Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite launched, know price and specifications

Smartphone company Infinix has launched two new smartphones in the market, including Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite. Though the company has not officially announced its launch, these two smartphones have been listed on the official website of the company. Where all their specifications have been listed. These smartphones have been given a primary camera of 48MP and 5000mAh as special features.

At present, the company has provided information about the specifications of Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite. No disclosure has been made about their price and availability now. But it is expected that soon the company will make an announcement on availability. But its users will have to wait a little longer. Also, let us make it clear that these smartphones have been listed on the company’s global website.

Specifications of Infinix Note 7

The Infinix Note 7 features a 6.95-inch HD+ Infinity-O display. Whose screen resolution is 720 x 1,640 pixels. Punch hole selfie snapper is present on the phone. It has a front camera of 16MP. The quad rear camera is present on the phone. The primary sensor of the phone is 48MP. While 2MP has a macro sensor, 2MP depth sensor, and a low light video camera. This phone works on the octa-core MediaTek Helio G70 processor. For power backup, it has a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.

Infinix Note 7 Lite specifications

The Infinix Note 7 Lite features a 6.6-inch HD+ infinity-O display. It will also facilitate users to punch — hole selfie cutouts. This phone is equipped with a MediaTek Helio P22 processor. It has a front camera of 8MP. While the phone’s rear camera is similar to Note 7. But the 5,000mAh battery comes with 10W fast charging support.

Afroz Khan
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