What is the current Infinix Note 7 price in Nigeria?
The Infinix Note 7 is currently available for purchase in Nigeria and the price as of the time writing this article is 85,000 NGN for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage model on Pointek’s official online store.
You can simply follow the link below to see and buy the phone if you like it.
Shop Now: Infinix Note 7 (6GB + 128GB), 85,000 NGN.
But, why should anyone buy the Infinix Note 7 in 2021 when we have better options out there like the Note 8 and 8i, and even the recently launched Infinix Note 10 smartphones?
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 few good reasons and a handful of bad reasons.
First of all, it was the first Infinix phone to usher us into the use of Mediatek’s Helio G processors on Infinix phones, and this one came with the Helio G70 processor running inside of it.
Left to me, I’ll say that aside from the processor choice on this thing, and the ample amount of RAM and storage sizes, coming in at 4 or 6 Gigabytes of RAM, and 64 or 128 Gigabytes of internal storage capacities, there was really nothing particularly exciting about this phone, especially for a 6.95 Inches sized display phone, coming with a 720p resolution.
Even the Note 6 that came a year before it was armed with a 6.01 Inches Full HD+ AMOLED display. And it even had a better build quality compared to the Note 7 because it came with an aluminum build, while the Note 7 settled for plastic.
And lest I forget, that was even the last Note phone from Infinix that came with a proper Stylus, dubbed X-Pen, built together with it. So, the Infinix Note 7 was more of a downgrade than it was an upgrade when compared to its 2019 predecessor.
So, having seen all these, why should anyone in their right senses still want to buy the Infinix Note 7 smartphone in 2021, even if it was sold to you for 50,000NGN?
Well, personally, I don’t know why anyone will want to do that, I mean, that’s the dumbest decision anyone can take right now in 2021.
And to even add more nail to the coffin, as it is in Infinix’s usual tradition, the Infinix Note 7 will not be getting any new android version update, as it hasn’t even gotten a single monthly security patch update since it was launched.
The phone came with Android 10 with Infinix XOS 6.0 Dolphin UI during its launch, and if you get the phone right now, you’ll be getting same old android version and no new version updates whatsoever.
So, in conclusion, don’t you even think of buying the Infinix Note 7 smartphone at a price of 85,000 NGN right now in Nigeria.
There are other better and similarly priced Infinix phones out there like the Infinix Note 8i with a slightly more powerful Mediatek Helio G80 processor, same 48MP main camera as the Note 7, and a slightly non-significantly larger battery capacity with a USB-C charging port, and it retails for 72,900 NGN for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage version, while the maxed-out version which comes with 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage capacity will set you back to 87,800 NGN.
So, you see, just a 2,000NGN difference from the price of the Note 7.
Even the new Infinix Note 10 with an even more powerful Mediatek Helio G85 processor and ships with Android 11 out of the box costs about 77,100 NGN for the base configuration model with 4 Gigabytes of RAM and 64 Gigabytes of internal storage capacity, and the same 4 Gigabytes RAM + 128 Gigabytes of storage version costs only 85,700 NGN.
So, now ask yourself this question, is it still a wise thing to do to buy the Infinix Note 7 phone at 85,000NGN in 2021?
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