Infinix Note 11 Pro Announced with Telephoto Camera, Gaming Chip, and Impressive Display

Faisal Rasool

Infinix just introduced the sequel to this year’s Note 10 series to round off their bi-annual release cycle. Infinix Note 11 Pro is the first to debut in this line and a big step up over the previous generation. The phone brings powerful performance, a high-end camera, and a smooth display to the Infinix Note family. It's also coming to Pakistan soon, as per our sources.

MediaTek Helio G96, the top-end 4G mobile platform from the chipmaker, is at the heart of Infinix Note 11 Pro. It works with 128GB of fast UFS 2.2 storage (budget phones are often limited to eMMC storage.) You can expand it up to 2 terabytes with a microSD card. Multitasking is handled by 8GB of memory, virtually extended by 3GB for improved performance.

The gaming experience is made immersive with dual stereo speakers and a life-like vibration motor. Also, the screen refreshes at a smooth 120Hz rate and responds at a 180Hz touch sampling rate. Graphite-based cooling keeps the Note 11 Pro from throttling.

Everything is powered by a 5000 mAh battery and the XOS 10 (built on Android 11.) Infinix Note 11 Pro charges over 33W SuperCharge technology, certified by TÜV Rheinland for safety. The charging interface here is USB Type-C.

Unsurprisingly, the Note 11 Pro sports a plastic build at a mid-range Infinix mobile price, offered in Mist Blue, Mithril Gray, and Haze Green. It also includes a 3.5mm audio jack and a side thumbprint reader. A triple-camera cluster is mounted on this shell, featuring a 64MP f/1.7 wide camera, a 13MP telephoto lens (that affords you 30x digital zoom), and a portrait lens. The front camera is 16MP. Night mode works on both front and back cameras. 

Lastly, the screen is a 6.95” IPS LCD that peaks at a 1080P resolution. It’s flanked by minimal bezels and contains an O-hole housing for the front camera. Infinix has yet to unveil the pricing and availability details for the Infinix Note 11 series.


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