Infinix Note Series has the next best smartphones you can get with the Infinix name on it besides the Zero series. The Note 10 Pro is the best smartphone Infinix has to offer until the Zero 10 comes out later this year going by how the skipped 9 in the Note series as well. Touting a massive display, quad rear camera, 90Hz screen refresh rate and 33W fast charge, the Infinix Note 10 Pro has a lot going for it.
Another noteworthy feature here is the UFS 2.2 storage type which is top of the mid-range storage and the fastest on any Infinix smartphone.
Infinix Note 10 Pro Specs At a Glance
- 6.95-inch 1080 x 2460 pixels 90Hz IPS LCD display
- Octa-core Mediatek Helio G95 Processor
- Quad 64MP * 8MP * 2MP * 2MP rear camera and 16MP front camera
- 6/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB internal storage
- 5, 000mAh non removable Li-Po battery with 33W fast charge
- Side Fingerprint scanner
Design and Display
Infinix didn’t deviate much from the previous design they had on the Note 8 except for the positioning of the front camera on the Note 10 Pro. Still maintaining the gradient design, the Note 10 Pro has a similar camera arrangement. A close look at the back of the smartphone, the bottom half is textured while the top half has a smooth finish giving a somewhat early Google Pixel vibe. It is available in Black, Nordic secret and Purple gradient finishes.
Furthermore, it is quite sleek with a thickness of just 7.8mm and the centered punch-hole display gives it a different look from the predecessor. You’ve got a sizeable viewing real estate upfront at 6.95-inch with a 1080 x 2460 pixels resolution to go with. To optimize battery use, the refresh rate can go from 90Hz to 60Hz depending on current usage.
Camera and Sound
For taking pictures, you have an array of 4 cameras on the back of the smartphone even though it look like 5. You’ve got a main 64MP wide camera, 8MP ultrawide camera, 2MP monochrome camera and a 2MP depth sensor. With this, you can record at up to 4k resolution and you can capture portrait pictures as well as decent low light shots with Infinix’s biggest camera sensor yet in the Note series.
On the other hand, there is the 16MP selfie camera with the ‘AI’ tag that you can also use for face unlock. In segue, there is dual speaker system with DTS audio processing and sound localization technology. This means you can feel sound coming out of different part of your smartphone at the same time or separately.
Hardware and Battery
Beneath the chassis, the Infinix Note 10 Pro is equipped with a Mediatek Helio G95 processor and a UFS 2.2 storage to boot. With an option of 128GB or 256GB and a corresponding 6GB or 8GB respectively, the smartphone has a solid performance power. All of these comes in handy for gaming especially with the 180Hz sampling rate that the Note 10 Pro boasts of.
For power, the Note 10 Pro has a 5, 000mAh battery which should be enough for a day on intensive use and maybe 2 days on mild usage. More so, there is a 33W fast charging to boost your battery up in no time at all.
Conclusion and Price
Coming from last years Note 8, the Infinix Note 10 Pro packs a few significant improvements like processor, camera, storage, Android 11 and faster charging. Enough to have a noticeable better day to day experience on the smartphone. The 8GB variant sells for about $260 while the 6GB model goes for around $200.