Android 12 update is coming to Infinix smartphones. This is good news as devices from this company rarely get updated to the latest Android version.

Infinx shared a rollout plan for when its devices will get updated to Android 12 starting this month. The company is scheduling the Android OS upgrade to its premier flagship Zero series and its midrange Note series starting next week.

Infinix Note 11 and Zero 5G will get the update during the first week of September.


The post includes the Note 12 for some weird reason even though it launched with Android 12 already baked in.

The other two phones came with Android 11 straight out of the box and the upgrade will be welcome to consumers who bought the phones.

Even though Android 13 launched last month, this is still a huge update for Infinix devices.

It is unknown if the Hot series will get the Android 12 update later this year.

Android 12 includes features such as new quick tiles, new widgets, improved one-handed mode, notification settings, visual overhaul, new app pairs for split-screen and privacy improvements.

Infinix Note 11 Pro comes with a 1080p 6.95″ screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. It ships with Helio G96 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM(and an additional virtual 3GB RAM) and 128GB onboard storage. For cameras, we have a 64MP main and a 13Mp telephoto with 30X zoom and a depth sensor plus a 16MP selfie camera. It also comes with a 5000mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging.

The Note 11 Pro is powerful enough, has phenomenal battery life, great screen and great sound, solid build, excellent software, cameras that stand out for their reliability and all these competitive specs deliver results worthy of its pro moniker.

Infinix Note 12 VIP is the company’s latest device launched this year and is the company’s sleekest smartphone. This is a significant step up in the build quality and Infinix has refined that look for its latest smartphone.

The Note 12 VIP is every bit a premium device and shows how Infinix has matured as a brand and their flagship midrange offering creates a compelling identity for them. The Note 12 VIP showcases Infinix’s best-in-class features. 

Infinix Note 12 VIP ships with 6.7″ FHD+ AMOLED screen rocking a 10-bit panel with 100% DCI-P3 coverage, 120Hz refresh rate, and 360Hz touch sampling rate. It packs the Helio G96 chipset like its sibling the Note 12(G96) albeit with different layouts. The Note 12i has a Helio G88 chipset.

As pointed out earlier, Android 12 and XOS 10.6 power all the Note 12 series.

The Note 12i has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, the Note 12(G96) ships with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and the Note 12 VIP comes with 8GB of RAM with 5GB of virtual RAM and 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage.

Infinix Note 12 VIP top arsenal is the 120W HyperCharge charging. You can go from empty to full in 20 minutes.

we get a 108MP triple setup accompanied by a 13MP ultrawide and a 2MP depth camera, and Laser Detection Auto Focus.

16MP front-facing camera sits housed in the center punch-hole for selfies.

Given the overall package, the Infinix Note 12 VIP is, the price tag is justified and sets the bar not only for its siblings in the Infinix line but also for rival midrange smartphones from other brands. Infinix Note 12 VIP keeps the competition on its toes.

Infinx Zero 5G is the company’s first 5G phone in the country. Infinix Zero 5G is powered by MediaTek’s 6nm Dimensity 900 chipset and Mali-G68 MC4 GPU coupled with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM[with 3GB Extended RAM] and 256GB of onboard storage[UFS 3.1].

The display is a 6.78″ LCD screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate and brightness capped at 500 nits.

It comes running on Android 11 and XOS 10 so the update will be pretty sweet.

For optics, Infinix Zero 5G comes with a 48MP triple camera setup with a 13MP telephoto lens featuring up to 30X digital zoom and a 2MP depth sensor.


At the front, we have a 16MP selfie camera with Dual Flash Light.

Infinix Zero 5G is powered by a 5000mAh battery and supports 33W fast charging.

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