Infinix Note 10 Pro 4G Price in Pakistan; Retail Box Leak Reveals Screen, Chipset, and Camera Details

Faisal Rasool

The string of leaks surrounding the upcoming Infinix Note 10 Pro from the entry-level brand continues. After the Geekbench benchmark and the FCC documentation, the phone’s retail box was leaked in a hands-on photo. It gives us a peek at the design and features.

We start with the quintessential feature of Infinix Note 8's successor, the oversized display. The Note 10 Pro screen is a 6.9” LCD that refreshes at a smooth 90Hz rate — high refresh rates have finally trickled down to entry-level phones. Also, the hole-punch has been moved to the middle.

MediaTek Helio G95, introduced in early 2020, powers the Infinix Note 10 Pro. Note that the Geekbench benchmark for the phone lists the Helio G90T as its chipset. But the conflict can be explained away considering the Helio G95 is an overclocked edition of the G90T.

The Note 10 Pro packs a 5000 mAh and supports 33W fast charging. You get 8GB+256GB of memory/storage, but 6GB and 4GB options are reportedly in the cards too. Lastly, the new XOS 7.6, based on Android 11, runs on the Note 10 Pro right out of the box. The handset is expected to arrive with an affordable Infinix mobile price tag.

Next, we have the quad-camera system onboard the Infinix Note 10 Pro, led by a 64MP primary sensor. The other three lenses could be dedicated to wide-angle, macro, and portrait photography, based on an educated guess. Embedded in the O-hole cutout is a 16MP front camera. 

There’s also a non-Pro model of the Note 10 series coming, and if this retail box is any guide, the duo should be launching any week now.


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