Infinix Note 2 is Official With 6 Inch Display And 4000 mAh Battery

Infinix is back with its next phone in an affordable price tag. Yes, the company has made the Infinix Note 2 official on its website. Few days back we told you about the leaked specifications of the upcoming Infinix Note 2 and now the phone is official.

The Infinix Note 2 is the successor of the successful Infinix Hot Note which was introduced last year. The Note 2 comes with the same huge 4,000 mAh battery with some extra interesting tweaks. The battery can now give you 8 hours of usage time by charging it just for 15 minutes, compared to the Hot Note which gives to 7 hours on charging the phone for 20 minutes. This is made possible by the new dual engine flash charge. Which means it will now charge your battery 4.5x faster. Technically, in 15 minutes the phone charges the battery up to 1,000 mAh which can give you 8 hours of continuous usage time. Overall the battery can last for 2 days of normal usage on a single charge.

The Note 2 has a big 5.9 inch and 75% screen-to-body ratio. The screen this big is excellent for watching movies and playing games. The back camera on Note 2 is 13 MP with phase detection autofocus. The camera can now focus in just 0.25 seconds without touching the screen, which means it is 100% faster than the previous Hot Hote. The low light photo capturing is also improved. The Note 2 has an FHD BSI hi-def front camera which allows to capture 70 % more light for bright selfies.

The internal storage on the Note 2 is 32 GB, which is double of Hot Note. It also supports dual sim. The chipset in the latest Note is MT6753 which is a 64-bit chipset and delivers 37% faster performance than the Hot Note.

Infinix Note 2-Performance

The Infinix Note 2 comes in 5 different colors to choose from. It comes with Android 5.1.1 with XUI out of the box.

Source: Infinix

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Uzair Khalid
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