The Note11 has been in the market for a while now, after launching last month with unique product offerings to inspire consumers to play big. The latest premium Note portfolio features a series of smartphones that bring faster, stronger and more efficient power and performance. It leverages a unique combination of advanced technologies to create an impressive yet affordable line of smartphones for consumers to enjoy.
Now, the question is, what are tech reviewers saying about Infinix Note11?
The GSM Arena had this to say about the Note 11 battery—“The 5,000 mAh battery on the Pro model supports 33W fast charging over USB-C, just like its predecessor. That battery should survive 800 charge cycles without a noticeable degradation in capacity, thanks to some TÜV Rheinland-approved charging tech.”
Still on the device and its performance, GSM Arena said, “The Infinix Note 11 Pro is a budget phone by design but does have some intriguing specs highlights like a huge 6.95-inch IPS LCD with 120Hz refresh rate, stereo speakers, a big 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging and a triple camera setup, with a dedicated telephoto snapper. Intriguing stuff all around…it has a new chipset driving it – the Helio G96 by MediaTek. This chip has a pair of Cortex-A76 CPU cores like its predecessor (the G95) and our testing shows that it has an edge in performance.”
According to global tech influencer Judner Aura, “One spec that’s cool, speaking of gaming, is that the device is running a 120Hz refresh rate for the screen—that’s flagship-level stuff!”
Jon Rettinger, another global tech influencer, said, “The Note11 Pro’s processor is positioned actually surprisingly well for the gaming market and that means it’s fast and performs about as well as you’d expect.”
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