Taking charge with Infinix NOTE4

Taking charge with Infinix NOTE4

Infinix NOTE4

Released with the hashtag #TakeCharge, highlighting its quick charging function and 43000mAh battery XPower that stretches the standby time for up to two days on normal usage, Infinix Note 4 is one for bargain hunters would need to take a look at.

The fast charging technology can charge the phone to 45 per cent in half an hour.

Available in three colours – blue, gold and Milan black, the Infinix Note 4 sports a 5.7-inch display with a 2.5D glass on top and a metal unibody frame. The large screen and bright colour are ideal for lovers of mobile gamers.

Though phones with 3GB RAM and above are becoming commonplace now, Infinix only settles for an octa-core chipset coupled with 2GB of RAM with an internal memory of 16GB that is expandable up to 18 GB using a microSD card.

The home button houses a fingerprint sensor that can unlock the phone in 0.15 seconds.

The Infinix Note4 sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash, and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera.

Why do you need to buy Infinix NOTE4?
Much of what made Note3 the most searched for phones in Nigeria are still present, with upgrades in some features. While NOTE3 had 13MP+5MP, NOTE 4 has a slight upgrade with 13MP+8MP. Taking a selfie at night or in dark places has been made easier as the front camera has its own dedicated flash.

The fact that NOTE4 is running on Nougat with XOS 2 superimposed on it is definitely a plus. Why? It has the Multi-Windows which means you can simultaneously process two applications using a split-screen view. Also, the NOTE4 introduces an upgraded Fingerprint function that adds viewing of photo libraries, voice recording, and customizing quick opening of apps via different finger input

Taking 0.15 second to unlock the phone, the fingerprint scanner works faster than that of NOTE3, which takes 0.20 second.

The 5.7 screen features a high colour gamut – reaching 85 per cent NTSC, which is 20 per cent higher than most competing smartphones. With a 1300 (TBD) contrast rate and luminance, exceeding 500cd/m2, which together make the screen unbelievably colourful, clear and dynamic.

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