Infinix is working on Infinix Note 10 smartphones, and we’ve seen evidence of this on FCC and Geekbench lists. Today, a report from TechYorker brings specifications and capabilities of the device via a leaked picture of the retail box.
According to the report, the device’s retail box shows that the Infinix Note 10 Pro ‘Made in India’ (Model: X695) has a display with a hole in the middle. And if the leaked image is true, then the device has a huge 6.9-inch screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
Infinix is not new to starting phones with larger screens. If you’re using the predecessors, the Infinix Note 8 and Infinix Note 8i, they will have a display size closer to the one mentioned above. What is surprising, however, is that despite a larger screen, the device appears to have a 5,000 mAh battery that is around 200 mAh lower than that of its predecessors.
Contrary to the suggested Geekbench list, the retail box shows that the Infinix Note 10 Pro has a MediaTek Helio G95 chipset and not a G90T. While similar, the former is an overclocked version with a slightly improved ARM Mali G76 3EEMC4 GPU clocked at 900 MHz.
For cameras, it showed a quad camera setup on the FCC listing and it says on the retail box that the Infinix Note 10 Pro has a 64 megapixel main lens. This setup has features like Super Night mode. First of all, the hole should have a 16MP AI selfie shooter.
Further specifications are 33 W fast charging support, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB storage variant, XOS 7.6 based on Android 11. We can also expect the device to have dual-band WLAN (5 GHz), Bluetooth and GNSS for navigation.
In addition to the Note 10 Pro, Infinix is also working on a device with the model number X693 that could officially function as a non-Pro Infinix Note 10. Let’s wait for more details in the coming days.
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