Infinix Note 7 Review and Price

Infinix Note 7 Review and Price


The Infinix Note 7, the direct successor of the Infinix Note 6 is the lastest phone in the Infinix Note series and the 7th iteration from the Chinese phone makers. It is the biggest phone in the Infinix phone series boasting a display size of 6.9 inches with a 20:9 aspect ratio, a punch hole selfie camera, a circular 48mp quad camera design at the back, a side mounted finger print sensor and the big one, a whopping 5000mah battery that promises a 7day standby lifespan. Here’s a detailed look at what the Infinix Note 7 offers.


  • OS: Android 10 with XOS v6
  • Network Type: 2G/3G/4G
  • Display: 6.95 infinity HD+ O display with’ a resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels
  • Processor: Mediatek Helio G7 High game CPU
  • Selfie Camera: 16mp
  • Rear Camera: 48mp quad camera
  • RAM: 6gb
  • ROM: 128gb
  • Battery: 5000mah non removable Battery
  • Fingerprint Sensor: Side mounted

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The Infinix note 7 display like mentioned earlier is the biggest display on an infinix device with a 6.95 inch HD+ O screen on a 20:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels. This means more room to watch your favorite movies and games. The display is bright and pleasing to the eyes though somewhat disappointing given that this is a 2020 phone. Viewing angles are sharp, color representation is good and outdoor visibility is okay. The navigation buttons are onscreen to give way to less bezels. That notwithstanding, the Infinix note 7 has a little chin.

The body of the Infinix note 7 is made entirely of plastic but with a shiny finish which gives the device a premium look. The device is durable and the plastic body means that the device isn’t heavy in the hand or pocket.
On the back is the circular or ring quad 48mp camera and the Infinix branding. The speaker grill, headphone jack and microphone are located at the bottom of  the phone while the power and volume buttons are at the sides.
The Infinix Note 7 comes in three color variants; Milk white, Ocean Blue and Aurora green.

Unlike the Infinix Note 5, the note 7 is not an Android one device. The infinix Note 7 runs the latest Android 10 out of the box on top of XOS V6.  Powering the device is the aforementioned Mediatek Helio G70 CPU. It has a dual-core 2.0GHz Cortex-A75 and hex-core 1.7GHz Cortex-A55 CPUs, along with Mali-G52 GPU, run by a 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
The Infinix note 7 has a Li-Po 5000mah battery which serves up to 7 days standby and a full day of heavy usage

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The infinix note 7 will be available in all retail stores throughout Nigeria and would be in the price range of 56000 to 65,000.


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