The Infinix Note 8 is the latest premium android smartphone in the Infinix Note Series. It was announced on October 15, 2020, and released on November 4, 2020, which makes it the latest smartphone in the Note series. This cool-to-show-off smartphone was specially designed to improve your android smartphone experience and make your online life a lot easier.
In this article, ICT Catalogue will do a review of Infinix Note 8 and its price in Nigeria.
Main Specs and Features
- Display: 6.95 Inches, IPS LCD, HD+ 70 × 1640
- Memory: Internal Storage worth of 128GB and 2TB External Storage compatible.
- RAM: 6GB
- Network and Data Connectivity: GPRS, EDGE, 3G, and 4G
- Camera: Rear Camera: 64MP+2MP+2MP+2MP Quad Camera. Front Camera: 16MP+2MP Dual Selfie Camera
- Sensors: Side-mounted fingerprint, G-Sensor, Gyroscope, Light Sensor, and Proximity Sensor
- Operating System: Android 10.
- Processor: Octa-core MediaTek Helio G80
- Battery: Non-removable Li-Po Battery (5200mAh).
Body Design and Display
Looking at the Infinix Note 8 will make anyone financially buoyant enough to purchase it one time as it is beautifully designed. At first sight, it resembles the Infinix Zero 8, its counterpart in the Zero series. Like other premium android smartphones, the body is made up of specially designed technological uniqueness. It has a transparent Gem-like design that makes it uniquely flashy. Its fingerprint sensor is side-mounted which enables unlocking in milliseconds. The main quad camera is polygonally situated in the rear which makes it beautiful.
In terms of display, Infinix Note 8 has a 6.95 LCD IPS H screen with a resolution of 70 × 1640. This gives you one of the best viewing and gaming experience in HD and 3D.
This is another essential feature that makes the Infinix Note 8 a premium android smartphone. Its 64MP quad-camera, which is also the main camera allows you to capture the best moments memorable for you. In the main camera, it features a 64MP ultrawide angle lens, 2MP macro lens, 2MP depth lens, and a 2MP AI Camera with a quad rear flashlight. With these features on the rear camera, short filming of high quality is a guarantee
The selfie camera on the other hand is a dual punch hole 16MP+2MP camera perfect for selfies and video calls.
Performance and Memory
Infinix Note 8 functions on an octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 processor which makes its performance more excellent than its other Infinix Note series and guarantees you excellent ace gaming performance. Infinix describes it as an all-rounder, excellent performance.
Its GPU image rendering frequency is 14% upgraded compared to its predecessor Infinix Note 7 which runs on Helio G70. Also, it has a 35% upgraded authoritative benchmark score of ANTUTU which higher than the Helio G70 in Note 7.
Its internal storage is worth 128GB which makes lots of files, documents, videos, games, and apps stored in the phone’s internal memory without difficulty. Also its external storage is compatible with memory card of up to 2 Terabytes. Its RAM is 6GB so you don’t have to worry about the phone getting heated up or hanging.
Network and Connectivity
Infinix Note 8 supports GPRS, EDGE, 2G, 3GLTE, as well as 4G which is perfect for a stable and fast internet connection of up to 150mbps. It also has wireless connections which include Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi Hotspot for internet connection. It also comes with a micro USB 2.0 cord.
Battery and Power
The phone is powered by a non-removable 5000mAh Li-Polymer battery. That is, the smartphone, when fully charged, is powered for 3 days or more. Users do not have to worry about power bank or power failure.
The Infinix Note 8 runs on Android 10, the latest and popular android versions that run on the latest android smartphones.
Infinix Note 8 Price in Nigeria
As this is one of the latest premium and classy android phones designed by Infinix in the note series, its ability, performance, and usage worth its price as it’s a cool-to-show-off phone. Infinix Note 8 is sold at N90,400 in Slot. If you want to order online you can compare prices on Jumia.
Having reviewed this premium smartphone from Infinix, Infinix Note 8 will basically make your android experience much more interesting and your digital life better. However, when buying a smartphone in Nigeria, be sure you buy from a certified phone store like Slot, Microstation, or 3C Hub. If you want to buy from an online store, Jumia and Konga are the most recognized online stores in Nigeria and Africa. in addition, be sure to take your receipt from the seller to avoid stories that touch the heart in the nearest future. It is also important to note down your IMEI number on a safe paper so that you can be able to trace the phone when it gets missing.
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