Infinix’s Note smartphones are not the highest performers in their lineup. That honour belongs to devices in the Zero series. Still, it doesn’t hurt to find out how it scores in terms of performance. So, we ran Infinix Note 4 benchmark tests to see how it performs on the blocks.
Specs-wise, the Infinix Note 4 is not a groundbreaking device. Its features are unmistakably of the Note series though. We have a here a big 5.7-inch display (a slight departure from the Note series’6-inch displays), a big 4300 battery with fast charging, its polycarbonate shell also departs from the previous Note’s metal body.
In terms of its powerhouse, the Note 4 has a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz (a slight bump to 1.5 GHz would not have hurt). GPU is Mali-T720 and there is 2 GB of RAM. This combination is sure to help the Note 4 deliver great battery performance, no doubt.
In regular use, the Note 4 runs along nicely. Of course, multi-tasking and heavier duties would run smoother with a more powerful processor and more RAM. But then, that would mean sacrificing battery life, which alonh with a big screen is what the Note series phones are all about.
Infinix Note 4 Benchmark Tests
We threw two of our usual trio of benchmark tests at the Infinix Note 4. The benchmark services we used are AnTuTu and Geekbench. Here is how this big guy scored on each of them:
- AnTuTu 6: 38,474
- GeekBench 4: 623 Single-Core; 2672 Multi-Core
The above benchmark results are not bad at all. But they are no better than what its predecessor, the Note 3, returned 11 months ago. You can have a look at the Infinix Note 3 benchmark tests for comparison.
Other Infinix Note 4 Resources
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