August 4, 2020
Infinix Note 7
Infinix is back again with the most awaited and exciting model of Infinix Note 7 tagged as the first Infinix Smartphone that supports 18W fast charging.
Get enthralled with a compact set of technologies, explore cinematic screen in the palm of your hands, capture the night and detailed portraits even in lowlight, meet the video king and shoot masterpieces which stand out the crowd – all with the next level Infinix Note 7.
Here’s the spec, price availability and review of the popular head turner of 2020, the Infinix Note 7.
Design and Display
With the best chassis design on any Infinix Note-series smartphone and an outlook worth pausing for and admiring.
The smartphone is built with premium materials, befitting for a mid-range flagship with delicate design, the gem cut finish that creates subtle patterns and highlights with every angle.
On the back, is a combo of a unique design and a psychedelic pattern that emits different colors based on how it’s tilted.
It features a circular camera bump housing quad cameras and beneath is the brand name, which indicates that its an Infinix smartphone from the Note series.
The fingerprint sensor was placed on the right side, instead of the back.
Upfront, is a 6.95 inch HD+ Infinity-O IPS LCD display with a punch hole camera cut-out, promises for an all-around immersive experience.
The smartphone measures a dimension of 173.4 x 79 x 8.8 mm, weighs 206 grams with a screen resolution of 720 x 1640 and a pixel density of 258 ppi.
The smartphone is available in Forest Green, Aether Black, and Bolivia Blue colors.
The camera sheet reveals a substantial upgrades from its predecessors, Infinix Note 6.
It features a quad-camera setup on the rear, as opposed to the triple camera setup on its predecessor.
On the rear is a power pack of Quad AI cameras, home to 48MP wide primary camera, a 2MP macro camera, a 2MP depth camera and another 2MP camera, which is a dedicated video camera.
The camera setup features portrait mode, beauty cam, Bokeh, Panorama, AI, HDR capable of taking photos with good quality and improved super low light performance breaking the mid-range standards.
The 40mm macro lens can record even the tiniest of details and captures rich detail and color, even in the dark with the 1080P low-light video camera capped at 30fps.
It is important to note that the rear camera on the Note 7 and Note 7 Lite are the same, they only differ in the way they are arranged and it’s selfie camera.
Upfront is a 16MP selfie camera, housed inside a tiny, punch-hole camera lens which has a focus of 2.0 and 26mm (wide) to deliver impressive details.
Hardware and Software
The Infinix Note is powered by a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTekHelio G70 processor and Mali-G52 2EEMC2 graphics processing unit assisted by a 4GB or 6GB RAM configuration.
The smartphone is promises an improved intuitive gaming experience compared to the Note 6.
It runs on XOS 6.0 user interface on top Android 10.0 operating system.
It bags a 64GB or 128GB of internal storage which can further expanded via a microSD card with a dedicated slot.
The sensors include Fingerprint (side-mounted), face unlock, G-Sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, proximity, and E-compass.
The Infinix Note 7 features a 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS, 2.0 Micro-USB port, dual-band wifi, Bluetooth 5.0.
It is a dual SIM enabled phone with 4G LTE internet connectivity.
The Infinix Note offers an non-removable 5000mAh Li-Po battery with the best-in-class 18W Super charge 3.0.
Infinix Note 7 Price and Availability
The price of Infinix Note 7 in Nigeria starts around 78,000 Naira for the 4GB/64GB and around 89,500 Naira for the 6GB/128GB variant. In Kenya, price starts at around 24,999 KSh for the 64GB/128GB variant.
Setting the fire of style among youth, with unique innovation setting the trend.
It is made of materials that gives it a premium feel, and a relflective surface mixed with psychedelic pattern of a high-end smartphone.
Capture smooth and professional-looking videos and photos you’d be proud of but shoots only in 1080p, with poor dynamic range, and weak video stabilization and in addition you’d get a pretty nasty jello effect (rolling shutter) while handling the phone.
The Infinix NOTE 7 processor beats the Tecno Camon 15 Premier’s and is best gaming experience.
The battery life is astounding, unlike the Hot 9 tagged with a 4-day lifetime, the note 7 can last a little longer ontop of it’s fast Charging support.
It unique feature allows you to answer a call by simply drawing a “V” gesture in the air or simply hover your palm above the screen to reject a call.
The phone’s major selling point is not any of the aforementioned features, but the price.
In a nutshell, Infinix Note 7 has a compact set of incredible features you could enjoy under a relaxing budget price. You can give it a try.