While Tecno surpassed Samsung to becoming the number brand in Africa, Infinix which is also owned by the same parent company Transsion has focused much more on developing markets with low purchasing power such as Africa and some parts of South-East Asia.
But that’s not the news. The news is that Infinix Note 10 Pro whose render was leaked last month will be released in a matter of days according to a new report from GSMArena.
The initial revelation of the rumored Infinix Note 10 Pro was said to have been made by the company’s Pakistan branch which confirmed that the device will be up for pre-orders in the Asian country starting by May 16th while sales will commence by May 18th two days later.
The company also shows us the Note 10 Pro in a previously unseen Black color, but unlike the other two variants, this one has a two-tone design.
In terms of the specifications of the device, not much is known because Infinix hasn’t shared any detail however the device’s Google Play Console and FCC listings gave some insights about what to expect with the device which includes the fact that it will sport an 8GB of RAM with a 256GB of internal storage.
It’s also going to ship with the current Android 11 out of the box with a fast 33W charging and a 1080p display which will likely be an IPS LCD panel considering the fact that the device has as side-mounted fingerprint reader.
Also the fact that this will be a mid-range smartphone might justify the reason why the Infinix Note 10 Pro might be sporting an Helio G90 chipset with other rumors stating that the device could come with G90T or G95 chipset as well.
One thing is that this will be a cool smartphone for the entry-level market which the brand targets and the cool design aesthetics of the Infinix Note 10 Pro will make it outstanding.
As we get closer to the announcement date, more information will be released and we’ll ensure to keep you informed.