Infinix Note 12 Pro 4G Announced Quietly; Spotted on an Online Retailer's Website

Inaam Azeem

Infinix is making breakthroughs with its Note 12 lineup of smartphones. We witnessed the 120W Hyper Charge technology with the Infinix Note 12 VIP while the other members; Note 12 and 12i, Note 12 G96, and Note 12 Pro 5G also offer a bang for the buck. However, the brand has silently dropped another sibling to this ever-increasing series. The Note 12 Pro 4G got listed on an e-commerce website, revealing everything it brings on board.

You can find the store listing on the official Infinix page at AliExpress. As per the listing, the Infinix Note 12 Pro 4G appears quite similar to its 5G counterpart and the Note 12 VIP. The edges are flat, while the frame feels sleek with a 7.8mm thickness.

There’s a large circular camera module within a glossy rectangular segment on the upper half of the device. A triple-lens combo sits inside the module where the primary shooter is an impressive 108MP snapper. There’s also a duo of 2MP sensors for photography assistance.

On the front, the Note 12 Pro 4G flaunts a giant 6.7 inches 60Hz AMOLED panel with a Full HD+ 1080p resolution. The display also accommodates the 16MP selfie shooter in a dewdrop notch. The new Mediatek Helio G99 chipset, announced by Infinix a month ago, is powering the pixels. This 6nm SoC is paired with a Mali-G57 MC2 graphic unit and an 8GB/256GB internal capacity. The RAM is virtually expandable by up to 5GB.

The energy needs are fulfilled by a 5,000 mAh battery unit that quickly fills up the new addition to the Infinix price list with 33W Supercharging using a Type-C port. There’s also full dual sim support, a MicroSD slot, NFC connectivity, and dual speakers with DTS surround sound.

The Note 12 Pro 4G is currently listed for a discounted price of $275. However, in Black and Blue Finishes, users can get a 50% off deal for just $199 between July 18 and 22. It currently translates to around somewhere around 49,000 PKR but could easily cross the 50k mark in the coming days, considering the fast Pak Rupee devaluation on daily basis.


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