Infinix Note 10 Pro Certified by FCC; Coming Soon with 256GB of Storage and 33W Fast Charging

Faisal Rasool

Infinix is gearing up to refresh its entry-level Note lineup for this year. The company is skipping a generation and going straight to Note 10, following the Infinix Note 8. The “Pro” edition of this series recently secured an FCC certification, signaling its upcoming launch.

Abhishek Yadav, a Twitter phone leaker, first spotted the certificate. The documents detail the phone’s charging and storage specs. Infinix Note 10 Pro is listed under the model number ‘X695’, featuring 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage. Plus, it fast charges over 33W.

The schematic attached with the listing shows the back of the phone. Infinix Note 10 Pro has its camera cluster encased in a box-shaped housing. We’re looking at five cutouts (one presumably for the LED flash and the other four for the camera system.)

The shell of the upcoming edition to the Infinix price list has soft edges, and you can make out a groove for the side-facing fingerprint scanner. No details beyond the mentioned Note 10 Pro specs are known at the time of this writing, but we should learn more as the launch nears.

For context, the previous Note 8 had the MediaTek helio G80 chip and a 5200 mAh battery. The screen has an oversized 6.95” IPS LCD panel, delivering a 720P resolution. If these specs are any guide, the Infinix Note 10 Pro could feature a faster chipset and a 1080P display.


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