The Note series is no doubt regarded as Infinix premium series. Last year, the Chinese smartphone maker launched the Note 8 and Note 8i as a successor to the Note 7 and 7 Lite, which came earlier. The company has secretly been working on a new device that will succeed the Note 8 series and this is what we know so far.
The new device will be called the Note 10 Series, which include the regular Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro. So far, we have been getting leaks and details of the Note 10 Pro online. This includes specs sheets and schematic showing how the phone will look like. Back in Febraury, the phone was first spotted on both Geekbench and FCC. Now we are seeing more details as the device has once again popped up on Google Play Console.
Details from both Geekbench and FCC shows the Infinix Note 10 Pro rocking the Helio G90T SoC, paired with 8GB RAM, and running on Android 11 operating system. The Google Play Console render shows similar RAM and OS, but with a different chip, this time, the Helio G90.
Details from the Google Play Console also revealed that the Note 10 Pro will pack a FullHD+ screen, with a punch hole in the center for the selfie camera. A schematic of the Infinix Note 10 Pro further reveals the smartphone will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and come with a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack located at the bottom.
The camera island on the smartphone’s rear panel includes five circles – one likely for the flash and the rest for the cameras.
For now, there is no official word from Infinix about the Note 10 Pro yet, but we hope to get more details before the device is officially launched.