Infinix Mobility has launched not one, but two new smartphones in the Philippines and one of them features a 5.7-inch display, MediaTek MT6753 octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM, Android Nougat, and a large 4,300mAh battery. Let’s take a quick look at the Infinix Note 4.
The Note 4, as the name suggests, is basically a phablet thanks to its 5.7-inch screen with Full HD resolution or equal to 386ppi. Placed above it is the receiver, sensor, and the 8MP front camera. Protecting those is a scratch-resistant 2.5D curved glass.
Down below are the physical home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner. Located on its left and right sides are capacitive keys for navigation. These are unlit and with no visible indication to immediately find out which one is for Recent Apps (Left) and Back (Right). This can be confusing for first-time users.
On the right are the power and volume buttons which are placed near the middle for easy reach. Although we find the power button to be too soft or shallow that the lightest grip would click it.
Found on top of the device is the 3.5mm audio port, while down at the bottom is the microUSB port, and two sets of holes for the microphone and loudspeaker.
Flip it on its back and you will see the 13MP main shooter, dual-tone LED flash and the Infinix branding.
When it comes to its construction, the Note 4 looks premium although it’s mostly made of plastic. It also feels solid and doesn’t exhibit any creakiness. The back has curved sides for easy grip and has a glossy finish, which is also a smudge and dust magnet, to match the glass on the front. Although looking like glass, it’s made of plastic and is removable to give you access to the micro SIM slots and microSD card slot.
Infinix Note 4 specs:
5.7-inch Full HD IPS display
1.3GHz MediaTek MT6753 octa-core CPU
Mali-T720 MP3 450MHz
Up to 128GB via microSD (dedicated slot)
8MP front camera
13MP rear camera
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Hotspot
Android 7.0 Nougat
159 x 78.8 x 8.4 mm
Champagne Gold, Milan Black, Ice Blue