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Infinix Note 4 Pro

infinix note 4 pro

Infinix Note 4 Pro X572 is a premium version of Infinix Note 4 that was launched in Nigeria, the two phones have very similar spec sheet in major aspects but it’s only the Pro version that got the Stylus pen (X-Pen).

Another difference between the duo can be found in the RAM and internal storage aspect where the Note 4 uses a smaller RAM and ROM than its senior counterpart, lets quickly glance through the key specs of the Note 4 Pro.

Infinix Note 4 Pro Specs Highlight:

  • OS: XOS Based on Android 7.0 (Nougat)
  • SIM Type: Dual SIM (Micro)
  • 4G LTE: YES
  • Screen Size : 5.7 Inches FHD IPS Touchscreen
  • Screen Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Processor Type: Octa-core CPU, MediaTek MT6753 Chipset
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Internal Storage: 32 GB.
  • Stylus pen (X-pen)
  • Back Camera: 13MP camera & Dual LED Flash
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • Front-Mounted Fingerprint scanner
  • Battery: 4500 mAh Non-Removable

Infinix Note 4 Pro sports a 5.7-inch display, the device will reportedly feature a bezel-less display, just like what we have seen in recent Samsung phones. Both the Note 4 and Note 4 pro uses the same display resolution which is set at 1920 by 1080 pixels providing us with a full HD screen.

The Note 4 Pro is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 chipset, an Octa-core processor which has a speed of 1.3GHz, 3GB RAM combined with 32GB worth of internal storage space, you would expect the Note 4 to deliver nothing but good gaming experience and a decent performance for heavy users.

Android 7.0 (Nougat) is pre-installed out of the box with handful of interesting features that the XOS has to offer. You should expect nothing but a sleek and improved user interface, the Note 4 pro will certainly be getting regular OS update from its manufacturer on the long run.

The device hosts a 13MP back camera with dual LED flash while on the front, you have 8MP camera. This is just the same as what was offered in the Note 3 and Note 4.

Infinix Note 4 Pro is houses a slightly bigger 4300 mAh battery in the powerhouse, the device is claimed to withstand longer usage than its predecessor (Note 3 also came with 4500 mAh) and can charge up to 45% in 30 minutes, thanks to a new feature in the device called XCharge.

With the help of XPower feature, the Infinix Note 4 Pro can reach a standby time of 2 days for normal usage and 1.5 days for heavy usage. The new Note is also claimed to give you two hours of phone call or six hours of offline music listening with just 5 minutes charge.

Price of the Infinix Note 4 Pro device will definitely vary with country and demand, the price is expected to start from about USD170 which shakes off about N65,000 to N75,000 in the Nigerian currency and about KSH15,000 to KSH16,000 in Kenyan shillings.

Infinix Note 4 Pro price in Pakistan, Ghana, Cameroon, Egypt and other countries will be confirmed when the device is subsequently available in these region.

Where to buy Infinix Note 4 Pro

From Jumia Nigeria – Click Here

From Jumia Kenya – Click Here

Conclusion

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Infinix Note 4 Pro is really outstanding in both design, battery and feature aspects, talk of the sleek and brilliant body build, the X-pen and the sufficient 4,500 mAh battery. Though the processor and system on chip (SoC) is bit below what we expected to see, the device is a good value for its money.

Other phones to consider

You would definitely want to consider going for the basic variant which is the Infinix Note 4 if you feel the Note 4 Pro is a bit over priced.

Also considering affordable phones with large displays, Infinix Note 3 Pro is another phone to consider. It offer a good display quality, big RAM and ROM and big battery as well.

InnJoo Max 4 Pro should also be consider if big battery, bigger RAM and bigger internal storage space are the major things you look out for in a smartphone.

Infinix Note 4 Pro Full Specifications Below:

Network
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
4G Network YES LTE
SIM Dual SIM
Status Announced : July 2017
Body
Dimensions  159 x 78.8 x 8.4 Weight: 198g
Keyboard Touchscreen
Colors Milan Black, Champagne Gold, Ice Blue
Cover Metal
Display
Type 2.5D Full HD IPS, multi-touch touchscreen with 16m colors
Size 5.7 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels, 294 pixels per inch
Memory And OS
Card slot MicroSD, up to 128GB
Internal 32GB
OS Android 7.0 Nougat With XOS
Processors 1.3 GHz Octa-core Cortex CPU

MediaTek MT6753 chipset

Mali-T720 GPU

RAM 3GB
Audio
Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
Audio port 3.5mm jack
Connectivity
2G GPRS – up to 85.6 kbps; EDGE – up to 236.8 kbps
3G Up to 21.2 mbps downlink; Up to 5.76 mbps uplink
4G LTE
WIFI Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wi-Fi direct
Bluetooth Version 4.2, A2DP
GPS A-GPS
NFC No
USB MicroUSB v2.0
Camera
Primary 13MP, up to 3264×2448-pixel pictures, HDR, autofocus, Geo-tagging, face detection, HDR camera with Dual LED flash
Video 1080p@30fps
Secondary 8MP Camera
Battery
Capacity 4500 mAh Li-Po battery (non removable)
Stand-by Up to 2 days
Talk time Up to 1.5 days
Music play
Other Features
Sensors Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass, Light and Fingerprint sensor
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
Miscellaneous Stylus Pen (X-Pen)

-Fast charge Tech (X-charge)

-MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA player
– FM Radio
– MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player
– Document viewer/editor
– Preloaded applications
– Facebook, Opera Mini, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, etc.

Price
Price level About N65,000 – N75,000 (170 USD)

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115 Comments

  • MY INFINIX NOTE 5 EXPERIENCE
    Bought Sept. 2018 and I’ve used it since then. And while it’s truly a beautiful phone & performance navigation seems fine so far, Infinix as usual disappoints me (in little ways, for now);
    1) poor widget loading times.
    2) inconsistent display support for widgets.
    3) Occasionally refuses to respond after taping an app icon.
    3) irritating knack of disconnecting from the SD card, or denying access to it.
    4) plays customized ring tones for only 4-5 seconds (my Samsung J7 pro does it longer – sometimes too long).
    5) refuses to enable ring tone customizations for some apps like Twitter, Facebook, etc, stuff I can do with my other devices (a Samsung phone & tablet)
    6) terribly unimpressive cameras & speakers.
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    I’ve used the INFINIX NOTE 5 for exactly 1 week & 2 days now…….I bought this phone as a backup mainly because I had 2 spare SIM cards that I wished to activate to diversify my access to network.

    On top of the issues I mentioned above, below are additional observations;

    The OK;
    1) As a phone for calls – no problem so far (Using airtel & 9mobile).

    2) Browsing works fine (on 4G too) so far (using 9mobile data – SIM slot 2).

    3) Receiving mails via my email app (Aqua mail) – no problem so far.

    4) WiFi/ Hotspot? All good so far.

    5) No Infinix device overheating, thank God.

    6) No Infinix device freezing/ lagging/ sudden reboot…….Yet.

    7) Battery – VERY GOOD. Carries me a whole day at heavy use. Charges fast – even with (good) non-native chargers.

    PLS NOTE: I don’t do mobile gaming so can’t comment on the phone’s performance there.

    The Terrible;
    1) Bluetooth use has an occasional tendency to make your mounted SD card instantly unavailable to the phone for awhile; you have to physically remove & reinsert the SD card several times + reboot the phone after using the bluetooth till it becomes active on the phone again. Tried the SD card in other phones/devices (in case it was an SD card issue) and it worked fine with other phones/ devices.

    2) Icons for apps installed inexplicably disappear from the phone’s “desktop”. Its worse, after updating apps from Google Play store.

    3) SMS sending? Not a problem so far. Receiving? ONLY if the message/ SMS app is up & running in the background – you’ll only know you’ve got text if it’s on. Tried several other SMS apps from the store to see if there would be a desired change. Nope.

    4) You cannot customize ringtones for the native SMS app (messages) that came with the phone OS. Wasted time in settings > notification looking for the option to.

    5) Still does not maintain stability of “desktop” widgets (even after fully updating the phone). You have to remove the widget from the “desktop” & put it back on the “desktop” where it works/ shows properly for only a while (and do it again, & again, & again, & again……….).

    6) Fingerprint unlock? I don’t bother with that anymore. Rarely responds. And responds slowly. I had to go back to Screen unlock and had to use Pattern unlock (faster!) because using the other options (either Passcode or PIN) you are prone to making errors if entering your secret code rapidly; you have to enter the code REAL SLOW or you get error and the phone will not grant access. NO RAPID code entering allowed.

    The Infinix NOTE 3 (last Infinix Phone I used) was way way more responsive at fingerprint unlock – though the phone had long term Zero performance issues in just about anything else.

    7) Not impressed with the camera quality (though its not the reason why I bought it – never is for Infinix devices I buy), selfie or back-camera. The Google Lens thing? Hmm..not wowing me yet either.

    8) The Gel back cover that comes with the phone is a joke. Buy a proper, THICK flip cover case (couldn’t find good ones in the market) before the phone (piece of near-glass) drops on you. I’ve been lucky after a few drops & so carefully conscious while holding the device – you should be careful but not at this over-the-top caution I’ve had to be, especially while in my pocket.

    9) Piss-poor speaker quality.

    The stuff I’ve detailed above may not matter in the long run to some wanting to buy the phone and that’s very OK. What should be important to you is whether you can work with the phone’s limitations or not, which in turn will help support your decision to purchase or not.

    My own impression FOR NOW is that the phone performs well for calls, browsing and some wireless.

    For anything else, BADBADBADBADBADBAD…..

    PLS NOTE:
    These issues might be related to some peculiarities of the ANDROID ONE OS, and this is my very first exposure to Android One.

    And that’s my bit.

  • Good morning, am considering buying Note 5 stylus, but it does not have swag like the Note 4 pro. I am considering going for Hot S3X. Help me out please.

  • I got a note 4 about 2 weeks ago but its keeps making a weird noise/sound like a faulty transmission or something , it is sooo irritating and loud how can i get ride of it.

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