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Posted by: Everest
« on: October 15, 2021, 12:32:22 PM »

The new Note series from Infinix has been introduced in a gigantic form. Because it has a 6.95-inch display, the Infinix Note 10 Pro resembles a tiny tablet rather than an overstuffed smartphone. However, the refresh rate has been increased from 90 Hz to 120 Hz for this iteration. To keep things simple, we're keeping the sampling rate at 180 Hz.

The Infinix Note 11 Pro sports a 6.95-inch 120Hz screen and a 13-megapixel telephoto lens.
As previously, it's an IPS LCD with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,460 pixels. However, a new MediaTek processor, the Helio G96, is powering it this year. While the G95 has a pair of Cortex-A76 CPU cores, this chip offers a performance advantage over its predecessor.

The Infinix Note 11 Pro sports a 6.95-inch 120Hz screen and a 13-megapixel telephoto lens.
When compared to a Mali-T820MX, however, the GPU is noticeably slower at times. However, because of its inability to handle 1080p screens at 120 Hz, the Helio G95 would have been a poor choice for this phone (and the G96 clearly can). Due to the nine graphene film layers that help keep the G96 processor cool, there is some optimism that the Note 11 series may perform better than earlier G96-powered phones.

The Infinix Note 11 Pro sports a 6.95-inch 120Hz screen and a 13-megapixel telephoto lens.
The Note 11 Pro has more RAM and storage space than the Note 11 — 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB. The microSD card port is still there, and the new XOS 10 operating system (based on Android 11) allows for the addition of up to 3 GB of virtual RAM. Infinix's Write Booster speeds up writing on UFS 2.2 storage devices.

A 13 MP telephoto lens has been added to the phone's existing 64 MP back camera. While the advertised maximum zoom is 30x (digital, of course), the total optical magnification is just two times that amount. In addition, the previous model's 8 MP ultra-wide camera has vanished, and there is no ultra-wide here at all, only a 2 MP depth sensor.

The Pro variant of the Infinix Note 11 series was launched with a 6.95-inch 120Hz screen and a 13-megapixel telephoto camera.
The vanilla Infinix Note 11 varies from the Pro in this regard. The press release claims it comes with two cameras, one of which is a "2 MP telephoto lens," although that might just as quickly be a typo. In any case, the front of both phones has a 16 MP camera. The new chipset did not improve the new models' video recording situation; they are still limited to 1080p 30 frames per second.
Infinix calls this feature a Digital Theater System, and it includes stereo speakers on both the top and bottom of the device. Infinix has designed its phones to cast pictures and video (including screen mirroring) to the display to make the most of your TV or laptop. Instead, there's a 3.5 mm headphone connection if you want portability (with an FM radio receiver).

Colors Grey Mithril, Green Haze, and Blue Mist

There will be three color options for the Infinix Note 11 Pro: black, blue, and gold. Grey Mithril, Green Haze, and Blue Mist
The Pro model's 5,000 mAh battery supports 33W rapid charging through USB-C, much as the previous model's battery. Thanks to TÜV Rheinland-approved charging technology, its battery should last 800 charges without losing any capacity. There's a transparent silicone case and glass screen protector in the retail package, too.