Inifinix has just launched the Note 11 Pro and it comes with a bunch of nifty improvements in a large package.
Like the Note 8 that we reviewed before, the Note 11 Pro is a huge device measuring at 6.95-inches – its IPS LCD display is capable of pushing up to 120Hz refresh rate. There’s also a 180Hz touch sampling rate which is great for gaming and scrolling.
Under the hood, you get a MediaTek Helio G96 SoC along with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.
For imaging, you get a 64MP main lens alongside a 13MP telephoto camera. The phone is able to zoom up to 30x digital. For selfies you get a 16MP lens.
The Note 11 Pro also comes with a set of top- and bottom-firing speakers called the Digital Theatre System – we’re expecting this to function like your standard stereo audio system you’d find on smartphones today.
Powering this hunkering mammoth is an equally-large 5,000mAh battery; there’s also support for up to 33W of fast charging.
In terms of software, the phone runs on XOS 10, which is based on Android 11; plus there’s also virtual RAM that borrows 3GB of memory from the phone’s internal storage.
The company hasn’t disclosed the product’s pricing or availability, but if it’s anything like the Note 8 we mentioned, anyone looking for a decent affordable phablet should set their eyes on this.