After unveiling the note 5, a successor to the note 4, Infinix later launched a pro version of the smartphone called Infinix Note 5 stylus. Also known as the Note 5 Pro, the smartphone features some amazing specs. I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of the device and will be sharing my experience on the phone with you. Just to let you know, the Note 5 Stylus comes in 32GB and 64GB storage variants. The one I will be reviewing, is the 32GB variants, which cost just about N67,000 here in Nigeria.
As you can see from the pics above, the phone came packed in a neat white box. Inside the box, contains the Note 5 stylus phone, a charger, a headset, and a menu. Also in the box container, is a SIM eject tool and a screen protector and a phone patch.
Infinix Note 5 Stylus Hands On And First Impressions
My version of the Infinix Note 5 Stylus comes in Charcoal blue and features a 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Opening the box, unveils the Note 5 Stylus neatly sitting with its key specs printed on it. The smartphone is fully designed with a metallic body, and features a 6 inch full HD infinity 18:9 display. It has and a 16MP low light selfie front camera.
At the right side of the phone is the power button and the volume keys while the left side house the SIM slot. The phone supports dual SIM, but the SIM2 can also be used as micro-SD card port. At the back, is located a 16MP rear camera with the flashlight and has f/1.8 large aperture lens. The phone also comes with a fingerprint sensor located directly under the rear camera. Underneath the phone is the headset port, charging port, and speaker outlet. Also located underneath the phone is the Infinix Note 5 Stylus X Pen. I am not a fan of X pen so I can’t tell you much about it.
The phone runs on Pure Android 8.1 Oreo OS (Android One) and does not have any bloatware. It is powered by a 4000mAh battery with X-Change. It is equipped with a MediaTek Helio P23 chipset, and comes with 4G RAM, 32/64GB storage versions.
In my conclusion after testing the Infinix Note 5 Stylus, I most say, it is an amazing smartphone designed with style. The phone ran smoothly and the battery is pretty ok. Calls were crystal clear and it was fast while browsing on it. On charging, the battery doesn’t take that long, which is great. The Infinix Note 5 Stylus may not be the best phone in the market, but it is pretty ok for the price.