The New Infinix Note 8
The Infinix Note 8 is the latest smartphone in a long line of dual-sim smartphones. With an outstanding design and several updated features, the Infinix Note 8 is the perfect mobile companion designed to enhance every day. With better performance, updated software, and a quality camera, how does the Infinix Note 8 stack up?
In this article, we’ll review the Infinix Note 8, the newly released smartphone delivered by Infinix Mobile.
The Note 8 is stunning, to say the least. The 6.95-inch Dual Infinity-O display stretches from edge to edge making streaming content and playing games much more enjoyable. Added to that is the 720×1640 pixels with an aspect ratio of 20.5:9, meaning the screen is crystal clear and extravagantly brilliant. Comparatively speaking, the phone is designed to look beautiful while functionally providing everything users need from their phone.
Just when we thought smartphone cameras couldn’t get any better, the Infinix Note 8 proved us wrong. Fortunately, the phone comes with a camera that both professional photographers and amateur photographers can enjoy and operate with ease. With a 64-megapixel Ultra HD camera system, the first thing you’ll notice is the well-placed and sleek looking camera housing on the back of the phone. In total, the Ultra HD system offers 6 cameras, each one specifically designed to enhance images and help even the most amateur photographer create beautiful images.
One of the more difficult feats for compact cameras is the ability to capture images in low-light. The Note 8 developers recognized this because this camera system actually includes ultra night mode 2.0 finally making it possible to take phenomenal photos even in the evening.
In addition to night mode, we also get to enjoy a little help from the eye-tracking autofocus function which helps to stabilize the cameras and create more detailed images. The camera also has an excellent slow-motion feature which lets users capture moments often missed with other cameras.
Taking videos with the Note 8 is impressive as well. Multiple features, including advanced video algorithms made possible by Vidhance®, create content in 2K. There are also multiple features within the camera system that help to enhance scenery, beauty, and looks.
Just as we expected, the Infinix Note 8 is more powerful than previous models while impressively increasing battery life. Running XOS 7.1 with Android 10, users can immediately begin using the phone. Download your favorite apps from the Google Play Store, use app double to complete multiple tasks all at once, Smart Clone, a useful translator, and more.
Mobile gaming is way better with the Note 8’s MediaTek Helio G80 chipset. With enough RAM (6GB to be exact) and 128GB memory means never having to compromise. It isn’t often we see a phone designed specifically with innovations for gamers. Infinix also increased GPU image rendering performance by fourteen percent for more realistic gameplay. Of course, even for those who don’t use their phones for gaming, the phone’s performance is astoundingly fast, efficient, and seamless.
The Note 8 comes with a 5200 mAh battery that charges quickly and really lets users take their phones anywhere and do anything. Taking battery life even further, the power marathon mode means that battery life will last even longer in standby mode.
After reviewing the camera, the design, and the performance, let’s talk about one of the more notable features of the Infinix Note 8; the sound. Using DTS stereo audio, the Note 8 is capable of four separate sound profiles so you can maximize the experience of your favorite activities.
From gaming to music and the built-in equalizer, the Note 8 is effectively improving sound.
The Infinix Note 8 continues to impress upon the company’s “Future is Now” mission and is available in over 40 countries. With better battery life, updated camera features, ground-breaking audio, and faster speeds, we’re excited about this new addition to the already superb smartphone line-up.
The Infinix Note 8 charges faster with a larger screen. It really is like having the world right at your fingertips.