Infinix seems to be moving away from the very basic specifications for its low-cost smartphones, as evidence suggests such as its 180-watt charger and more frequent use of OLED displays. Yesterday (Wednesday 29), we found that the manufacturer may be working on a 5G version of the Infinix Note 12 phone.
The Note 12 5G, as it should be called, will use an AMOLED display to ensure excellent color fidelity and more energy efficient consumption. The new model is likely to inherit the specifications of the 4G version, such as the 6.7-inch size and Full HD+ resolution.
The bet is that the phone uses a 108 MP camera — as well as the Infinix Note 12 VIP — which would represent a big leap in photo quality when compared to the Note 12’s 50 MP sensor. The other lenses did not have their specifications revealed.
The device is tipped to support 12 bands of the 5G, although it does not confirm which ones. The fact that it’s compatible with the next-generation network indicates that your processor won’t be as basic—which, of course, can charge your price. If Infinix chooses to keep the cost as low as possible, we can bet on the MediaTek Dimensity 700.
For now, these are the only supposed specifications we know about the Infinix Note 12 5G. It is possible that its release is accompanied by a “Pro” version, but there is still no information on this model.