Infinix NOTE3 Unboxing and photos

The much talked about Infinix NOTE3 was finally launched on Wednesday 17th. The launch was done at a colorful event held at the Intercontinental and was graced by Infinix Mobility co-founder and Managing Director Mr. Benjamin Jiang.

According to Mr.Benjamin, the new device, Infinix Note3 is a testament to the company’s resilience in pursuing innovation in mobility, adding that it is a result of a convergence of needs and ideas.

We have the device with us and we are going to unbox it and share some photos of what you as the consumer should expect when you purchase the device.



The Infinix NOTE3 comes packed in a neat blue rectangular box. The packaging gives the phone a very appealing look. The packing is a bit different from what we saw from its predecessor the Infinix NOTE2 which was packaged in a simple box with less design.

What’s in the box?



The box has the usual accessories: The Infinix NOTE3 itself, a white AC charger, a white USB cable, earphones, a SIM Tray ejector tool, and a specs leaflet for people who really want to read about the phone’s specs.


It looks like Infinix Mobile  listened to consumers complaints of not including earphones in the NOTE2. This time round, the Infinix NOTE3 comes with earphones.


Well, that’s all in the box. I will be doing a full review in the coming week but just to let you the phone has some really impressive features. It is a complete upgrade from the Infinix NOTE2.


The phone gave me a very positive impression from the first time the leaks started coming out. The metallic design really works for me and I am sure most smartphone users will also love this. The fingerprint scanner and the cooling system on the phone are also one thing that I loved about the phone.

I will be telling you more about the device in my full review in the coming week. In the meantime, check more photos of the Infinix NOTE3 below.

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Nixon Kanali

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