Infinix Note 11 Pro To Feature 120Hz Display and Telephoto Lens

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Infinix isn’t dialling down on the number of devices up for launch before the year ends. The smartphone company is now gearing up to unveil the Infinix Note 11 Pro.

The Infinix Note 11 Pro will be the successor to the amazing Infinix Note 10 Pro from early this year. Infinix is prepping to launch the Note 10 Pro right after the company launched the Infinix Zero X series in the country.

If you liked the Infinix Note 10 Pro including the Sauti Sol limited edition then you’ll love the upcoming Note 11 Pro which is set to bring new upgrades and updates over its predecessor.


For starters, Infinix Note 11 Pro will ship with a 120Hz refresh rate display – it is unknown if it will be an AMOLED or LCD screen but if it follows its predecessor, it might have a 6.95″ Super Fluid Display. You’ll also have the option to choose an Auto-switch refresh rate that will automatically switch refresh rate according to actual use to save on battery life.

The phone may support a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Powering the Infinix Note 11 Pro will be a Helio G96 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage – an upgrade over the Helio G95 of its predecessor.

We expect Android 11 and XOS 7.6. Infinix may opt to upgrade it to Android 12 as planned with the Infinix Zero X series.

The photography department also gets new lenses. It looks similar to the setup shared with the flagship Zero X.

We have a 64MP main snapper and a telephoto lens that looks like it will offer 30X digital zoom. We may also see an 8MP ultra-wide lens.

We’ll have a 16MP selfie camera housed at the centre punch-hole cutout like its predecessor.

We may see a 5000mAh battery with support for either 33W or 45W fast charging – the latter is featured on its flagship Zero X Pro.


We’ll update this post with more information when it becomes available to us.

Pricing and Availability

Launch and pricing details are still unknown. However, when it officially launches, the Infinix Note 11 Pro will be available offline at the company’s retails stores countrywide and online too at XPARK – their official online store and other online e-commerce partners.


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