Last Updated on June 11, 2021 by TM
The Infinix Note series lineup have always been one of the top tier level flagship Infinix have ever produced. It always has this classic look and stunning features that equals the price it shots at in Nigeria.
Now! A new Tech just stepped it, you can call it the Infinix Note 7 if you like. I myself decided to do a sort of renaming and figured out the best name to call this phone is: “gaming champ”
Wondering why I chose that name? The reason is very straight. Infinix just showed us how powerful the Note 7 is this year with the new Helio G70 chip they put inside this phone.
That said, the Infinix Note 7 is a beauty in her class. I will suggest you pause for a moment and take a look at the back. What did you see, a whole punch of beauty?
Infinix Note 7 Key features
Announced: March, 2020 Display-size: 6.95 HD+ Resolution: 720 x 1640p Dimension: 173.4 x 79 x 8.75mm Aspect Ratio: 20.5:9 RAM: 6GB ROM: 128GB Battery: 5000mAh Chipset: Helio G70 Selfie Camera: 16MP Rear Camera: 48MP + 2MP + 2MP + 0.08 QVGA SIM Slot: Dual Nano Network: 4G
Infinix Note 7 Price in Nigeria
Taking about price, the Infinix Note 7 price is now official, it is now available for purchase in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda and other countries in Africa.
For a quick start, we continue from where we stopped right there at the top. Let’s continue to explore the beauty of the Infinix Note 7 especially now that it has no fingerprint scanner at the back.
I guess you are already thinking about an in-display fingerprint scanner in front. Hey man! Forget it, the Infinix Note 7 got a side-mounted fingerprint scanner instead. It is positioned in the same region you expect to see your power button.
The Infinix Note 7 comes with two powerful stereo speakers that feature a DTS Audio Processing which helps to improve audio sound quality by a good percent.
Whether you are watching movies or gaming with or without headphones in Nigeria, the Infinix Note 7 produces a crisper, louder and more balanced sound for your listening ear.
The Infinity-0 display here gives you a glimpse of what it means to have a cinematic screen, yes! It’s right in your hand. The Infinix Note 7 has a 6.95 inch punch-hole display with all round immersive experience.
The display is Cinematic in all sense considering the fact that it feature a 91.5% screen-to-body ratio and a 20.5:9 aspect ratio which in return renders a good view for gaming and general media consumption in Nigeria.
The display also feature a standard 720 x 1640p resolution and has up to 480 nit brightness. It is not an OLED display but rather LCD in nature. The quality is pretty okay if you ask me.
The Infinix Note 7 comes with a camera design that is very unusual among Infinix smartphones in Nigeria. The design I will say is unique, I can’t help but look indiscriminately lolx.😃
The camera here is pretty standard, a 48MP + 2MP + 2MP + 0.08 QVGA with an LED flash is what you will find at the back. There is even a standard AI on the camera to help you guess correctly as you shoot.
Over to the front, is the usual story. A 16MP punch-hole selfie camera is what is obtainable here. I believe you know what to do with the front-facing camera of the Infinix Note 7 in Nigeria. The ladies are in the best position to answer that.
Either way, the Infinix Note 7 gives you much access to shoot masterpieces that stand out from the crowd with or without the LED flash.
You can record 1080P low-light video with super steady action shots, take portrait shots and comfortably capture night photos with advance AI image stabilization accompanied with night mode.
Infinix is telling us to change the way we think about charging with the Infinix Note 7. I guess they are right, we just have to acknowledge the perfect timing of the season.
The Infinix Note 7 offers a 5000mAh with the best-in-class 18W super charge 3.0 that runs through the micro USB port which presently has the fastest charging time in the Note series as far as 2020 is concern. Period!
This is absolutely the perfect time for an upgrade since majority of us here in Nigeria love to see big battery capacities especially when you want to spend a little bit higher than your budget.
Software & Specs
The Infinix Note 7 comes with Android 10 based on XOS 6.0 which comes with tons of upgrades and features you will love to play with from scratch.
Among the stunning features available on XOS 6.0 UI includes: Intuitive/Android 10 Gesture Navigation, easy customization to Dark mode, live transcribe, Wi-Fi share and lots more.
On the storage configuration, you will find 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM with expandability option. The Infinix Note 7 has the Helio G70 chip which is more powerful than the P35 on the Note 6.
Upgrades are important, it is more interesting when it comes along with beauty. The Infinix Note 7 is beautiful, this is a fact we cannot deny in Nigeria.
The upgrades really makes sense even though we wanted an OLED screen but I guess Infinix had to eliminate that in order to arrive at a reasonable price point in Nigeria.
In summary, I will say the Infinix Note 7 is indeed an incredible piece of hardware that is balanced in so many ways. If you are a gamer, consider this an option.