These two phones are identical in more ways than not. We highlight the differences in our Infinix Note 4 versus Infinix Note 4 Pro comparison review.
Infinix Note 4 and Note 4 Pro have exactly the same display size and resolution, same processor, same cameras, and same 4G LTE bands. While there is a 2 GB / 16 GB model of the Note 4, the variant which we reviewed and so are using for this comparison is the 3 GB RAM / 32 GB storage option. That is exactly the same combination that the Note 4 Pro has.
But they do have some differences. And it is those differences between the two siblings that we are highlighting in this comparison review. We have also included benchmark test results for both devices.
Infinix Note 4 versus Infinix Note 4 Pro Comparison Table
|Item||Infinix Note 4||Infinix Note 4 Pro|
|Battery||4,300 mAh + XCharge||4,500 mAh + XCharge|
|Geekbench Score||623 Single-Core; 2,672 Multi-Core||625 Single-Core; 2,601 Multi-Core|
Infinix Note 4 versus Infinix Note 4 Pro Comparison Breakdown
Having seen the differences in a table format, let’s break down our live experiences with the two phones.
In terms of look and feel, the Infinix Note 4 Pro is the classier of the two devices. It looks and feels much better than the Note 4. The metal build is miles better. Given a choice, we will rather carry the Pro around.
In all use cases, we didn’t notice any differences in performance between the two of them, just like the benchmark tests in the above table indicate. The truth is that minus the physical build, the Note 4 and Note 4 Pro are pretty much the same device in use. If you have used one, you have used the other.
The Infinix Note 4 Pro has the bigger battery of the two and so it stays alive longer, all other conditions being equal.
Lastly, but not in the least insignificant, the Note 4 Pro comes with the Xpen (though we hear that it is also available for sale without the Xpen). The Xpen is an active/electronic stylus, for more creative people. Most people won’t need it or find any use for it, but artists, designers and the like will find it a valuable tool. We will dedicate an article to review the Xpen.
In conclusion, the choice is yours, but we are pretty sure that most people will opt for the Pro version if they can spare the extra bucks. So, tell us, which is your preferred between the two?
Founder of MobilityArena. Yomi’s journey in mobile started in 2001. Besides obsessing over mobile phones, he also started creating WAP sites (early mobile-friendly websites created with WML). He began writing about phones in 2004 and has been at it since then. He has owned over 200 devices, from Symbian, Palm, PocketPC/Windows Mobile, BlackBerry/BB10, webOS, Windows Phone, Firefox, Ubuntu Touch, to Android, iOS, and KaiOS operating systems.