Infinix Note 6 was officially launched in June 2019 and has already sparked a lot of interest from smartphone lovers worldwide. The introduction of the Infinix Note 6 will be the beginning of a new era for Infinix smartphones. Debuting at a price tag of ₦85,000 ($222), the Infinix Note 6 worth it and meets above our expectations with immense upgraded features from what we’ve seen on the Note 5.
From the specs, there are lots of similarities between the Infinix Note 6 and Tecno Phantom 9. The two devices have the same AMOLED display, camera set-up, and Helio P35 processors. This phablet comes with a good design, decent camera lens, powerful processors, big storage size, and massive battery capacity. All these interesting specifications will make you know whether the Infinix Note 6 is worth adding to your smartphone’s collection. We’ve reviewed every aspect of Note 6 and bring out to you the full specifications, features, and latest price in the Nigerian market.
Infinix Note 6 Key FeaturesDisplay: 6.01-inchesResolution: 1080 x 2160 pixelsProcessor: Mediatek MT6765 Helio P35Front Camera: 16-megapixelRear Camera: 16-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixelRAM: 4GBStorage: 64GBBattery Capacity: 4000mAhOS: Android Android 9 Pie
Infinix Note 6: Design and Display
Like we earlier mentioned, this phablet is smartly designed by Infinix and will surely appease you at first glance. The Infinix Note 6 has one of the thinnest designs you’ll ever find on any Infinix smartphone with just 7.7mm thick. Unlike its predecessors, Infinix is now deviating from metallic panels contrary to plastic ones that are found on other smartphones. You’ll have a wide range of Mocha Brown, Midnight Black, and Aqua Blue colors to choose from.
At first glance, the first thing you’ll notice on the Infinix Note 6 is the black bezels that guides the edges of the screen. We’ve seen every other mid-range smartphones now features a dot hole or waterdrop notch which houses the selfie camera with the rest of the phone’s display covered with screen. Unfortunately, the Infinix Note 6 does not reckon to this but instead comes with the normal screen that was been found on older devices.
The Infinix Note 6 Stylus pen is a great improvement and one of the best features of this phablet. If you’re an artist or you love to draw, this Note 6 device will be the perfect choice for you, thanks to the stylus pen. The stylus pen will be of great assistance to you as can use it to draw while working on drawing apps. Writers can also use it to write as you don’t have to make use of your phone’s keyboard but instead, rely on the pen which we found easier.
The Infinix Note 6 features a 6.01-inches AMOLED display which shows at 402ppi and has a full HD and 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution. Images and videos will look very bright and colorful with this AMOLED display, but that sums up it’s price tag.
Infinix Note 6: Camera Review
The Infinix Note 6 comes with a total number of four-camera set-up, single upfront, and triple on the rear. On the rear, the triple camera lens performance is something decent for a smartphone of this segment. With a combination of 16-MP primary shooter, coupled with 8-MP ultra-wide lens, and 2-MP depth sense, the Note 6 camera lens delivers stunning camera performances that’ll suit your choice of image quality.
You can take perfect photo shoots with the intelligent AI cam, Bokeh, Beauty, and AR shots. For a broader camera coverage, you can opt to use the ultra-wide-angle camera, and also change to the size of the image you want. You can also take 1080p HD videos @30fps.
Are you a type that love taking selfies? The Infinix Note 6 16-MP selfie camera won’t let you down. The front camera set-up allows you to take stunning selfies with the AI cam, AI support, and 3D beautification, coupled with the option to take low light selfies, thanks to the LED flashlight.
Infinix Note 6: Performance, Software, and Battery Capacity
The Infinix Note 6 is fully powered by a mid-range MediaTek Helio P35 chipset working with Octa-Core 2.3 GHz CPU and PowerVR GE8320 graphics. The Infinix Note 6 packs 4GB RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage which can be expanded (up to 128GB) via SDcard. Performance-wise, this mid-range processor can handle all basic work and gaming needs effectively but you’ll find it lagging or your phone heating up while playing high-end games or running multiple apps at the same time.
When it comes to performance, the Infinix Note 6 runs on Android 9 Pie on top of XOS 5.0 (Cheetah) user interface. This combination is the best Infinix has done for years now, and we found it effectively intelligent and smart. You can easily customize your apps settings and switch between different modes which is a great addition from Infinix Mobile. Silent screen recording is another advantage of this Infinix user interface.
On the battery side, the Infinix Note 6 packs a massive 4000mAh battery and comes with 10w fast charging technology. The Infinix Note 6 battery can last up to 48 hours after 100% charge. This is a massive upgrade from Infinix as most high-end smartphones comes with the same or lesser battery life.
Infinix Note 6: Price and Availability
The Infinix Note 6 debuts as the direct successor to the Note 5 launched in 2018. The Note 6 device features decent specs at a cool price tag of ₦85,000 ($222). You can buy the Infinix Note 6 at any leading shop, store, or market in Nigeria.