The phone rivals the Realme 8i that was launched a few weeks prior.
Infinix has confirmed the launch to the Hot 11’s closest sibling called the Note 11s. In terms of design, the two are nearly identical. It also comes with a punch hole
The phone is basically an upgraded version of the Hot 11s coming with a Mediatek Helio G96 chipset. If you can remember, the Realme 8i was launched with this chipset and this may be Infinix’s response.
There are three colourways, each named creatively: Haze Green, Mithril Grey, and Symphony Cyan. It has a large 6.95in. FHD+ IPS LCD panel with 120Hz refresh rate which the chipset can natively support. No software tricks needed!
In terms of battery, there’s the plentiful 5000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging in case you ran out of juice or needed to charge super quickly. There’s also an included heat dissipation system so that the phone does not heat too much especially with heavy-duty games and tasks.
The phone comes with a triple camera setup slyly designed to make it appear it has four. Though lucky for you Infinix isn’t hiding the fact that it only comes with a triple camera setup. The main one is a 50mp shooter like the Hot 11s, the other two are filler complementaries: 2mp depth and macro cameras, along with a LED flash. The selfie is the usual 16mp sensor.
For biometrics, there’s a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone has DTS audio for crispy clear sound and ships with Android 11 with the company’s proprietary XOS 10 skin on top of it.
Price is TBA.