Another Infinix smartphone is coming on this year, the Note 7 which will feature a round-shaped camera system consist of a quad setup and Note 7 Lite which also will have the same number of cameras but housed in a rectangular design which is currently in vogue.
Both smartphones will feature a large LCD IPS panel with a hole-punch single camera setup.
And as you would expect, the Infinix Note 7 series will both come with a massive battery just as usual considering the large display the devices will have.
Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite specifications
Speaking of displays, the Infinix Note 7 will sport a 6.95-inch LCD IPS panel with hole-punch display (Infinity-O) which will offer a crisp HD+ resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels…not bad for an entry level smartphone.
Aside that, the device will also have a 20.5:9 aspect ratio with 580nits brightness and 91.5% screen to body ratio.
Powered by the Helio G70 chipset and will have a 6GB of RAM which is truly impressive.
And on the other hand, the Infinix Note 7 Lite will come with a smaller 6.6-inch LCD IPS Display with the same hole-punch or Infinity-O display which will have a 720 x 1600 pixels and support 20:9 aspect ratio as well as a 90.5% screen-to-body ratio. This one will have a slightly scaled down Helio P22 chipset as well as a 4GB of RAM.
Aside the display and RAM, both smartphones will be equipped with an internal storage of about 128GB and still offer a MicroSD slot wto further expand this storage space.
As for the battery, both devices are powered by a massive 5000 mAh batteries and then the Note 7 will have a faster 18W rapid charging support right above the 10W charging featured on the Note 7 Lite. Infinix claims that the handset can last for up to 4 days once charged.
Okay let’s talk about the cameras on the Infinix Note 7 and 7 Lite. The front facing camera on the Note 7 is a 16MP sensor while the Note 7 Lite has a smaller 8MP sensor.
As for the quad rear setup, this consists of a 48MP main sensor with an f/1.79 aperture, a 25mm 2MP Macro lens, 2MP depth sensor and then a low light video camera with a quad LED unit.
A similar setup of 48-megaipxel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel + low light video lens quad camera system is available on the rear side of the Note 7 Lite.
As for the device’s operating system, it runs on the latest Android 10 with the Infinix XOS 6.0 UI laced right on top of both devices with support for gesture-based navigation as well as stereo speakers to give the device great audio quality.
Both phones support DTS Audio processing. Both smartphones are equipped with side-mounted fingerprint sensors. The predecessor Note 6 had featured an X Pen stylus.
Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite price and availability
OKAY, Sorry to disappoint but there is no official statement yet about the pricing of the device. Meanwhile with more reports coming out in coming days, do well to check back or subscribe to our email newsletter and we’ll keep you informed ones we get the official pricing of the Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite.