How much are the Infinix Note 10 phones currently sold in Nigeria?
The Infinix Note 10 and 10 Pro phones are currently available for purchase in Nigeria, with their price(s) starting at NGN 77,900 for the base model of the regular Note 10, and going all the way up to NGN 118,400 for the Pro variant.
▪ Infinix Note 10 (4GB + 64GB) @ NGN 77,900, Pointek.
▪ Infinix Note 10 (4GB + 128GB) @ NGN 86,400, Pointek.
▪ Infinix Note 10 (6GB + 128GB) @ NGN 94,300, Pointek.
▪ Infinix Note 10 Pro (8GB + 128GB) @ NGN 118,400, Pointek.
The phones were launched in May 2021 as proper successors to the Note 8 models from last year, and as of the time of writing this article, the phones currently rank as the second-best Infinix phones that you can get your hands on right now in 2021, or the third-best maybe, if you counted the unavailable recently unveiled Infinix Concept Phone 2021.
Infinix Note 10 & Note 10 Pro specifications & features.
- 6.95 Inches 1080p (Full HD+) IPS LCD display
- 90Hz refresh rate (Pro model only).
- 48MP triple rear camera setup (Note 10).
- 64MP quad rear camera setup (Note 10 Pro).
- 16MP front-facing camera (both).
- Mediatek Helio G85 processor (Note 10).
- Mediatek Helio G95 processor (Note 10 Pro).
- 4, 6 & 8GB RAM + 64/128GB storage configurations.
- Android 11 + XOS 7.6 Dolphin.
- Dual speakers on both phones.
- 5000mAh battery.
- 18W fast charging (Note 10), 33W fast charging (Note 10 Pro).
So, like I said earlier, the Infinix Note 10 and 10 Pro are currently the second-best Infinix smartphones that you can get your hands on right now in 2021 after the Zero 8 which currently holds the first position, and they do so for some good reasons.
To start with, you’re treated to a super-large 6.95 Inches Full HD+ LCD display panel on both phones, with the Pro model taking it up to an even higher notch, by incorporating a 90Hz refresh rate.
You get triple cameras on the vanilla model, and four on a Pro model, but, all those numbers don’t really count though, as you should only be concerned about the 48MP and 64MP main camera sensors on these phones.
And by the way, both phones share the same 16MP sensors tucked neatly inside a hole-punch cutout for their front-facing cameras.
In terms of raw power, you’re getting a Mediatek Helio G85 setup on the vanilla Note 10, while the Helio G95 chipset sits at the helm of affairs for the Pro model. Both processors have repeatedly proven their worth in various smartphone speed tests carried out by various prominent tech YouTubers, even edging out the likes of the Samsung Galaxy A52 with a Snapdragon 720G processor, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro with a Snapdragon 732G processor in those tests.
So, in terms of sheer performance, you have nothing to worry about, as neither the Infinix Note 10, not the Note 10 Pro will leave you wanting for me.
You’ll be treated to Android 11 version out of the box, with Infinix’s XOS UI version 7.6 Dolphin, but I thought if any of these phones will be getting updated to newer android versions like Android 12 when it finally arrives.
So, if newer android version updates are a priority to you when buying new phones, then I’d advise that you even leave the Infinix brand completely, and go look somewhere else because Infinix phones are not known for getting those kinds of updates.
The phones draw power from their 5000mAh battery tanks which are tightly fitted on them, and while the vanilla Note 10 comes armed with an 18W fast charging system on one hand, the Note Pro even takes it up a notch on the other hand with a 33W superfast charging system.
And don’t forget about the dual speaker setup on these things too.
So, that basically wraps it up for today concerning the Infinix Note 10 and Note 10 Pro price(s) in Nigeria, kindly let us know what you think about these phones by leaving a comment for us in the comments section below, and if you find this article informative, kindly give it a thumbs up by sharing it, and as always, I’ll see y’all tomorrow, #peace out.