Infinix Note 10 – Big and Loaded


Last Updated on November 12, 2023 by TM

Let’s welcome one of Infinix finest and super-gaming smartphone called the Infinix Note 10. As expected, the Infinix Note 10 is a solid piece of tech that comes with an excellent processor in Nigeria.

For a start, the Infinix Note 10 features are just as good for the price. For the most part, almost everything here makes total sense especially for those who are willing to place reasonable cash on the table in Nigeria.

The Infinix Note 10 has a standard look that is welcoming. On first impression, you are quick to notice how big this smartphone is in Nigeria. There is also a pretty decent camera and a standard battery to enjoy too.

Infinix Note 10 Key features

  • Launched: June, 2021
  • 6.95Inch HD+ LCD
  • Main Camera: 48MP + 2MP + 2MP
  • Selfie Camera: 16MP
  • Battery: 5000mAh
  • OS: Android 11, XOS 7.6
  • CPU: Helio G85
  • USB Type-C
  • 18W X-Charge
  • RAM: 4GB/6GB
  • ROM: 64/128 GB
  • Side-mounted Fingerprint Scanner
  • Face Unlock

Infinix Note 10 Price in Nigeria

The Infinix Note 10 is selling at a budget-friendly price in Nigeria. Price begins at $170 about 83,800 naira in Nigeria. It is available in three main colors: Black, Purple and Emerald Green


Honestly, the Infinix Note 10 is a big phone. This is not surprising though, it’s a common characteristics in the Note series if you have been following from earlier on in the previous years. I just felt I lay emphasis on this because it be a little intimidating for people with smaller hands in Nigeria.

The design is just as good, it kind of suite the design trend in Nigeria. This smartphone has everything in place: on the right is the volume rocker and the power button (also acting as the fingerprint scanner).

While the top remains empty, there is a sim tray on the left. At the bottom is where is speaker grill, microphone, headphone jack and USB-C port are positioned which is very convenient. I kind of like how easy it is to reach the fingerprint scanner.

Speaking of sounds, the Infinix Note 10 has dual speakers with DTS audio processing which makes small speakers sound a lot better and bigger in Nigeria. There is also an embedded sound localization technology that supports high-frequency game scenes.


The display is just as good, in here we have a highly customized 6.95inch FHD+ display that bright, clear and sharp. It has up to 180Hz touching sampling rate and a TÜV Rheinland Certified Eye Comfort Technology that lets you game in Nigeria with less eye fatigue.

The display of the Infinix Note 10 also comes with a 387 PPI that very much complements the 1080 x 2460p resolution. Gaming, movie watching, and general media consumption is very colorful and fun.


On the camera is a 16MP selfie camera with professional portrait mode and AI beauty. The selfie camera lets you capture your best versions and also take crystal-clear selfies even in poor light condition In Nigeria.

The Infinix Note 10 does have a 48MP main + 2MP depth + 2MP monochrome rear camera with quad flash. The main camera comes with F1.79 Aperture,6P lens, portrait lens and a 4cm marco lens.


The battery capacity of the Infinix Note 10 is just at the benchmark. You guess the number? A 5000mAh battery is right here, so power your day and make ASAP recharge with the 18W X-charge feature.

Yes! This phone has a fast charging feature that can go from 0 – 100% in 2 hours 15min. The battery also lets you enjoy 53 Days of Standby, 160 Hrs of music playback, 12 Hrs gaming and 38 Hrs of Calling in Nigeria.

Infinix Note 10 Specification

Launched:June, 2020
Dimension:173.2 x 78.7 x 8.8mm
Color:Black, Purple, Emerald Green
Resolution: 1080 x 2460p
Capacity:5000mAh With 18W X-charge
RAM: 6GB | 4GB
ROM:64GB / 128GB
Main Sensor:48MP+2MP+2MP+AI
Chipset:MediaTek Helio G85
Operating System: Android 11
Fingerprint SensorYes
Face UnlockYes
Ambient Light SensorYes
G SensorYes
Electronic CompassYes

Final Thoughts

The Infinix Note 10 is just another affordable budget smartphone in her class. Being the successor of the Infinix Note 8 and the base version for the Note 10 series this year there is quite a couple of improvement that unarguably equate the price in Nigeria.

The performance is good, the design is pretty standard and the display is large enough. I feel smartphone users in Nigeria with a high fleer for big phones should definitely give the Infinix Note 10 a first look especially if you are working on a budget.

Those who are very much interested in gaming are definitely going to find the Infinix Note 10 interesting in Nigeria. With gaming features like Dar-link, tell me why you won’t constantly pay a visit to game zone every day.

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