Concerning the Infinix Note 7-series, we have just three more questions; first, where will the device launch first, secondly when will it even launch, and finally what is going to be the price? The above three questions are all that is left to be known about the upcoming Infinix Note 7-series, which comprises of the standard Note 7 and the Note 7 Lite.
Now regarding where the device will launched first, a recent tweet from InfinixKenya give us a glimpse, and except for sudden changes, the upcoming Infinix Note 7-series could launch first in Kenya. Although, the tweet suggests that the device is coming soon, but we still do not know how soon.
— InfinixKenya (@InfinixKenya) April 7, 2020
The full specification and features of the Note 7 and the Note 7 Lite are already detailed in our database, and for the first time after the Note 5, the Infinix Note-series is getting a worthy upgrade. For starters, the device is coming in a large 6.95-inch punch-hole display with a ‘downer’ HD+ resolution.
On the CPU wing, well, like the tweet suggests, greatness indeed starts with a clear vision of the future, and it seems Infinix is beginning to see more clearly. This time, the company is able to see beyond Helio P22, unto a more powerful Mediatek Helio G70 CPU, a gaming centric octa-core CPU clocked at 2.0GHz, and pegged with Mali-G52 GPU.
But, don’t get too excited still. The Helio G70 will be available only in the main Note 7 version, the Lite Note 7 will still come with Helio P22 in a 6.6-inch body. So except your fingers are long enough to navigate a 7-inch display, the Helio G70 is still not for you.
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