Infinix has been ramping up tech on its smartphone series in recent years – ranging from its entry-level hot series, midrange Note series and the premium flagship Zero series with a focus on photography and ultra-fast charging.

We’ve also seen design refinements and perfection across their devices and Infinix is adding a new arsenal in the audio segment. The company is partnering up with JBL to tune its speakers for its upcoming Note lineup – presumably, the Note 13 series launching later in May this year.

A prototype is visible at JBL’s exhibit at the ongoing CES 2023 in Las Vegas and has a glossy top half and a circle camera island with three lenses and a LED flash below.

This would be a really good thing as some of Infinix’s rivals already sport JBL-tuned speakers. This new addition would make the Note series more attractive seeing that the Note 12 series went all out design-wise and everything else.

Infinix Note 12 VIP Full Review: Polished and Refined

The Infinix Note 12 VIP had stereo speakers, a 6.7″ FHD+ AMOLED screen rocking a 10-bit panel with 100% DCI-P3 coverage, 120Hz refresh rate, and 360Hz touch sampling rate, and dual X-axis linear motor haptic feedback. Powering the phone was Helio G96 chipset sporting 9 layers of graphene cooling and a vapor chamber. Infinix Note 12 VIP shipped with 8GB of RAM with 5GB of virtual RAM and 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage.

It ran on Android 12 and XOS 10.6 which powered all the Note 12 series.

Infinix Note 12 VIP’s top arsenal was the 120W HyperCharge charging which meant you could go from empty to full in 20 minutes. 

When it came to photography, we had 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.

Infinix Note 12(G96) and Note 12i have a 50MP triple camera setup that includes a 2MP depth sensor and an additional VGA camera. They also rock the 16MP selfie camera.

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