Just about this time last year, we ushered in a unique Infinix Note 5. Coming with an interesting Android One choice for an OS, an AI-powered system, superb camera and good battery; it was a device worth having. But the events that unrolled within the 12 months that followed have caused a great shift in the smartphone industry.
Predictably, the NOTE series have always attracted hearts for the big battery they always come with, the sleek performance, conservative power consumption and fast changing. You never miss an X-pen on such a sequence, as seen with the NOTE4 Pro and NOTE5 stylus.
The Note 5 had a single rear camera, no face unlock feature, and no notch on it. The times have changed, and so have the new smartphone releases. News in the corridors spells that Infinix Mobility is set to unveil its newest NOTE model on 8thJuly 2019.
The device is likely to ship with it new and interesting technology such as Augmented Reality (AR) core, AR measure and Quick note. Infinix Mobility has specifically designed the NOTE 6 with an aim of providing users with a valuable device that has a high level of technology attached to it.
Infinix NOTE 6 rumoured specifications
Rumours point at the NOTE 6 being slimmer than last year’s NOTE 5 stylus with a more compact design. The NOTE 6 is expected to feature an AMOLED Full view display of 6.01 inches, a MediaTek P35 Octa-core processor, a 4000mAh power battery – worth 3-days battery life .
The NOTE 6 is likely to have triple rear cameras, a clearer selfie cam, and an upgrade in the RAM and storage capacity. For the note that it is, it is meant to provide a user with enough storage space to keep at least 15,000 pictures and videos, as well as offer a smooth user experience void of lags.
The NOTE 6 is expected to come with an AI powered X-pen that has a lot of interesting functions such as automatically detecting and connecting phone numbers, setting reminders and alarm clocks, all from the content recorded. Additionally, the smart pen can be used to erase modified content, export pictures, format documents and translate handwritten font into text – using its Intelligent gesture.
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