Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite listed on the Official Website, Feature Quad-Cameras and 5,000 mAh Batteries

Faisal Rasool

Infinix has announced the newly-minted Note series, featuring Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite. The Chinese manufacturer hasn’t released the Infinix prices and availability yet, but it has shared the designs and specifications. The duo brings a now-trendy circular camera bump and a punch-hole screen.


Infinix Note 7

Let’s look at the base edition first. The Note 7 is built around a huge 6.95-inch Infinity-O display (appropriated from Samsung?), that delivers an HD+ resolution, 480 nits of brightness, and a 91.5 screen-to-body ratio. The build has soft roundings, chamfered edges, and a side-mounted thumbprint reader – that doubles as the power button. Though it lacks the ‘X Pen’ stylus that its predecessor debuted with.


The rear-facing panel sports a gorgeous iridescent color that produces a refractive band of colors across it. For added protection, Infinix has layered it with Corning Gorilla Glass. Nestled in the panel is a round camera housing, with four cameras and an LED flash set up inside.


The primary camera is a 48MP module, coupled with a depth camera, a 25mm macro lens, and a low-light camera for videography. The selfie camera is a 16MP shooter.

A MediaTek Helio G70 gaming-oriented platform, in combination with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage (expandable up to 2TB with a microSD card), drives the phone. You can power up its robust 5,000 mAh battery with 18W SuperCharge 3.0. The System-on-Chip runs on an Android-10-based XOS 6.0.

Infinix Note 7 Lite

The ‘Lite’ edition comes with a slightly smaller 6.6-inch Infinity-O display that’s identical to the screen specifications mentioned above (more or less). The front camera lives inside the display and maxes out at 8MP.


On the back, you’re looking at a quad-camera array stacked vertically inside a rectangular housing. The primary camera is a 48MP sensor that works with a pair of 2MP depth and macro lenses, and a QVGA sensor. Another stark difference is the solid gradient look on the rear shell that comes in green, bright purple, and gray hues.

The performance is reasonably snappy for an entry-level device, at least on paper. You get up to 128GB of expandable ROM and 4GB of RAM. Infinix claims that the phone’s 5,000 mAh battery (which supports 2A Super Charge 2.0) can last you up to 4 days of usage.

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