Last week, Infinix unveiled three new cellphones, one of which was the Note 12. According to a report from an unnamed source, this was only the beginning of a new model series.
based on what we know so far, it seems to be a more expensive variant of the Note 12 — maybe a follow-up to the Infinix Note 11 Pro.
There is a 108MP label on the rear, which is a significant improvement over the Note 12’s 50MP 1/2.8″ sensor. In addition, there is an additional camera, and it seems to be an ultra wide module, as indicated by the “12-24 mm” tag (the vanilla Note only got a 2 MP depth sensor extra). On the Zero X Pro, Infinix employed a 108 megapixel sensor (an ISOCELL HM2).
The Helio G96 is the most likely power source for this Note model, according to a source close to the development process. Compared to the G88 in the vanilla model, this implies faster CPU cores (using two A76 cores instead of two A75), a comparable Mali-G57 MC2 GPU, and support for 108MP sensors.
A prototype phone from Infinix offered 160W fast charging last year. The 100W threshold has not been breached by a production Infinix yet, although that might change with the
For this model, if our sources are right, the business is trying 120W rapid charging. In terms of battery capacity and 0-100 percent charge time, we don’t know, but it will be far quicker than the normal Note 12. (which has a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging support).
No news yet on a specific date, but it should be within the next several weeks.