Infinix Note 12 VIP review has come out with all Specifications. It’s not often we receive a phone with a “VIP” in its name, right here at headquarters. In the Infinix Note 12 VIP instance, it might be more appropriate to name the phone Note 120. Or 120+108. Let us explain.
This Infinix Note 12 VIP concentrates on three aspects – rapid charging, a fast screen refresh rate, and camera performance. Chargers powered by a 120W power charger, which can, in theory, go from zero to 100 percent within 17 minutes. For the display, the Infinix Note 12 VIP goes full-on with the 6.7-inch 1080x2400px AMOLED that has 1 billion colors, 700nits brightness, and a 120Hz rate.
The Infinix Note 12 VIP packs the 108MP main camera, blends 9 pixels to produce a 12MP image, and can also shoot full-res stills at 108MP. It’s also backed by an ultrawide 13 megapixel with autofocus and a depth sensor of 2MP, and the 16MP selfie camera has the option of a LED flash. We’ll look them up also. In the final section of the specifications sheet,
Infinix Note 12 VIP review has come out with all Specifications
We have a 4,500mAh battery with a MediaTek Helio 96 chipset with 8GB of RAM, which can increased by up to 5GB of storage of 256GB, as well as Android 12 running Infinix’s XOS as the top layer. Additionally, there are some great extras, like the 3.5mm headphone socket and stereo sound speakers. The shopping experience lives up to the level of the VIP label.
The standard accessories are available – earbuds and an included case, a 120W power source that is astonishingly small, and a USB cable. You also get some other features that Infinix has added to the package – a screen protector made of plastic and a variety of stickers, a SIM Ejection Tool, and a gift card to purchase one XGold to use in the Infinix club.
A decent haul for $300. Infinix Note 12 VIP Infinix Note 12 VIP is straight, squared off, and flat. The front display is completely flat. While the sides are smooth, and the display is almost completely flat, with only a slight curvature at the edges. The sides’ surface is shiny and colored to match the rear panel, which is a matte finish.
Infinix Note 12 VIP review
Despite the differences in appearance and design, it’s still a good phone. Infinix Note 12 VIP is uninspiring when you don’t use the included case. The upside is that it is comfortable in the palm of your hand. It’s well-balanced and does not feel too bulky, although it isn’t a small phone.
The OS packs all the essential features you’ll need, such as options such as an all-day display and a power manager which manages the use of RAM and a thematic engine FM Radio, a code scanner, a compass, and a list of features that goes on. The phone we’re testing is a MediaTek Helio G96 with an octa-core processor with two 2.05GHz Cortex-A76 cores and six 2.0GHz Cores Cortex-A55.
It has 8GB of RAM, which can expanded by 5GB of storage of 256GB. This is one of two Infinix phones that goes beyond 64MP in its main camera. The other is The Zero X Pro, also featuring a similar 108MP primary camera. The sensor on this phone is larger but a slightly different one. It’s also paired with different cameras.