Infinix recently launched the Note 8 smartphone globally, and it is marked by a bunch of new features that make it even more appealing in comparison to its predecessors. The Note series has achieved immense success since its inception with presence in about 70 countries and about 10 million users worldwide.
The Note series has proven to be a line of smartphone that offers a solid level of hardware performance— although the software aspect is quite lacking. However, taking a step in the right direction, Infinix collaborates with IMINT Vidhance to better improve performance which in this case is the video capturing aspect.
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In that regard, the Note series has been known to be camera-centric with the Note 7 having 5 cameras on it led by a 48MP main camera. Its successor, the new Infinix Note 8, comes with 6 cameras spearheaded by a 64MP giant sensor. Pushing its low-light photography narrative, Infinix Note as an Ultra Night Mode 2.0 which is supposed to help make low light pictures better.
As mentioned earlier, there are 6 cameras on this smartphone, four (4) at the back, and two (2) at the front. The cameras at the back include a 64MP primary camera with three other 2MP cameras— one for macro shots, the other act as a depth sensor, and the third is tagged the AI camera. Its collaboration with Vidhance is poised to help you capture more stable videos. You will also be able to capture slow-mo videos and 4k resolution videos at 30fps. Tasked with taking selfies is a 16MP camera joined by a 2MP depth sensor to improve features like portrait shots and autofocus.
Being a budget smartphone, the 6.05-inch Infinity-O display on the Infinix Note 8 has a meagre 720 x 1640 pixels resolution with an unspecified Corning Gorilla Glass version. Nonetheless, the 480nits max screen brightness would let you see your screen well enough outdoors under bright sunlight. Keeping the screen on is a 5,200mAh battery that supports 18W Super Charging through its USB-C port.
Leaving no stone unturned, the Infinix smartphone has the MediaTek Helio G80 in charge with a HyperEngine technology to bolster gaming performance. To support this, you have 6GB RAM and a 128GB internal storage with support for MicroSD card extension.
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The smartphone is available in three (3) colours; Deepsea Luster, Silver Diamond, and Iceland fantasy. All variants of this device comes with a gradient design and reflective look. You also have the XOS 7.1 based on the Android 10 OS. The Infinix Note 8 is priced at $200 and is available in stores worldwide.