Infinix Note 12
The Infinix Note 12 has 8GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage which is expandable using microSDXC, and it runs on Android 11. It is powered by a 5000 mAh battery. As for the cameras, it has a 50MP primary rear camera along with a 2MP depth sensor and AI sensor. The smartphone comes in Jewel Blue, Force Black, and Sunset Golden colors. Buy it in Kenya today at Montentech Kenya.
Infinix X670 Specs and Price in Kenya
|Price in Kenya||From Ksh. 27,600|
|Display||6.7 inches, AMOLED|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G88|
|Sim Card||Dual SIM|
|Connectivity||GSM / HSPA / LTE|
|Main Camera||50MP+ 2MP +QVGA|
|USB Port||USB Type-C 2.0|
|Battery||Li-Po 5000 mAh|
|Charging||Fast Charging 33W|
|Colors||Jewel Blue, Force Black, Sunset Golden|
Infinix X670 Design
Shiny, glossy, in-your-face phone design has been all-the-rage for the last couple of years and is the same story for Infinix Note 12. The phone has a square-sided frame reminiscent of the recent Oppo Reno 7 5G and iPhone 12 which steps inwards to the front and rear sections. Despite its footprint, the phone remains lighter than similarly sized phones at 185g and is only 7.8mm making it nicely balanced. On the positive side, there’s a headphone jack but no official waterproof rating.
Infinix X670 Display
One reason to buy the Infinix Note 12 is the large display, as you might expect for an ‘INFINIX Note’ branded device. The 6.7” display is decent. It gives you plenty of freeholds to watch videos, play games, or just scroll through your google photos gallery. The Infinix Note 12 offers an AMOLED screen here with a Full HD+ resolution. This gives you better contrast and punchy colors as well as better brightness than many rivals who in turn offer a basic LCD panel.
It’s quite refreshing to see that Infinix hasn’t fallen into the trap of adding a 2MP macro camera just to up the lens count on the Note 12 rear. Instead, the company has focused on the performance of the main camera which is 50MP and accompanied by a 2MP depth sensor. The third is a mysterious sensor that is simply listed as ‘QVGA’ in the specs. Our Infinix press contact is yet to confirm the use of the sensor though. The Infinix Note 12 G96 also features similar optics. An ultrawide might be a nice addition, however, on the finances of the smartphone market, the most crucial issue is that you can get first-rate consequences from the main shooter.
Software and Performance
The phone debuts with Android 11 although it might be termed as outdated when compared to the latest Android 12 and the upcoming Android 13, the software functions quite well just as you would expect from a phone in this price range. What differentiates the Note 12 from the previous Infinix Zero X Pro is the XOS 10.0. This skin of Android is not very polished and stutters in daily use, let alone the fact that it isn’t based on the current Android 12 yet. While some animations are smooth, some lag, and the device often doesn’t register touch resulting in multiple taps to execute the task you may want to. The smartphone performs well in all aspects including gaming. However, the software seems to be pulling down the overall performance because of its inefficiency, restricting it from reaching its full potential.
Battery and Connectivity
Coming to battery life, the Infinix Note 12 is powered by a 5000mAh battery that is similar to that of the Camon 19, and has support for 33W fast charging. This battery can easily run beyond a day of light usage. It is similar to that of the Infinix Note 12i, more powerful than the more expensive Infinix Note 12 VIP, and smaller than the less expensive Infinix Hot 12 Play.
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