It’s been a few months since the Infinix S2 Pro was launched into the Kenyan market via Jumia and thanks to that same e-commerce platform, we have juice on the upcoming Infinix Note 4.
The Infinix Note 3 was a device that ticked most of the right boxes including good camera optics, great battery life and a beautiful display – as much as I must say that it had a boring design that felt too big in the hand.
The upcoming Note 4 will be a worthy upgrade from the Note 3, especially when it comes to the design. The back of the device is metallic with curved edges to make the device feel more comfortable in the hand, at the front we have a 2.5D curved glass that is covering the 5.7-inch Full HD display that is rumoured to feature a high colour gamut.
Camera-wise, the Note 4 will come with a 13MP main shooter with dual LED flash and an 8MP selfie shooter with a large pixels (1.4µm) which means selfies will look much brighter in low-light.
The highlight of the device however, is its 4300mAh battery that is said to have a standby time of two days with normal usage. Infinix are also teasing on the fast charge capabilities on the Note 4. The Note 4 is said to charge from 0% to 45% in just 30 minutes.
Other notable mentions are that it will feature a front-facing fingerprint reader, 2GB RAM (kinda disappointed), 16GB of internal storage and Android Nougat.
No launch date has been announced yet, we will just have to wait and see if the Note 4 will be worth all that hype its makers are generating.