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Infinix Note 12 goes on sale in the global market (and at a discount)

Infinix Note 12 is one of Infinix’s latest releases for the mid-range category. Launched at the end of April, the device has just reached the global market and as of today (12), it is being marketed by AliExpress. Among the main highlights, the Infinix Note 12 has a big battery, stereo sounddisplay AMOLEDtechnology NFC, virtual RAM and Android 11 of manufactures.

Design and cameras

Starting with the visual aspect, we can say that Infinix didn’t skimp on elegance, especially at the back, where the device houses a large rectangular platform that houses the lenses, sensors and LED flash of the photographic set. Inside that module, we find the inscription “50 MP“, indicating the resolution of the main camera. This sensor is capable of recording Full HD videos at 30 fps.

In addition to it, the Infinix Note 12 only has an extra sensor for 2MP for depth of field effect. In the midst of a market that launches phones with three or even four rear cameras, you might think that the Infinix Note 12 saved too much by having only two lenses. In a way, we can say yes, but the only absence felt is the ultrawide lens, to capture photos with a greater angle. The fourth lens would be a macro, designed to capture those close-up shots, but honestly, it’s not really needed.

Processing and memories

Under the hood, the new Infinix Note 12 comes equipped with the Mediatek Helio G96 — 2.05 GHz octa-core model, Mali-G52 MC2 graphics card and 12 nm lithography. This is the same processor as other popular models, such as the Realme Narzo 50 and the POCO M4 Pro and Redmi Note 11 Pro, both from Xiaomi.

Infinix Note 12 specs
Infinix Note 12 Specifications (Credit: Infinix/Reproduction)

As for storage, the device offers 128 GB or 256 GB and still has dedicated microSD card slot, in case you need more space to store your photos. For RAM memory, the device has options for 4 GB6 GB or yet 8 GB. In the global version, only this last option is available. As a differential, the Infinix Note 12 has the technology of expansive RAM memory which allows you to allocate up to 5 GB of unused internal storage and convert it to virtual RAM to improve performance.

screen and battery

On the front, we have a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2460 pixels). For many, this is the ideal type of screen, both because of the AMOLED technology that offers more vivid and intense colors, as well as the perfect size for those who consume content on the most varied streaming platforms.

An important absence is in the refresh rate, locked at the base 60 Hz. On the other hand, it offers good pixel density: 393 ppi. We can’t forget about the 16 MP front camera which is housed in a discreet hole in the glass.

Infinix Note 12 in black color
Infinix Note 12 in black (Credit: Infinix/Reproduction)

To feed this whole set, we have a 5000mAh big battery with support to 33 watt fast charging. This power is a great advantage compared to other models in the same category and others even superior, such as the iPhone 13 Pro Max itself, which has only 20 watts.

price and availability

Infinix Note 12 is available in three color options (Credit: Infinix/Playback)
Infinix Note 12 is available in three color options (Credit: Infinix/Playback)

The Infinix Note 12 is now available for the entire global market in black, blue and gold. The device can be purchased from the official Infinix store on AliExpress, with 1 year warranty and free shipping for all of Brazil. The first 50 buyers can still take home the TWS X20 phone as a toast.

Take advantage of the discount, as the Infinix Note 12 may even arrive in the Brazilian market in the coming weeks, thanks to the brand’s partnership with Positivo, but you can be sure that its price goes beyond the value offered in this launch period. So, if you are used to international shopping, now is the time.

Have you seen our Infinix Note 10 Pro review?

 

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