Infinix Note 11 Pro was recently launched for the Kenyan market early this month and we got to test its cameras for this separate performance review.

Infinix slapped four cameras on the Note 11 Pro – three at the back and a selfie snapper at the front.

We have a 64MP main snapper and a 13MP telephoto lens that offers 30X digital zoom. We also have a 2MP depth sensor.


The Note 11 has a 50MP triple camera setup

We’ll have a 16MP selfie camera housed at the centre punch-hole cutout like its predecessor – the Infinix Note 10 Pro.

You can’t review the Note without taking a close look at its cameras and the Note 11 Pro turns a new page for Infinix’s smartphone hardware ambitions.

I’ve used the cameras extensively over the past few weeks and Infinix finally upgraded its camera hardware that now features an improved telephoto camera.

I’ve loved the quality of the photos taken by the Note 11 Pro as it hammers home colours, exposure with sharp pictures, improved dynamic range and rich details even in lowlight scenarios.

Portrait mode is marginally improved along with lovely looking bokeh blur. We also now have a 30X telephoto lens and is the best in business when it comes to shooting medium and long-range photos.

So if you were expecting a major upgrade to photo and video quality, then you’ll be satisfied with the Infinix Note 11 Pro.

I was generally very happy and in some cases impressed by the quality of the shots I took.

Photos taken after sunset were pretty bright and relatively detailed.

In terms of video recording, Infinix Note 11 Pro is a pretty solid performer and tops at 2K at 30fps and 1080p at 60fps. There’s an ultra-steady mode capped at 1080p for better video stabilization and crops in from the ultrawide for smooth video. The same is replicated with the front-facing camera and you’ll definitely love taking selfie videos with this phone.

We also have bokeh video(720p), short video for social media posting, Slow Motion at either 240fps or 120fps, Timelapse capped at 2K, 1080p and 720p.

Here are some sample shots:

Selfies and Portraits including Lowlight

Regular Shots

Lowlight and Super Night mode shots

Telephoto

Verdict

Infinix Note 11 Pro delivered competent camera performance and would make for an excellent pick when documenting those special or random moments. The Infinix Note 11 Pro is an unbelievable good purchase for consumers searching for a capable and dependable camera smartphone.

Infinix did make something really solid here with the Infinix Note 11 Pro cameras. This combined with its other headline features such as a big high refresh rate screen, stellar performance, excellent battery and gorgeous build add up to a result that’ll make you happy when you pick the Infinix Note 11 Pro as your daily driver.


Stay tuned for our full review coming out later this week.

Pricing and Availability

Infinix Note 11 Pro goes for Ksh 27499 offline at the company’s retail stores countrywide and online too at XPARK – their official online store and other online e-commerce partners like Jumia.

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