The phone’s enticing price is matched by some standout features including a huge 6.95-inch LCD screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz, dual speakers, three cameras, and a massive 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging capability.
There is a dunk test to begin with. The Note 11 Pro isn’t water-resistant, but it’s tested by being submerged for 30 seconds in shallow water.
There’s no obvious damage at this time, but a video deconstruction will reveal whether water got into the smartphone.
Screen protector is pre-installed on the phone’s display. Scratches are visible on the glass below at a level 8 on the Mohs hardness scale, with larger scratches appearing at a level 9. Everything on this phone is made of plastic.
However, despite the Note 11 Pro’s plastic construction, it is robust enough to pass the bend test.
Due to its lack of an IP rating, plastic construction, and susceptibility to scratches, the host assigns the Infinix gadget a 6.5/10. Source