What Is The Infinix Note 7 Price In Nigeria?
The Infinix Note 7 is currently available for purchase in Nigeria and the price as the time writing this article is 85,000 NGN for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage model on Jumia.
You can simply follow the link below to see and buy the phone from Jumia.
Shop Now: Infinix Note 7 (6GB + 128GB), 85,000 NGN.
Now having known this, why should anyone buy the Infinix Note 7 in 2021 when we have better options out there like the Infinix Note 8 and 8i, and just as it has always been Infinix tradition, we might even end up seeing the Note 9 in just maybe a couple of months time.
So, why should you buy the Infinix Note 7 in 2021 for 85,000 NGN?
Why should you buy the Infinix Note 7 in 2021?
Well to start with, you’ll agree with me that the Infinix Note 7 was one of the most popular Infinix phones to launch in early 2020, and it does so for a good reason.
First of all, it was the first Infinix phone to usher Infinix into the era of using Mediatek’s Helio G processors on its smartphones, and this one came with the Helio G70 processor running inside of it.
Personally for me, aside from the processor choice on this thing and the ample amount of RAM and storage sizes, coming in at 4/6GB + 64/128GB of RAM and internal storage sizes respectively, there was really nothing that excited me about this smartphone, especially for a 6.95 Inches display size device coming with a 720p resolution.
But it’s really nothing serious though, I mean, it’s not like the display is all that bad, but for a display of such size, 720p doesn’t just do justice to it.
So back to the question, why will anyone want to buy the Infinix Note 7 smartphone for 85,000 NGN in 2021?
Well, left to me, I’d say it’s just the price and that’s all. Cause placing this phone and the Note 8 side by side, you’d see that there is really nothing different between the both of them aside from their processors, and maybe cameras, where the Note 7 makes use of a 48MP main sensor, the Note 9 came bundled with a 64MP sensor.
While the Infinix Note 7 makes use of a Helio G70 chipset, the Note 8 takes it a step further and came with a Helio G80 running in it, and looking at the spec sheet for both chipsets, you’d even notice that there is nothing significantly different between the both of them aside from their GPU clock speeds.
The Helio G70 GPU is clocked to run at 820 MHz, while that of the G80 runs at 950 MHz. So aside from these two factors, there is really nothing different between both phones.
Finally, while the Note 7 starts at 85,000 NGN like I already mentioned that countless times, the Note 8 after it goes as high as 95,000 NGN.
So aside from this single factor, i don’t see any more reasons why anyone will want to buy the Infinix Note 7 at a time like this when there are a lot better options out there like the Note 8i. I mean, it’s not even like the phone will be getting any new android version updates.
So in conclusion, I’d say the Infinix Note 7 is currently reserved for those who are obsessed with the Infinix Note phones, but don’t have up to that amount to spare for the Note 9 at the moment.
And that seals it up for today, this here is everything you need to know about the Infinix Note 7 current price in Nigeria, and why anyone should be thinking of buying it.
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