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Good morning beautiful people! The news about Infinix Mobility introducing its new phablets in the Note series was brought to you yesterday. I believe it’s high time we looked into the specifications of one of the smartphones launched by Infinix Mobility. The smartphone that will be reviewed today is the Infinix Note 4.

Infinix have no doubt been one of the high flyers in the smartphone market in Nigeria. With succeeding entry of their smartphones series such as the Note series, the Hot series and even the Zero series into the Nigerian market, Infinix is making a grand statement of seriousness to completely dominate the Nigerian Android smartphone market.

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Infinix Note 4 also bears another name and that is Infinix X572. What’s so special about the Infinix Note 4? Is it the XCharge feature that promises a fast charge of 5mins that’ll subsequently produce 250mins talk time? Or is it the presence of the latest Android OS on the device that proves to be the first set of Infinix smartphone device to have such an update? Or is it the presence of the wonderful fingerprint sensor at the front of the device and not at the rear? Rather, do you think it’s its powerful battery capacity of 4300mAh? All these questions will be answered as we take a look into the full specifications of the device.


The display of this splendid device is something to write home about. Taking full charge of its role as a phablet, the display size is 5.7 inches. You definitely know videos and movies will be on an exclusively large screen. The display resolution size also doesn’t fail to fulfill the promise of excellence. Its resolution size is 1080 x 1920 pixels, which directly implies that the crispness of display, colour radiance and beautification is readily available. What type of screen does it have? It’s a one of a kind 2.5D IPS Curved glass.

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In every smartphone, this is the department that first catches the physical eye. The 2.5D Curved glass gives the phablet a sort of curvy view at the top. At the bottom bezel is the fingerprint sensor beautifully placed at the centre off the bezel. The USB port also placed just beneath the phablet when placed vertically. At the top bezel is the front-facing camera with a LED flash. When placed vertically, the audio jack is seen to be located at the top. The rear portion of the phablet has a smooth feel with the rear camera placed at the top. The dual LED flash is placed just beneath it. It weighs 198g which seems a bit heavy when considering extreme portability. Its dimensions are 159 x 78.8 x 8.4mm. The phablet comes in different colour variants. Its colour variants are Champagne Gold, Milan Black and Ice Blue.


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This area of the phablet was well taken care of, I must agree. The primary camera is supported with a 13MP camera lens for premium shooting of images. Also added to the primary camera is the phase detection autofocus and dual LED flash which enables dynamic image clarity even at night. Say no more, I’m already going to your favorite aspect – the selfie camera. Infinix Mobility decided to upgrade the front camera of the Infinix Note 4 to 8MP which is a contrast to the 5MP front camera of the Infinix Note 3. Also, the front-facing camera is supported with a LED flash.


The connectivity of this fabulous device is what’s expected. Engulfed within it is the Bluetooth v4.0. The Wi-Fi connectivity included is the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. Also, hotspot is readily available. The USB version is the microUSB v2.0. It’s also USB-OTG enabled. The network types supported on it are the GSM, 3G and trending 4G connectivity. So, don’t worry about if it can support 4G LTE from any network of your choice. Dual SIM is supported on the smartphone. Although, one of the dual SIM slots will be sacrificed in order to use a MicroSD card.

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Don’t forget I said earlier that the Android OS incorporated into the phablet is the latest version of the Android OS – Android 7.0 Nougat. The user interface of the smartphone is the Infinix native XOS 2.2 UI. The XOS UI presents new features such as the Muilt-Windows feature. Just like the name sounds, it allows the usage of two apps simultaneously on two windows in a split-screen format. The processor of a phablet of this quality has to be top notch so as to meet up expectations. The C.P.U included in it is the MediaTek Helio X10 MT6753. No one loves to use a snail-like smartphone in this period of technology we’re in, so Infinix Note 4 has got that area covered. Therefore, its processor speed is the 64-bit Octa-core 1.3GHz Cortex A53 to ensure super fast usage of the device. What about the graphics section? The G.P.U included in it is the Mali-T720 MP3 450MHz to make sure the graphics produced by the phablet is top quality.


Just like Infinix does with most of their smartphones, this smartphone also comes in different variants in terms of the RAM and storage space. What kind of variants are we talking about here? There are just two variants. First is the 2GB RAM size and the 16GB storage space variant, and second is the 3GB RAM size and 32GB storage space variant. With these RAMs, the phablets are expected to give sharp and smooth switching between apps when the device is been used. Also, the storage space of the device assures the accommodation of a lot of music, files, videos and documents. The storage space is also expandable up to 128GB with the use of a MicroSD card.


The battery feature of this smartphone makes me appreciate Infinix Mobility the more. The battery capacity of the smartphone is 4,300mAh. This has definitely got a heavy smartphone user covered. Having such a large RAM size and an adequate battery capacity to meet up requirements, the phablets offers a long life battery span. Also, in order to boost the battery usage, a feature known as the XCharge which allows the smartphone to charge for just 5mins and promises a talk time of 250mins.

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The Infinix Note 4 has not been officially launched but it can be pre-ordered from Infinix partner stores across Nigeria. The official launch of the device will take place on the 7th July 2017.

The price of Infinix Note 4 in Nigeria for the 2GB/16GB variant is NGN53,000.

The price of Infinix Note 4 in Nigeria for the 3GB/32GB variant is NGN58,000.

The price of Infinix Note 4 in Ghana is 845 Ghana Cedis.

The price of Infinix Note in Kenya is KSh 17,499.


Dimensions: 159 x 78.8 x 8.4 mm

Weight: 198 g

Display: 5.7 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels ( PPI), 2.5D IPS display

Sensors: Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Proximity, Light, Gyroscope, Orientation, Magnetometer

Build: Polycarbonate

Colours: White. Blue.

GSM: GSM 900 / 1800

3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100

4G: LTE 1(2100) / 3(1800) / 7(2600) / 8(900) / 20(800) / 38(2600) / 40(2300)

SIM Type: Dual Micro-SIM/micro-SD

OS: Android 7 Nougat + XOS 2.2

Processor Type: 64-bit Octa-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A53

Processor Name: MediaTek MT6753

Graphics Processor: Mali-T720 MP3 450 MHz

RAM: 2 GB / 3 GB

Internal Storage: 16 GB / 32 GB

External Storage: MicroSD card up to 128 GB

Rear: 13 megapixels, auto-focus, and dual LED flash

Video recording: Yes

Front-facing: 8 megapixels

Music Support: mp3, aac, aac+, eaac+, amr

Loudspeaker: Mono

Video Support: mpeg4, h.263, h.264

FM Radio: Yes

Bluetooth: v4.0

WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot

GPS: Yes

USB: microUSB v2.0; USB-OTG

Charging: Fast Charge / XCharge 0-45% in 30 mins

Battery: 4,300 mAh

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