Infinix Note 12 6GB 128GB Smart Phone
- CPU: MediaTek Helio G88/G96
- RAM: 4/6 GB
- ROM: 64/128 GB
- Battery: 5000mAh with 33W fast charging
- Display: 6.7 inches FHD+
- Panel Type: AMOLED
- Refresh Rate: 60hz
- Camera: 50+2+night lens
- OS: XOS 10.6 based on Android 12
A recently released Smartphone with powerful performance is the Infinix Note 12. Infinix is well known for its low-cost phones in the budget class. The business is now slowly expanding into other markets by bringing something novel to the market at a competitive price.
This series from Infinix also comes with a lot of specs that you will not find in any other smartphone in this price segment. Let’s see what the company has packed in Infinix Note 12 for you.
On May 20, the Infinix Note 12 will make its official debut. In addition to the Note 12, the business will also introduce the Infinix Note 12 Turbo.
The phone has a respectable but eye-catching design. While the front of the phone has a flat waterdrop notch display, the back will display several Doctor Strange avatars from the Multiverse of Madness. Although the rear side and frame are composed of polycarbonate, the shiny texture will make them feel like glass to you. A side-mounted fingerprint sensor is present on the phone. Three color options for the phone will be offered: silver, black, and blue.
The company has also done an excellent job in terms of performance. The phone has a Helio G88 processor to handle the majority of your daily tasks and gaming demands. The phone’s 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage enable you to multitask most of the time without experiencing any slowdown. The best feature is that RAM can be expanded up to 9 GB, making it a potent option.
One of the phone’s standout features is the stunning 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, which is one of its main selling points. You may enjoy the display’s amazing maximum brightness of up to 514 nits. All viewing angles will reveal vivid colors and images that are incredibly sharp and clear. The AMOLED panel will provide a significantly smoother experience than the IPS panel despite the display’s 60Hz refresh rate.