Infinix Mobile recently launched their latest line up in the Note series, the Note 8. Am sure you have all seen the ads with Octopizzo serving as this feature phone’s brand ambassador. Beyond that, what makes this premium outing worth your 15K (currently this Is the offer on Kilimall).
To start off, this phone features six cameras, two speakers, and octa-core power it’s a stunning phone inside and out. Am yet to hear of a smartphone with such a superb feature. I will be breaking down this review on the various features:
The power feature
With a powerful octa-core the MediaTek Helio G80 processor in addition to 6GB RAM, the Note 8 has the juice for streaming content, daily tasks as well as phone gaming (shoutout to the PUGB fans).
It’s certainly no slouch in terms of graphics – there’s a 14 percent improvement in graphics rendering capability over the previous generation.
Security is also key as it features the traditional fingerprint as well as the exquisite face unlock.
Finding the perfect shot with the 64MP camera
Users should expect improved image clarity thanks to the Note 8’s 64MP Ultra HD quad-camera setup. The lens features real-time eye-tracking so you can keep subjects sharp.
The Super Macro Lens locks focus up close and with Super Stable Video across both the front and rear camera enabling you to capture real to life footage. In addition, with video enhancement from Vidhance your videos will be superbly clear and stable.
Plus, there’s a portrait mode means you can give your images DSLR-like shallow depth of field, even when taking selfies with the 16MP dual-front camera as well as the Ultra Night Mode 2.0 for excellent night-time shots, a slow-motion mode plus filters, too.
The battery lasts longer
With the mighty 5,200mAh battery, users are assured of longer battery life that can last all day even with the phone’s powerful processor and huge display. What’s more, Infinix’s intelligent Power Marathon mode means you can extend the battery life much longer, so you’re never lost without the juice you need.
The below table of the Note’s 8 specs and Note 8i for your reference: