Mithril Grey, Haze Green, and Mist blue and will be priced at $249.