Infinix NOTE 7 Pre-orders Open in Kenya Starting at Ksh 18,399 with Free Delivery

Infinix Kenya has opened pre-orders for its new NOTE device, Infinix Note 7. It succeeds 2018’s Note 5, bringing the usual incremental update upgrades from hardware to software and to design.

It sports a 6.95-inch HD+ IPS LCD display with brightness maxing out at 480nits. The display is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass lining, although the company has not provided specifics.

The battery is a massive 5,000mAh non-removable Li-Po battery, and the phone ships with an 18W charging brick for replenishing. It is available in two memory configurations: 4GB RAM + 64GB and  6GB RAM + 128GB storage.

Infinix NOTE 7 Kenya
Infinix NOTE 7 in Apple Green and Med Blue colors

For smartphone photo enthusiasts there is a triple camera setup on the rear including a 48 MP primary sensor, a 2 MP macro, 2MP depth and a 2MP f/1.8, a dedicated video camera that is only available on the 6GB/128GB model. The phone can shoot up to 1080p videos at just 30fps.

Moving to the internal hardware, it uses MediaTek’s first gaming-focused chipset, Helio G70. The phone runs on Android 10.0 out-of-the-box, with proprietary XOS 6.0 UI on top.

Security features include Face Unlock, together with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Infinix NOTE 7 Price

Infinix Note 7 4GB/64GB model will cost your Ksh 18,399 while the 6GB/128GB model is priced at Ksh 20,699, in either Med Blue, Milan Black, and Apple Green colors.

Delivery will be done 15 days after placing the order and every purchase will include a free Bluetooth speaker. The phone is available for pre-order at Infinix’s online marketplace, xpark.

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