New Infinix Phone Launched: The Note 10 Pro

To sum it up, the Infinix Note 10 Pro is a dual-sim card phone and is backed by a big 5,000 mAh battery with fast charge support. On the rear side of the phone, you see 48MP quad cameras and a fingerprint sensor. This is an affordable mid-range Infinix Note 10 Pro with an Helio G70 processor paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

It includes a long 6.7-inch IPS LCD screen. It has an FHD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400px with a pixel density of 320 PPI. Also, you get a 90Hz display that makes a better gaming experience with a smooth touch interface. There is a bezel-less display with a punch-hole that gives more than 91% of the screen-to-body ratio. The phone offers a decent panel at the asking price that is expected to draw more buyers towards it.

On the camera front, it comes with quad-rear cameras that carry a 64MP camera with an 8Mp ultrawide lens, followed by a couple of 2MPs’ of a macro and a depth camera. With the given multiple camera options you may try to click different pictures like portrait, close-up shots, etc. As far as the selfies are concerned, there’s a 16MP camera inside the notch.

The Note 10 Pro runs on an Android 10-operating system out of the box. Under the hood, it has a 12nm processed MediaTek Helio G70 with 8-CPU cores that clocks at 2GHz of clock speed. For better multitasking, you get ample 8GB of RAM, whereas ARM Mali-G52 GPU renders graphical inputs for demanding apps and games. For security unlocks, there’s a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Infinix Note 10 Pro packs a 5,200mAh Li-Po battery with fast charge support. The battery size is expected to attract heavy users who prefer budget phones at an affordable price bracket. It offers a massive 256 GB of inbuilt storage for installing apps and games. Besides, the storage can also be expanded via a microSD card. The phone has a huge storage option that can be used to store useful documents.

In terms of connectivity, the options include 3G, 4G, VoLTE for HD voice calls. It has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5 for better connectivity range, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port for charging.

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