Infinix doesn’t shy away from taking smartphone features to the extreme with its devices. They recently launched the Zero X Pro which had a 108MP main lens coupled with an 8MP ultrawide and 8MP periscope lens(5X lossless zoom and 60X digital zoom).
It had a new mode known as SuperMoon mode that takes advantage of that 60X digital zoom to take shots of earth’s closest space neighbour.
Its camera performance was stellar – pun intended and not just because it could take really good shots of the Moon but also regular photos both during the day and in low lit scenarios – which made it miles better than its predecessor.
It looks like Infinix is now shipping the 108MP camera setup to its Note lineup.
Infinix Note 11 Pro had a 64MP main snapper and a 13MP telephoto lens that offered 30X digital zoom. It also had a 2MP depth sensor. The vanilla version had a 50MP triple camera setup.
The recently announced Note 12 lineup comes with a 50MP triple camera setup.
We can assume that the 108MP camera setup will be on the Pro version that will also include an ultrawide snapper too.
Infinix Note 12 Pro comes powered by a MediaTek Helio G96 chipset while its sibling comes running on a MediaTek Helio G88 processor.
Infinix has also taken a step back with its ambitious 160W fast charging tech it teased last year and is now working on a 120W fast charging technology.
If this fast charging technology comes with the Infinix Note 12 Pro, then it will juice up way faster than the 33W fast charging provided for the vanilla version.
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