Infinix mobile might be launching her Note 10 series of smartphone soon. Two variants of the smartphone are expected in the series; a standard Note 10 along with a Pro model, and in the news of today, a tipster went to revealed to us how the box of the Note 10 Pro model might look like. The interesting news is not just what the box will be looking like, but some of the specs as revealed.
Based on the previous leak, and as seen on the box above, the upcoming Infinix Note 10 Pro will come with 8GB RAM and a larger 256GB internal storage. The screen will have up to 90Hz ultra smooth display, and it will use a centralize notch placement instead of the left-handed pill-notch in the previous Infinix Note 8-series.
Interestingly, the rear view of the box captured in the image below reveals that the device will come in a 17.65-cm screen, which is an equivalent of 6.95-inches display. The Note 10 Pro will obviously be powered by Helio G95 SoC from MediaTek, and will have four camera modules on the rear pioneered by a 64-megapixel primary lens, while the front snapper will be kept at 16-megapixels.
Additionally, the Note 10 Pro will be powered by a 5000mAh battery, probably with up 18W fast charger, and will offer a more recent XOS numbered at 7.6, with the model originating from a factory in India.
We still can not mention when Infinix planned introducing the Note 10-series, but these Pro model seems ready for shipping given the box images above, and if the key specs on the box turns true, it means the device will be a worthy upgrade over the previous Note 8 model which was based on MediaTek Helio G80.