Infinix NOTE 11 Pro might feature a 120Hz display and telephoto camera

Infinix has been teasing a number of smartphones over the last few months. Some of those phones have gone ahead to be launched in the market with the recent one being the Infinix ZERO X. And now, it looks like the company is about to unveil another device in its NOTE series, the Infinix NOTE 11.

The Infinix NOTE 11 will be the successor to the NOTE 10 that was launched back in June this year.  

The company has not shared official specs about this device but as expected we have some leaks out already. 

The leaked images from XDA Developers show what we should expect on the upcoming Infinix NOTE 11 Pro.  The design is similar to what we saw on the Infinix NOTE 10 Pro.

The images show a rectangular camera module in the top-right corner of the back panel. This primary shooter is believed to be a 64 MP shooter that we have seen in most mid-range devices being unveiled in the market. There is also some  Infinix branding towards the bottom, and volume and power buttons on the right side. 

[Photo: XDA Developers]
The leak also suggests that the Infinix NOTE 11 Pro will come with a 6.95″ Super Fluid Display and 120Hz refresh rate support. This is a good upgrade. You’ll also have the option to choose an Auto-switch refresh rate that is available in some premium devices like the iPhone 13. 

We might also be getting a side-mounted fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button, similar to what we saw on the Infinix NOTE 10 Pro. The device will also be powered by a Helio G96 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.

We loved the Infinix NOTE 10 Pro. It was the best Infinix NOTE the company has ever made. If you listen to the 24Bit podcast we did talking about this phone, you will notice there was really nothing to complain about the Infinix NOTE 10 PRO. Looks like these are the same thoughts we will be having about the Infinix NOTE 11 Pro, at least based on the features we have mentioned above.

We will be updating you on the phone’s pricing and availability in Kenya in our subsequent articles. 

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