The Infinix Note 4 looks really good. The back is slightly curved and this looks stylish and ensures it sits perfectly on your hand. Speaking of the back, it is made of plastic and is removable to give you access to the two SIM card slots and the SD card slot. Even though the back cover is removable, the battery is non-removable.
Inside the box, you have the usual; the Infinix Note 4, the charger, the micro USB cable, earphones and screen protector. What’s new here is that transparent rubber case sitting beside the phone.
INFINIX NOTE 4 SPECIFICATION
- 5.7 inch FHD display
- 2 GB / 3 GB ROM
- 16GB/32GB ROM
- Android N
- Octa-core processor
- 4G: LTE 1(2100) / 3(1800) / 7(2600) / 8(900) / 20(800) / 38(2600) / 40(2300)
- 4-bit Octa-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A53
- MediaTek MT6753 – Mali-T720 MP3 450 MHz
- 13MP rear /8MP front
- MicroUSB v2.0.
- 4300 mAh battery
- Fingerprint scanner
Here’s my video unboxing of the infinix Note 4
The back cover is made of glossy plastic, The plastic is shiny and you may think it is glass but it is not, just plastic. You will find the 13MP camera and LED flash, no fingerprint sensor, that one has been moved to the front panel. On the back, you have a 13MP camera with dual flash. The back is a removable plate that’s shiny and curved on each side. Under the back, you’d find the 4300mAh irremovable battery, a dual sim slot and the MicroSD slot. The battery on the Infinix is said to last a whole day with just one hour of charge.
The Infinix Note 4 has a 5.7-inch display that is massive. The phone is also thick and this probably has to do with the big battery at the back.
The placement of the power and volume buttons on the Infinix Note 4 is impressive. If you have used any phablet before, then you know that on some phones, the buttons cannot be reached easily when using the phone with one hand. On the Note 4, my thumb reaches the power button easily when holding the phone with one hand. The power button is lower than it normally is on most smartphones and the volume keys are just above it.
At the bottom there is the standard USB port with two speakers. Only one side contains the actual speaker, the other one is just there for aesthetics. The headphone jack is at the top and this shows that Infinix is not yet ready to replace the headphone jack with a USB Type C.
To the display, it is quite vibrant and responsive from the first few minutes I have spent with it. It has 2.5D Glass for extra protection (and to look good). There is just something about smartphones with 2.5D Glass that I love, the way they curve just gives them a unique look.
At the very top of the display sits a number of sensors, an 8MP selfie camera and flash. At the bottom are physical navigation keys with the fingerprint sensor embedded underneath the home button.
The Infinix Note 4 is hands down the most beautiful Infinix phone on the market in my opinion. It ships with Android 7.0 Nougat furnished with XOS UI 2.3 and is powered by a 1.3ghz octa-core processor.
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