Saturday, January 29, 2022

Infinix Hot Note 2 What to Expect, #InfinixBig6

If you have been following Infinix on their social media pages you might have noticed something very many people are talking about: #InfinixBig6. And like me you are probably wondering what this new device might be.

Infinix Big 6

The poster suggests a device with dual engine support. I don’t know what that means. And Flash Charging akin to what we’ve been seeing on what I have called the best low end phone of 2016, the Infinix Hot Note.

Well it is now out that the new Infinix Hot Note is the device they are teasing. And if the rumors are true, this is how it looks like:

Infinix Hot Note 2
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I know. I lost my breath too. Beautiful!

It will be a 5.7 (or more) inch device and as you can see there are almost no side bezels.  Though we don’t know what material it is made of, suggestions and leaks say it is not plastic. Or probably a higher quality of plastic. It might just be fully metal, but if it is to follow the steps of its predecessor and be really affordable, it probably won’t be metal.

Let’s talk about its specifications. Or rather the expected…

Cameras: The back camera is expected to be 13MP while the front camera is 5MP.

Storage: The phone will have 16GB internal storage. Still not sure if there will be 32, 64GB versions. I am sure people will be able to expand storage.

Processor: According to Techrez, the processor will be a Mediatek Octo Core processor clocked at 1.4Ghz.

RAM: 2GB is what most sites are saying. Let’s wait and see. If it is that this phone is to be very expensive, then we should be expecting 3 or 4 gigs of RAM. With that processor and this amount of RAM, this looks like the next big low end smartphone.

Battery: I can’t say for sure how ‘big’ the battery will be. From 4000mAh we might move to between 4500mAh and 5200mAh. Let’s wait and see. Hope it doesn’t stick with 4000mAh. Not that that battery is small, rather because we just need better.

One more thing to shock you is that this phone will be IP67 certified. Yes. It can last under water for up to 30 minutes! Yes a waterproof Infinix Phone!

You can read editweaks.com to see more exclusive things like screenshots and pictures testing camera quality.

That is what is coming!

What are your thoughts? Share them with me.

I can’t wait.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. That image is what we expect,..,., too bad the most likely scenario as with other manufacturers who hype their bezeless phone the actual design is far inferior. fingers crossed I hope infinix will prove me wrong so that I buy it if it is similar to the render

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