Infinix a brand which is slowly climbing up the ladder to meet up with its competitors, a brand that over the course of time has developed some very interesting smartphones over the last few months or so and has been a favorite in the Pakistani market. Infinix has just now launched its Note 8 and Note 8i smartphones and much like other phones available in the market today, the new smartphones come loaded with a rectangular camera setup at the back along with a very big display and a quad-sensor rear camera setup to give for a pretty decent package to the customer. In term of the design, both of the smartphones have similar design elements with a punch hole and the pattern on the back. The Note 8i comes with a punch hole at the top left of the screen and features a tightly knit geometric paint job on the back of the phone and sports a pill-shaped notch and a more subtle design on the back.
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On the other end, the Infinix Note 8i comes packed with a large 6.78-inch LCD panel which has support for HD+ (720p) resolution, 83 percent screen to body ratio, and 480 nits brightness. The Infinix Note 8 and 8i smartphones gain power from the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset which comes along with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB ROM, which can be expanded further using a memory card. Both devices run smoothly on the Android 10 with XOS 7.1 as the User Interface of the phones.
In the camera department we found that both of the smartphones have a quad-sensor rear camera setup, as mentioned before as well. The Note 8i features a 48 MP primary camera, along with a 2 MP macro cam, a 2 MP depth sensor, and another 2 MP AI Lens. The 2 MP camera sensors are most likely just space fillers. For selfies, it is equipped with a fairly decent 8 MP lone shooter. The Note 8 has similar rear camera specifications but swaps the 48 MP unit for a 64 MP unit. For selfies, it comes with a dual-camera system featuring a 16 MP + 2 MP configuration, so on the camera side we see a clear and distinct factor which makes the 8i the more premium device in the lineup. Finally, both handsets come with a massive 5,200 mAh battery pack which is capable of fast charging at rates of 18W.