The Infinix Note 7 is coming after the Note 6 and of course there are a lot of improvements and upgrades that the Note 7 offers. Examples of these upgrades include a more attractive design, better cameras, a bigger battery etc.
In this article we will be taking a look at the features and price of this lovely device.
Infinix Note 7
The 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage model can be gotten in Nigeria for about ₦79,000, while the 6GB RAM/128GB internal storage model can be gotten for about ₦89,500.
As we already pointed out, there are two models of the Infinix Note 7 and they both come with different price tags.
Note 7 Design / Display
The Infinix Note 7 is a very lovely device that phone users would have no problem flaunting.
It comes with a 6.95 inch IPS LCD display which has a screen resolution of 720 x 1640 and a pixel density of 258 ppi. This display has a punch hole camera cut-out.
The rear is very nice looking with a gradient design and exciting colour pattern that changes colours depending on how the smartphone is tilted.
You will also find a circular camera bump at the rear of the device which is where the quad cameras are placed. The Infinix branding which shows that it is an Infinix smartphone is also found at the rear of the device.
Note 7 Cameras
Lovers of Infinix phones will be impressed with the camera set up of the Infinix Note 7.
The rear camera is a quad-camera system which consists of a 48MP primary camera, a 2MP macro camera, a 2MP depth camera and another 2MP camera. This camera set up supports HDR, Panorama and can shoot videos capped at 1080p at 30fps. You can be sure of the fact that this type of camera set up will give clear and sharp images.
The front camera is a 16MP camera which will give lovely images and can also shoot videos at 30fps.
Amongst other camera features the smartphone features a 2.8 μm lens, f/1.8 aperture, and a 5 element lens system which will provide phone users with amazing results even in low light environment.
Infinix Note 7 Hardware / Software
The Infinix Note 7 can be put in the class of lower-midrange Android Phones but it is still equipped with specs that can comfortably handle tasks with micro delay.
Powering the Infinix Note 7 is an octa-core MediaTek Helio G70 processor and a Mali-G52 2EEMC2 graphics processing unit.
If you love playing games with your smartphone then you will love this Infinix Note 7 as the device offers better gaming experience than what is obtainable with the Infinix Note 6.
The Infinix Note 7 operates with the Android 10.0 running with the XOS 6.0 user interface.
When it comes to memory and storage capacity, the smartphone is available in two models. There is the 4GB RAM/ 64GB internal storage model and there is the 6GB RAM/128GB internal storage model.
The device is equipped with an impressive 5000mAh battery which phone users will definitely appreciate.
The Infinix Note 7 has support for only as much as 4G LTE. This is just another way of saying that the smartphone does not support 5G and as such phone users will have their downloads, uploads and streaming capped at 4G speeds.
The device supports dual-band wifi, Bluetooth 5.0 and features a 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a 2.0 Micro-USB port.
Infinix Note 7 Lite
Infinix Note 7 Lite – Note 7 Lite is a cheaper version of the Infinix Note 7 and the two devices comes with similar features.
Nevertheless, there are still some noticeable differences in the features of the two phones which include a smaller display, smaller front camera, etc. The change in some of the features is why the 7 Lite is more affordable than its premium sibling.
Infinix Note 7 Lite
The Note 7 Lite can be purchased for about ₦63,900 in Nigeria.
Note 7 Lite Design / Display
There are differences when it comes to the design and display of the Note 7 Lite and the Infinix Note 7. The former comes with a smaller display and a different back camera arrangement.
The Note 7 Lite comes with a 6.6-inch IPS LCD display which is about 0.3-inch smaller than that of the Note 7. The display of the Note 7 lite has a screen resolution of 720 x 1640 and a screen density of 266 ppi.
Turn the phone over and you will see the rear quad cameras placed inside a square, which is an arrangement that is similar to what is obtainable with the Hot 9.
While the Infinix Note branding on the Note 7 was placed at the center of the back of the phone, it was moved to the left side on the Note 7 Lite.
7 Lite Cameras
The camera system of the Note 7 Lite is similar to that of the Infinix Note 7. A noticeable difference however is the drop in the pixel size of the selfie camera of the Note 7 Lite.
The rear camera of the smartphone is a quad-camera setup which is made up of a 48MP primary camera, a 2MP macro camera, a 2MP depth camera and a QVGA camera.
This camera set up works together with the impressive 6 element lens system to make sure that phone users will get really clear and sharp images almost like professional grade photography.
The depth sensor allows for background blurring while the micro camera makes sure that no detail is left out.
This camera setup supports HDR, Panorama and can shoot videos at 1080p @ 30fps.
As we pointed out earlier, there is a difference between the front cameras of the Note 7 Lite and the Note 7.
While the front camera of the Infinix Note 7 is a 16MP camera that of the Note 7 Lite is an 8MP camera. Nevertheless, phone users are assured of reasonably clear pictures and the selfie camera can also shoot 1080p videos at 30fps.
Hardware / Software
The Note 7 Lite is powered by an Octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 MT6762 processor and a PowerVR GE8320 graphics processing unit.
The device boasts of a 4GB RAM/64GB of internal storage. It also features an amazing non-removable 5000 mAh Li-Po battery that will serve you really well.
The device runs with the Android 10.0 operating system with the XOS 6.0 interface.
The Note 7 Lite boasts of a 3.5mm headphone jack and a version 2.0 Micro-USB port. It also supports dual-band Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth 5.0.
The smartphone does not support 5G as Internet connectivity on it is capped at 4G LTE. Therefore downloads, uploads and streaming will be at 4G speeds.