Infinix Note 11 Unveils With AMOLED Screen, Helio G88, & 50MP Camera; Coming to Pakistan By mid-November

Faisal Rasool

The Note series was recently refreshed with the all-new Infinix Note 11 Pro. And Infinix just rounded it off with a baseline edition, the Note 11. The new Note 11 hit the global market today and it’s landing in Pakistan by November 15, according to sources.

The Infinix Note 11 is built on a similar blueprint as its Pro cousin. Its screen features a 6.7” FHD+ AMOLED display. The panel reaches a mid to high contrast ratio, peaks at 650 nits of brightness, and fills a 91% screen-to-body ratio. It’s a big step up from the LCD screen that the last-gen Note 10 rocks.

Flip the Infinix Note 11 over to find a triple camera and a chamfered body. The ‘cyclops’ layout for the camera system is a carbon copy of many modern Vivo phones. It’s a cluster of 50MP f/1.6 wide lens and two low-res supporting cameras. The wide aperture on the main camera allows for advanced night mode. Plus, the 16MP front camera also features a dedicated low-light mode.

Official Infinix mobile price is not revealed yet. The manufacturer offers the phone in Celestial Snow, Glacier Green, and Graphite Black. At 7.9mm of depth, this matte-finished design is also slimmer. We find a side-facing thumbprint reader embedded in the phone’s frame. The Note 11 also includes DTS-certified dual stereo speakers. A graphite-based system keeps the phone cool and its performance steady.

The chipset inside the Infinix Note 11 is the MediaTek Helio G88. It’s powered by a 5000 mAh and 33W SuperCharge. You can pick from 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB storage options. The latest XOS 10 based on Android 11 runs on this hardware. Infinix’s XOS is one of the cleaner and faster UI’s on the market. The phone’s pricing has yet to surface.


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