Here’s everything you need to know about the next biggest, and second best smartphone from Infinix Mobility, the Infinix Note 7 smartphone for 2020.
Before now, the Infinix Note phones have always been the second in line, after the Zero series, although even the Zero series are beginning to lag behind in terms of spec, talmbout the Infinix Zero 6 smartphone from 2018.
So in my opinion, i’d say that the Infinix Note series are the best phones you can go for right now, if you want everything that Infinix can offer in a smartphone. Talk about the best displays on an Infinix phone, it has it, as a matter of fact, last year’s Infinix Note 6 came wielding a 6″ Inches AMOLED display, what of RAM, Storage, and processor, it’s got it too, and the most distinguishing feature of all, which is the X-Pen.
So having known all these amazing and distinguishing features of the Infinix Note phones from all other Infinix smartphones out there, what do we think Infinix will be bringing to the table with this year’s Infinix Note 7 smartphone?
Well, before we talk about that, let us walk down memory lane a bit, by first of all talking about the last year’s Infinix Note 6 smartphone, to see if we can draw some facts from there.
The Infinix Note 6 launched around June last year (2019). And as i said before, it came wielding a 6 inches AMOLED display, making it the second Infinix phone to have ever launch with an OLED display, since the days of the Infinix Zero 2 way back in 2015, and as well the first Infinix phone from the Note lineups to launch with same OLED display.
Aside from an OLED display, it came with 4GBs of RAM, a 64GB of storage, which i think is kind of on the low side for me, because at the time of its launch, we had the likes of the Tecno Phantom 9 wielding up to 128GB of Storage, but that shouldn’t be an issue though, since the storage is expandable via a micro-SD card.
Then in addition to all that, it came with Android 9 Pie out of the box, though we haven’t heard anything from Infinix as regards to its Android 10 update, then it has a 4000mAh battery, which is fast charging enabled, and don’t forget about the XPen too.
So to cap it all, i can comfortably say that the Infinix Note 6 was the best Infinix phone of 2019 in terms of spec, and i don’t think we should be expecting anything less from Note 7.
So here’s everything that i think (in terms of spec), that we should be expecting on this year’s Infinix Note 7 smartphone. #Enjoy
Infinix Note 7 Spec, Features, Launch date & Price
- Up to 6.6 Inches Full HD+ AMOLED display.
- Quad cameras.
- 6 – 8GB of RAM with up to 128GB of storage.
- Helio P65 or P70 Processor.
- Android 10 out of the box.
- 5000mAh battery.
PLEASE NOTE that the specs listed in this article are not confirmed nor verified, and does not in any way reveal what Infinix has in stores for the Note 7 smartphone.
So every information written down here should be taken with a pinch of salt, and a lil’ bit of pepper.. #Thank you.
|Launch Date||Unconfirmed, but expected June 2020.|
|Build||Expected aluminum build, but glass doesn't seem like a bad idea|
|Size||At least up to 6.5 or 6.6 Inches display diagonally|
|Resolution||1080p (Full HD+)|
|Panel||AMOLED (with Always-on display)|
|Rear||Quad setup maybe;|
|Front||32MP (in either a hole punch or pop-up mechanism)|
|Processor||Best guess is between Mediatek Helio P65 or P70 Chipsets|
|CPU Clock Speed||2 - 2.1GHz, Octa-core|
|GPU||Mali-G52 MC2 (Helio P65), or Mali-G72 MP3 (Helio P70)|
|RAM & Storage||6 - 8GB + 128GB|
|Android Version||Android 10 out of the box|
|Custom UI||Yes, XOS 5.5 Cheetah|
|Fast Charging Support||Definitely|
|Charging port||USB Type-C (possibly)|
|Fingerprint reader||Under-display (optical)|
|Stereo Speakers||In your dreams|
|Should possibly start between 80,000 to 85,000 Naira, just guessing though|
Alright guys, so those are what i personally think the spec of the next big Infinix Note phone should be like. Remember that no information written here on this article has been verified, so don’t get too excited just yet.
Keep your fingers crossed and hope for the better. But in the meantime, do support us by sharing this article if you enjoyed reading it, and as always, I’ll see you all tomorrow, #Peace Out.
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