Confirmed: Infinix Note 12 Pro 5G Confirmed For Launch!

Get ready Infinix fans, cause we’re about to get another banger from the one of the best budget phone company in the world.

During the recent PUBG Mobile Cup grand finals held in the country, Infinix announced its new model: the Note 12 Pro 5G!

The India launch (which was ahead of time versus PH’s) shows the Note 12 Pro 5G with a 6.7 inch full HD+ AMOLED display, it also sports the popular Dimensity 810 chipset that’s pretty above average when it comes to gaming, so that’s a win for FPS/MMORPG fans!

Its octa-core processor, Mali G57 MC2 compared with a 8GB/128GB paired with a 5,000mAh battery with a 33W fast charging ability is truly worth the price, in our opinion.

About the camera, its 108MP f/1.75 Samsung S5KHM6 sensor matched with a 1/1.67-inch sensor size and 1.92μm unit pixel size that can improve any image in low light condition. The Note 12 Pro 5G’s 2MP macro camera and 2MP depth camera is also a welcome addition. Its 16MP selfie camera seems fine though.

The Note 12 Pro 5G’s Android 12-based XOS 10.6 skin with the Dar-Link 2.0 software optimization continues the tradition, the Dar-Link 2.0. uses AI to optimize temperature, battery, and memory during gameplay, so it is safe to say that this is really meant for gamers. This phone also uses the SMART 5G technology to reduce the power consumption in exchange for a sweet 4 hours extended standby battery life.

As for the price, no data has been announced yet, but here at Unbox Diaries, we’ll take a lucky guess– maybe around Php11,000 up to Php15,000? How about you, will you buy a Note 12 Pro 5G?


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