The Infinix Note 8 and Note 8i smartphones recently launched as the newest devices from the Shenzhen-based company. Both smartphones wield four rear cameras, and have the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC under their respective hoods.
This dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone brings a 6.95-inch HD+ IPS display with a 720×1640 pixels resolution into play. In the camera department, a 64MP main lens headlines the quad-rear camera setup with a 2MP macro sensor, a 2MP depth sensor and an AI sensor assisting it. Up front, a dual selfie camera setup with a 16MP snapper and a secondary portrait sensor handle selfie responsibility.
It boasts the octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 chipset under the hood which is hooked to 6GB of RAM and offers 128GB of onboard storage. Its storage can also be expanded via a dedicated microSD card to 2TB.
The Infinix Note 8 launched with the Android 10 with XOS 7.1 on top, and boasts a massive 5,200mAh battery that supports fast charging at 18W. It measures 175.3×78.76×8.95 mm
The price of this mid-range smartphone is yet to be revealed but it is expected to cost around $200.
The Note 8i shares quite a number of similarities with its twin, the Infinix Note 8, bringing the same Android version. It has a slightly smaller display, with a 6.78-inch HD+ (720×1640 pixels) display that has a 20.5:9 aspect ratio. The Helio G80 SoC is paired with 6GB of RAM, also bringing 128GB of onboard storage (expandable via microSD to 512GB).
In the optics department, it has four rear cameras with a 48MP primary sensor assisted by a 2MP macro sensor, a 2MP depth sensor and an AI lens. In front, an 8MP sensor with dual LED flash takes care of selfies.
It also shares the same battery rating as its twin, while bringing 4G-LTE support to the table too. It is slightly smaller than the Note 8, measuring 171.4×77.7×8.9 mm.
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