Infinix has revealed its newest additions — the Note 11 and Note 11 Pro. Joining the company’s premium Note lineup, both devices are designed to offer advanced features while keeping themselves affordable.
The Note 11 Pro, as the name suggests, is the more advanced variant and is one of the first phones on the market to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G96 ultra-gaming processor. To match that is a high 120Hz refresh rate projected on a large 6.95-inch FHD+ display. Graphics are taken care of by an Arm Mali-G57 that works alongside MediaTek’s HuperEngine 2.0 for quicker response times.
Additionally, the Inifinix Note 11 Pro comes shipped with the company’s new Monster Game Kit that provides extra gaming features. It also uses Infinix’s Dar-link 2.0 Ultimate Game Booster software that’s able to use AI to maximize power, performance, and audio.
Both devices come with 8GB of RAM but the Pro model can be upgraded up to 11GB. Cooling is handled by the company’s SuperCool system that offers a 9-layer graphene film for efficient temperature management to avoid overheating.
For cameras, the Pro variant boasts a 64-megapixel ultra-night camera with a 13-megapixel telephoto lens (capable of up to 30X zoom), and a 2-megapixel bokeh lens to complete the setup.
The Note 11, on the other hand, has a 50-megapixel coupled with a 2-megapixel telephoto lens.
The members of the Note 11 series also exhibit a couple of similar specs including a 5,000mAh battery that supports 33W quick charge technology. The company says the devices’ batteries can last up to 800 charging cycles without a notable decrease in performance.
The Note 11 series also come equipped with both a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and Face Unlock for security and UFS 2.2 for fast data transfer.
Audio is delivered by a set of dual speakers, located at the top and bottom of the phone, that support digital theater systems or DTS technology.
Lastly, the Note 11 series comes shipped with Infinix’s XOS 10 software that offers on-trend system-wide icons, rebound effects, enhanced privacy features, large folders, smart scenes, and privacy tracker to name a few.
The series also features multi-device connectivity through Infinix’s Insync app. With it, users will be able to seamlessly access screen projection, mirroring, and casting between devices. An OTA software upgrade will soon also add a remote control feature that will allow users to control devices using voice commands made through the phone.
The Inifnix Note 11 series which includes the Note 11 and Note 11 Pro will be available soon with prices varying from market to market, but it’s unlikely that it will become available in the U.S. The Note 11 Pro will be offered in Mithril Grey, Haze Green, and Mist Blue. The Note 11 will come in Graphite Black, Celestial Snow, or Glacier Green.