Infinix Note 10 Pro's Leaked Price in Pakistan with Real-life Photos; Color Options, Specs, and More

Faisal Rasool

Folks over at XDADevelopers were the first to uncover high-quality product mockups of the upcoming Infinix Note 10 Pro. The blog has now followed up on the leak with hands-on photos of the same model. We’re also given a handful of alleged features. Do note that the handset is also set to launch in Pakistan soon.

The successor of the Infinix Note 8 Series will be available in at least two colorways — a lavender mirror finish and a duotone matte in a sunrise shade. The paint job extends to the camera accents in both cases. You can also make out a side-facing fingerprint scanner etched into the curved frame of the device. 

The camera cluster is laid out to resemble a six-lens arrangement — four cameras, one LED flash, and one placeholder. It’s led by a 64MP main sensor. On the other side, we’re looking at a standard 16MP lens. This selfie camera is housed inside a hole-punch cutout. Like many smartphone-makers as of late, Infinix has also moved it to the center of the screen.

The budget-sensitive family of brands to which Infinix belongs typically offers huge, oversized displays; the Note 10 Pro is no exception. At 6.9” across, it’s a big phone. The screen of the Infinix latest model 2021 itself, likely an IPS LCD panel, delivers a smooth 90Hz refresh rate.

It’s all powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 — from MediaTek’s line of budget gaming chips. You get up to 8GB of memory and a 5000 mAh battery to back the Note 10 Pro. It won’t be verified until Infinix makes the announcement, but the phone could cost upwards of $200 (~ Rs. 30,000.)


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