Have you heard of an Android phone brand, Infinix Mobility? No? Well, us neither. We just learn of it and you will want to know about it if you are a budget phone user. There are two important pieces of news you need to know about this slightly obscure handset maker.

Infinix Note 12 5G Series Android Smartphones

Last month, they released two new 5G smartphones – the first for the brand, btw – that is super affordable. The devices, Note 12 Pro 5G and Note 12 5G claimed to offer “next-level photographic capabilities.”

The Note 12 Pro 5G, in particular, packs a 108 MP Samsung S5HKM6 1/1.67-inch sensor, along with two 2 MP cameras (a macro and a depth), and a 16 MP selfie camera.

The non-pro model is not shabby either. It has a triple camera setup comprising a 50 MP main camera, a 2 MP depth camera, and a QVGA camera (?!). The front is a 16 MP item.

Infinix Note 12 5G Series Android Smartphones

Beyond the camera and memory differences, both devices are practically the same. They have the same 6.7-inch FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080 pixels) AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and are powered by the same MediaTek Mt6833P Dimensity 810 (6 nm) chip, featuring Mali-G57 MC2 GPU.

Both phones have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, A-GPS, Bluetooth 5.0, wireless n, dual speakers with DTS, graphene cooling system, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 33 W fast charging.

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The Infinity Note 12 Pro and Infinity Note 12 5G have gone on sale in India for US$249 and US$199, respectively. Last checked, the Pro model is available from Aliexpress (from US$248.29) but we can find the Note 12 5G on Aliexpress.

Infinix Mobility 180W Thunder Charge Technology

And oh yes, the second important news is that the company has, in late June, revealed a “seriously fast 180W Thunder Charge Technology.” This new charging technology is expected to debut in select Infinix flagship phones that will be announced in the second half of 2022. With 180W, users will be able to charge a 4,500 mAh battery from 1-50% in four minutes.

Images: Infinix Mobility.

Published by Mike

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