Infinix Note 12 Pro Rebooting With 4G SoC, Fancy Redesign, and an Ambitious Price Tag

Sohail Akhtar

Affordable prices and ambitious features; it's one way to describe Infinix's latest Note 12-lineup. But truth be told, it can canvas all smartphone segments. You have a cheaper Note 12i, the mid-rangers Note 12 and Note 12 G96, and last but not least, the Infinix flagships Note 12 VIP and Note 12 Pro 5G.

Due to Pakistan's non-5G disposition, Note 12 Pro 5G may not reach our market. However, the brand is cooking up a 4G remake of the same device; with their World Premiere event underway, Infinix Note 12 Pro 4G can potentially make it to Pakistani shores. Previously we covered the 4G variant's first retailer appearance on Aliexpress. Let's overview its listed specifications.

Design and feature-wise, the 4G Note 12 Pro is in line with its Pro 5G alter-ego. You will see a glossy accent spanning the upper part of the rear panel. It's there to make its tri-camera layout look flashy. The fuselage has a frosty matte texture, and the edges are flat with rounded corners.

Note 12 Pro 4G is likely to run the XOS 10.6 flavor of Android controlled by MediaTek's Helio G99 SoC. Infinix Pro's new model has an integrated Mali-G57 GPU for gaming and graphics needs. To energize everything, you will see a solid 5000mAh battery pack rounded off with 33W fast rechargeability.

An eccentric 6.7-inch AMOLED screen floods the entire front view on Note 12 Pro 4G. It packs a Full HD+ (1080 x 2400p) resolution, and infinix calls it the True Color AMOLED display. The panel only supports 60Hz refresh, but It spreads flawlessly from corner to corner. A sneaky U-shaped notch sits the 16MP selfie camera upfront.

Talking about the camera, Note 12 Pro 4G has a triple-slot disc-shaped module with a 108MP snapper inside. It offers 8GB RAM and 256GB storage capacity with a virtual RAM expansion feature. The base price should fall under ~PKR 40,000/-       


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