Infinix Note 4 was released in August 2017 as a successor to the Infinix Note 3.
The Infinix Note 4 is a dual sim phone with 4G/LTE enabled.
The Infinix Note 4 screen size is 0.3 inches snaller than its predecessor, the Note 3, that had a screen size of 6.0 inches. The display is a Full HD 1920 by 1080 pixels with 386 pixels per inch. Infinix says the display is made of 2.5 D curved glass. The black edges of the display are quite slim and therefore unnoticeable.
The Infinix Note 4 has it’s custom XOS 2.2 operating system running on top of Android Nougat 7.0 operating system. This new operating system has a feature called XHide that lets you hide calls, texts, videos, photos and apps using a password.
This phone spots a 13 MP rear camera with dual LED Flash and an 8 MP front Camera. The front camera tends to soften out details on the photos taken. The rear camera has numerous camera modes and shoots very nice photos.
The phone’s internal memory of 16GB is moderate. However this memory can be boosted by upto 128GB on the Micro SD slot. The phone performs well running games and tasks supported by its 1.3GHz Octa-Core Mediatek processor and 2GB RAM.
It has a battery rating of 4300mAh which is 200mAh lower than the Infinix Note 3. Despite this, it’s battery life is still longer than the Note 3’s. With heavy use such as gaming, lots of calls and youtube content, the phone should make it through a day. The battery is non-removable. It’s Xcharge feature will ensure 45% charge in 30 minutes. Infinix also claims that a 5 min charge is enough to give you a 2 hour phone call or 6 hours of music.
It has a fingerprint sensor is placed on the home button. Fingerprint recognition is becoming more and more common.
5.7 Inch Display
Android 7.0 Nougat Operating System
1.3 GHz Octa-core Processor
2 GB RAM
16 GB Internal Storage.
up to 128 GB Micro SD Card Slot
13 MP Rear Camera with Dual LED Flash
8 MP Front Camera
4300 mAh Non-Removable Battery
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