Infinix Note 4 First Look, Camera Samples

It was introduced a few days ago in a small media gathering which I never had a chance to cover it. Just this weekend, big thanks to Lazada Philippines in their humble office as they gave us and some bloggers to do a deeper look on the Infinix Note 4


Here is the box and the front view of the phablet


First off, I will gonna bring the must-need info. Infinix Note 4 (IN4) specs include XOS based on Android 7.0 Nougat, 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6753 octa-core processor, 5.7 inch IPS Full HD display, 13 MP main camera with flash, 8 MP front cam, dual micro SIM, LTE, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, OTG support, micro USB port, rear mounted fingerprint sensor and 4,300 mAh non-removable Li-ioN battery


The box also included a soft protective case, earphones, flat USB to micro USB cable, user manual and travel charger which really gave me a difficulty to bring that one out so I did not manage to have a peek of the input and output capacity. Definitely a thumbs down to me.






All of the remaining five sides of the IN4 which is in Milan Black. The looks really inspired to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 minus the edge display which it does not feel or look cheap to me. 

Due to limited time I was not able to take some pics of the UI which had some changes compared to the Infinix Zero series that I had in Hellotronics office. The pulldown menu and app drawer were light to bring in for navigation


I still managed to get in the Antutu score of IN4 which is a typical number to the said processor

Both cameras of the IN4 have f/2.0 aperture which gave us a respectable image processing speed. In terms of camera output compared to the previous Infinix Note 2, the image quality is better here (show in a room in Lazada PH office).  The camera modes are almost the same as to the Infinix Note 3 as well as what you can do on the pro mode.

Infinix Note 4 rear camera sample

Infinix Note 4 front camera sample

We are now on the fourth gen of Infinix's Note series but I agree on some people that they still used the Mediatek MT6753 which is way back from my previous daily driver Infinix Note 2 but I will choose it over the battery-draining MT6750. The unpacking was also a bit of a letdown for me (if I can only destroy the box just to get in that charger) . The latest XOS, camera output and build quality will be the strongest points of this fourth Note. The Php 8,999 price tag is good enough even with that old SoC that you are getting huge and upgraded display as well as on the battery capacity.

If you are interested to buy the Infinix Note 4 exclusive thru Lazada Philippines, it will definitely be a big help for this blog if you will gonna buy thru this link here

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July 23, 2017

Infinix Note 4 First Look, Camera Samples

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It was introduced a few days ago in a small media gathering which I never had a chance to cover it. Just this weekend, big thanks to Lazada Philippines in their humble office as they gave us and some bloggers to do a deeper look on the Infinix Note 4


Here is the box and the front view of the phablet


First off, I will gonna bring the must-need info. Infinix Note 4 (IN4) specs include XOS based on Android 7.0 Nougat, 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6753 octa-core processor, 5.7 inch IPS Full HD display, 13 MP main camera with flash, 8 MP front cam, dual micro SIM, LTE, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, OTG support, micro USB port, rear mounted fingerprint sensor and 4,300 mAh non-removable Li-ioN battery


The box also included a soft protective case, earphones, flat USB to micro USB cable, user manual and travel charger which really gave me a difficulty to bring that one out so I did not manage to have a peek of the input and output capacity. Definitely a thumbs down to me.






All of the remaining five sides of the IN4 which is in Milan Black. The looks really inspired to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 minus the edge display which it does not feel or look cheap to me. 

Due to limited time I was not able to take some pics of the UI which had some changes compared to the Infinix Zero series that I had in Hellotronics office. The pulldown menu and app drawer were light to bring in for navigation


I still managed to get in the Antutu score of IN4 which is a typical number to the said processor

Both cameras of the IN4 have f/2.0 aperture which gave us a respectable image processing speed. In terms of camera output compared to the previous Infinix Note 2, the image quality is better here (show in a room in Lazada PH office).  The camera modes are almost the same as to the Infinix Note 3 as well as what you can do on the pro mode.

Infinix Note 4 rear camera sample

Infinix Note 4 front camera sample

We are now on the fourth gen of Infinix's Note series but I agree on some people that they still used the Mediatek MT6753 which is way back from my previous daily driver Infinix Note 2 but I will choose it over the battery-draining MT6750. The unpacking was also a bit of a letdown for me (if I can only destroy the box just to get in that charger) . The latest XOS, camera output and build quality will be the strongest points of this fourth Note. The Php 8,999 price tag is good enough even with that old SoC that you are getting huge and upgraded display as well as on the battery capacity.

If you are interested to buy the Infinix Note 4 exclusive thru Lazada Philippines, it will definitely be a big help for this blog if you will gonna buy thru this link here

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