Infinix has released Note 12, which the company said was engineered “perfectly” for smooth gameplay, clearly delineating its target market — “casual and heavy gamers alike.”
The smartphone touts a 6.7” full high-definition plus, “true color” AMOLED display, 33MW flash charge, and a very capable 5000mAh battery.
“The Note 12 offers well-rounded and innovative performance features for multi-taskers and heavy users so they can bring their gaming and passions to the next level,” Inifinix said.
One of the thinnest smartphones at 7.8 mm, Note 12 is a lightweight unit whose portability does not compromise performance as seen from its specs like the MediaTek Helio G96 Ultra Gaming Processor.
“The octa-core processor incorporates two powerful Cortex-A76 processor cores clocked up to 2.05GHz and a Mali-G57 GPU that works in tandem to harness next-level intelligence for groundbreaking performance,” the company said.
Infinix expanded the Note 2’s 8GB memory to 13GB by integrating RAM and ROM to provide users with up to 5GB of extended RAM. This improves the smartphone’s processing speed and accelerates performance when users are using their smartphone to multi-task by delivering extra power when it’s needed.
But Note 12 is not only for gamers as it is also equipped with a 50-megapixel camera which, Infinix said, has ultra low-light capability boosted by artificial intelligence or AI. It also comes with a 16MP selfie camera.
Available colors are black, blue and “snowfall” either with 128GB or 256GB.
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