In the last couple of years, the smartphone industry witness rapid changes in terms of technological advancement.
Now, people are very much interested to have an all-out solution on their phones. To this end, Infinix brought the Note 8i to ensure incredible gaming and photography experiences to the smartphone user as a clear “game-changer” in the mid-range segment with major improvements in performance, design, battery, software, and camera as well. As an incredibly handy device at an affordable price, the new device of Infinix is powered by Octa-Core Helio G80 processor and MediaTek HyperEngine Game Technology, a 5200mAh battery, a 6.78” Infinity-O Display, a 48MP quad-camera setup with ultra night vision 8MP front shooter.
Design and Display
The first thing you’d notice in the design of the new Infinix Note 8i that doesn’t take the circular-shaped camera module of its predecessor – Note 7. Like the Note 8 and Note 7, Infinix Note 8i places its fingerprint sensor right on the power button, making it look more stylish and easy to unlock your phone. Moving to the front of the device shows its large 6.78 inches Infinity-O display. Featured a 6.78-inches punch-hole display, it offers 720×1640 pixels and 258ppi pixel density which makes the selfie camera-less obstructive for media consumption. It also has sports moderate bezels around the screen and a refined diamond-shaped rear design gives it a more beautiful look as it is more comfortable to hold in your palms.
Camera and Security
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Infinix Note 8i equips a triple rear camera setup featuring a 48MP primary sensor with an ergonomic design and a durable body. The rear camera is followed by a 2MP Depth camera and a 2MP Macro camera. On the upfront, the selfie shooter is an 8MP single camera with ultra night vision to capture brighter pictures in low-light that sits inside the punch-hole cutout. The device has a fingerprint sensor and also supports face unlock for biometric authentication.
Backed up by Infinix’s AI algorithm, eye-tracking autofocus is featured in the Note 8i to help produce more natural-looking pictures. The unique beautify algorithms of the device help to capture stunning versions of you in videos without even trying. The set of high-definition cameras also allows you to capture every unforgettable night scene.
Performance and Storage
The MediaTek HyperEngine Game Technology of the Octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 processor helps it 14% faster in GPU image rendering and has 35% more ANTUTU benchmark score, as compared with the Helio G70 used on the Infinix Note 7 launched earlier – making it a beast of a device, especially for elite gamers. To give you more room for multitasking and provide swift performance, The Infinix Note 8i packs a 64GB internal storage capacity for storing user files, games, apps, and media. To handles complex operations it supports an expandable memory option of up to 256GB via a microSD card. So, just pick up your phone and start working from where you left.
Battery and Connectivity
Infinix brings major improvements in its battery section. It comes with a gigantic 5200mAh battery with the new ‘Power Marathon Technology’ designed to improve battery life. There’s no way of wasting time on charging. The amazing 18W Super Charge featuring Type C brings convenience and efficiency.
Connectivity options on the Infinix Note 8i include Wi-Fi 802.11, GPS, mobile hotspot, Bluetooth v5.00, USB OTG, USB Type-C, 3G, 4G, and 3.5mm audio jack.
Infinix Note 8i runs on the improved XOS 7 based on Android 10. It has most Android 10 features like dark mode, gesture navigation, Wi-Fi Share, new media controls, improved privacy, inbuilt screen recorders, and many more.
With all these remarkable features and capabilities, Infinix Note 8i is priced at only BDT. 14,990 and is available in Ice Diamond, Obsidian Black, and Tranquil Blue colors.
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