Infinix Mobility finally unveiled the Infinix Note 4. Themed, Take Charge of Your Life, the Note 4 is the company’s latest device to be unveiled in the country.
The Infinix Note 4 is the successor of the Infinix Note 3 which as we said, we so much loved. The device had amazing specs and the design was pretty good. The Note 4 started retailing on Jumia last week for Kshs. 13,900. So if you wanna get yourself one, you can go ahead and do it.
We managed to get a review unit from our friends at Infinix Mobile, and in this article we are going to do the unboxing and give you the first impressions about the device.
First here are some of the specs you should expect with the Infinix Note 4
- 5.7 inch FHD display
- 2 GB / 3 GB ROM
- 16GB/32GB ROM
- Android N
- Octa-core processor
- 4G: LTE 1(2100) / 3(1800) / 7(2600) / 8(900) / 20(800) / 38(2600) / 40(2300)
- 4-bit Octa-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A53
- MediaTek MT6753 – Mali-T720 MP3 450 MHz
- 13MP rear /8MP front
- microUSB v2.0.
- 4300 mAh battery
You can also read more about the specs in our previous article HERE.
Well, I love the packing Infinix gave to the Note 4, simple new rectangular box giving the device a very appealing look. The packaging is quite similar to what we saw on its predecessor the Infinix Note 3.
What’s in the box?
The box has nothing new, just the regular accessories the Infinix Note 4 itself, a white AC charger, a white USB cable, white earphones, and the specs leaflet for everyone who would want to read about the specs. But remember we will be doing a full review The much talked X-Pen is not included as that’s strictly for the Infinix Note 4 Pro.
Well, that’s all we have in the box.
The display is 5.7 inches HD, this is a downgrade from what we saw on the Infinix Note 3 which was six Inches.
Infinix also changed the design on the Note 4 moving away from the metal build we saw on the Note 3 to a Polycarbonate build on the Note 4.
Infinix has also integrated the physical home button which also serves as the fingerprint sensor. Do we love it? Yes, let’s just say it better than having it at the back of the phone.
Unlike what we saw on the Infinix Note 3, the Note 4 cover is removable so you basically had to remove it to be able to insert your sim card or Micro SD card.
Well, that’s it for now, be sure to keep visiting our blog for a full review coming up in the coming week. We will also be sharing more details about the Infinix Note 4 Pro, which has some pretty exciting features than what we are seeing with the Note 3.
You can also visit our Instagram page techtrendske to see more photos of this device.