Infinix Note 7 Review 2020 – Good And Bad Features, Price In Nigeria

Launched on March 31, 2020, Infinix Mobility comes with the latest and largest smartphone from Infinix in Nigeria, and no doubt, that is enough reason for me to write an Infinix Note 7 review. This review will also detail Infinix Note 7 price in Nigeria, Kenya, and India for those looking to get this smartphone in those countries.

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Infinix Note 7 Price in Nigeria and Complete List of Features

SpecificationsInfinix Note 7
Launch / Relase Date2020 May
SIMDUAL NANO SIM+MICRO SD
Network4G, 3G, 2G
Display6.95 Inches HD+ Infinity-O display
OSXOS 6.0 base Android™ 10
ProcessorHelio G70 High game engine
SecuritySide-Mounted Fingerprint and Face unlock
Storage128GB
RAM6GB
Battery5000mAh
Rear CameraQuad 48MP+2MP+2MP+Super Low
Front Camera16MP
Price in Nigeria77,000 Naira

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The Infinix Note 7 review begins with the biggest selling point of the Note 7, the presence of the latest MediaTek Helio G70 CPU, and its amazingly large display. The Infinix Note 7 features a 6.95-inch display and an amazing resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels.

From the RAM to the internal storage, this Infinix Note 7 review will be taking a look at all the best features and maybe some areas we feel Infinix might need to make improvements in the future.

Infinix Note 7 Review: Body

The first thing you’ll notice about the Infinix Note 7 is the design it sports. The fingerprint is now mounted on the side, not rear, and it comes in Black, Green, and Purple colours. The device comes in dimensions of 173.4 x 79.0 x 8.95mm. The Infinix Note 7 weighs 207 grams. The screen is Gorilla Glass 3, it features a plastic back and plastic frame.

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Infinix Note 7 Display

The second most important thing for us on any device is the display quality. That is why we have this as the second item on our Infinix Note 7 review. This smartphone sports a display rated IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16m colours. Its screen is 6.95inch, 102.0cm2 with a screen-to-body ratio of ~84.7%.

The Infinix Note 7 comes with a resolution of 720 x 1640 pixels, 20.5:9. So we have a PPI density of ~264. Another noteworthy thing about the device screen is that it can react to up to 5 fingers, with an inbuilt splash resistance.

Platform

Here is another point that will never go missing on our Infinix Note 7 review. We love the fact that the Note 7 comes with the latest Android 10 pie operating system based on XOS v6. The smartphone also sports a chipset that’s rated Mediatek Helio, G70 (12nm) and an octa-core (2 x 2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6 x 1.7 GHz Cortex-A55). The Infinix Note 7 also sports a GPU rated Mali-G52 2EEMC2.

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Infinix Note 7 Memory

The Infinix Note 7 comes with a RAM of 6GB and internal storage of 128GB. You can also expand the memory to 256GB using a microSD slot. That for us is one thing that stands out in this Infinix Note 7 review. We were able to play powerful high graphic games, minimize and navigate around the device and our apps remained open, not even a single one closed. That is one thing I love about devices with good RAM, and Infinix didn’t disappoint.

Infinix Note 7 Camera

Many of you would scroll straight to the camera when reading this Infinix Note 7 review. I don’t blame you though, I always do the same. In fact, for me, a camera is one of the most important things about any phone I use.

The Note 7 comes with a quadruple lens…four cameras. One is rated 48MP, then 2MP, 2MP, and one VGA Main camera. The rear camera of the Infinix Note 7 is a single-lens 16MP camera.

Infinix Note 7 battery

The battery is another thing about this smartphone that we adore. While preparing to write this Infinix Note 7 review, we gave the 5000mAh battery a thorough test. We played powerful games, used the internet nonstop and even downloaded a lot of files while playing music at the highest volume. On a full charge, the Infinix Note 7 lasted for a whopping 39 hours, and on 2G, we saw the phone last for 75 hours. The smartphone also comes with an 18W Supercharge 3.0.

Sound

The Infinix Note 7 comes with a 3.5mm audio jack, its loudspeaker is located at the chin, below the display. The smartphone also sports active noise cancellation feature with a dedicated mic. DTS Audio technology and dual speakers all make the Infinix Note 7 sound, a killer.

Connectivity

The last point on our Infinix Note 7 review has to be the connectivity. The smartphone sports MicroUSB 2.0, USB on-the-go. The smartphone also comes with Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE. You also enjoy Wi-Fi direct and hotspot including GPS and FM radio on the Infinix Note 7.

Infinix Note 7 price in Nigeria, Kenya, and India

How much is the Infinix Note 7 and where to buy Infinix Note 7 in Nigeria? The Infinix Note 7 price in Nigeria is 77,000 Naira. The Infinix Note 7 is expected to retail in Nigeria, Kenya, and India at around $167. That is a pretty good price. As the phone gets to each country, you should check prices on Jumia, Konga, Amazon, Slot, and the others.

Verdict

For the price, the Infinix Note 7 is one of the best smartphones in the middle to lower range of the market. We believe it’s worth the price, and with a monster battery of 5000mAh, this is one device to get.

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About the Author: John Adebimitan

John follows everything happening in the tech industry, from the latest gadget launches to some of the big-name moves in the industry. He covers opinionated pieces and writes on some of the biggest names in the industry. John is also a freelance writer, so he shares articles on freelancing every now and then. email: [email protected]

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