Infinix recently unveiled its new generation of jumbo-sized Note series that comprises two smartphones- Infinix Note 11 and Infinix Note 11 Pro. The devices flaunt a 6.95 inches display like its predecessor. The device can be considered as a mini-tablet rather than a smartphone. We can see upgrades compared to Infinix Note 10, in display, and performance while many other features are similar to its predecessor.
Let’s get to know more about the upcoming Infinix Note 11 Series- their specs and availability.
Infinix Note 11 Series- Specifications
|Infinix Note 11||Infinix Note 11 Pro|
|Display||6.95-inches IPS LCD, of 1080 x 2460 pixels, 120Hz refresh rate, 180Hz touch sampling rate|
|OS||Android 11, XOS 8|
|Chipset||Mediatek Helio G96, 12nm|
50MP primary sensor,
2MP telephoto lens
64MP primary sensor,
13MP telephoto lens,
2MP macro lens
|Battery||5000mAh, Fast charging 33W|
|Color||Graphite Black, Celestial Snow, Glacier Green||Mithril Grey, Haze Green, Mist Blue|
Infinix note 11 Series- Overview
Design and Display
The Note 11 series can be regarded as a mini tab instead of a smartphone because of its large 6.95-inches IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2460 pixels. Furthermore, Infinix has bumped up its refresh rate from 90Hz to 120Hz in the new Infinix Note 11 series along with a 180Hz touch sampling rate. So, you can expect to play games and use the device with more smoothness and crispness.
Likewise, the smartphone has a punch-hole cutout at the top center that houses the selfie camera. At the rear panel, the device features a glossy metallic finish along with an Infinix logo at the left bottom. Additionally, the device flaunts a quad-camera setup arranged in a longer and vertical arrangement compared to its predecessor.
Under the hood, Infinix Note 11 and Infinix Note 11 Pro will feature the same Mediatek Helio G96 4G chipset. Other smartphones powered with the G96 chipset had some lackluster performance; nonetheless, with the 9 layers of graphene film, we can expect the devices to run smoothly without any heating issues. The devices boots on XOS 8 based on Android 11. Both the Pro and Vanilla versions will come in only one configuration- 8GB RAM along with 128GB storage. The pro version will have an extension feature with which you can expand the RAM up to 11GB. This is the same SoC we saw on the Realme 8i.
However, Infinix has downgraded the GPU from Mali-G76 MC4 to a G57 MC2 which will have a significant difference in the performance of the device.
Camera and Battery
Talking about the camera, the Note 11 Pro features a triple-camera setup comprising of a 64MP primary sensor, a 13MP telephoto lens with 30x optical zoom, and a 2MP macro lens. As for the vanilla model, the device features a 50MP primary lens along with a 2MP telephoto lens. Infinix has not mentioned anything about the third camera, which may also be a typo. Let’s see for further information. Infinix has removed the 8MP ultrawide lens that was present in its predecessor. Likewise, at the front, both the devices flaunt a 16MP selfie camera.
As for the battery, both the devices feature a massive 5000mAh battery along with a 33W fast charging support over USB-C like its predecessor. Additionally, the fast charging power adapter is included inside the box along with a transparent silicone case and a glass screen protector.
Infinix Note 11 Series- Price and Availability
We can expect the devices to hit the selected markets soon. However, the official launch date and prices are not finalized yet.