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Infinix Note 11 and Note 11 Pro announced with 120Hz refresh rate

    As the official successor to the previous generation, Infinix introduces its latest Note 11 and Note 11 Pro. These new smartphones are powered by MediaTek Helio G96 SoC paired with 8GB of RAM for starters, but most specs and features are different.

    The Infinix Note 11 Pro is clearly the main insight here, offering a large 6.95-inch full-HD+ IPS LCD display with 1080p resolution and support for a 120Hz refresh rate, which is bigger than the 90Hz on the Note 10 Pro, however, it retains the 180Hz touch sampling rate.

    It arrives with TUV Rheinland certified for low blue light and has a contrast ratio of 1500:1. However, there are some differences between the Note 11 and Note 11 Pro, which is around the cameras and others.

    Infinix Note 11 Pro features
    Infinix Note 11 Pro features

    These Smartphones arrive with an identical design as its predecessor, where the Note 11 will come in Celestial Snow, Glacier Green, and Graphite Black options and the Infinix Note 11 Pro in Haze Green, Mist Blue, and Mithril Gray color options.

    With the MediaTek Helio G96 chipset running through its veins, alongside a pair of Cortex-A76 CPU cores, coupled with Arm Mali-G57 graphics, which is smaller than the Mali-G76 MC4 GPU in its predecessor – The Infinix Note 10 Pro.

    One significant feature of the Helio G96 chipset is the Infinix Note 11 series’s 9 layers of graphene film (SuperCool system) that help keep the chipset cool. The Note 11 Pro starts at 8GB of RAM and 128GB, both memory storage ( up to 2TB) and RAM are expandable tho.

    There is 3GB of virtual RAM, thanks to the new company’s XOS 10 software based on Android 11 OS. The company also added Infinix’s Write Booster that accelerates writing speed, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and an FM radio receiver.

    Infinix Note 11 Pro arrives with a triple rear camera setup, offering a primary 64-megapixel sensor, followed by a 13-megapixel telephoto lens with 30x optical zoom, and instead of the 8-megapixels ultra-wide lens of the previous model, there’s a 2-megapixel bokeh lens.

    On the other hand, the Infinix Note 11 is equipped with a dual rear camera setup, offering a 50-megapixel primary sensor accompanied by a 2-megapixel telephoto lens. However, both phones have an in-screen 16-megapixel selfie sensor and record 1080p @30fps.

    As part of what Infinix calls a “Digital Theater System” the Note 11 Pro arrives with stereo speakers on both top and bottom, these are dual speakers with DTS surround sound. There are other incredible features that improve the gaming stance on these handsets.

    Infinix Note 11 Pro
    Infinix Note 11 Pro

    Well, aside from the cooling specs, there is the Dar-link 2.0 software that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to improve image stability and touch sensitivity. However, Infinix claims that Dar-link 2.0 learns the user’s usage patterns and optimizes the battery, temperature, and memory for maximum performance.

    Infinix Note 11 specifications are limited, while more information will be coming soon, both handset feature face unlocks and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5, and USB OTG. The Infinix Note 11 Pro is 8.7mm slim.

    These phones come with a 5,000mAH battery that supports 33W SuperCharge fast charging, and they can easily cast images and video, which includes a screen mirroring to TVs and laptops. The necessary details are included inside the box, such as a power adapter, etc.

    Infinix claims that the battery should survive 800 charge cycles without noticeable degradation in capacity, thanks to some TÜV Rheinland-approved charging tech. The prices for these phones are yet to be introduced.