Infinix Note 12 price in Kenya & key features
The Infinix Note 12 price in Kenya starts at Ksh 27,000. This phone comes with a 6.7 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1,080×2,400 pixels. It comes with 4GB of RAM. The Infinix Note 12 runs Android 11 and is powered by a 5,000mAh battery. The Infinix Note 12 supports proprietary fast charging. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Infinix Note 12 on the rear packs a 50-megapixel camera with an f/1.6 aperture. It has a single front camera setup for selfies, featuring a 16-megapixel sensor. The Note 12 runs XOS 10 is based on Android 11 and packs 64GB of inbuilt storage. It was launched in Celestial Snow, Glacier Green, and Graphite Black colors.
Infinix Note 12 specs and price in Kenya
|Price in Kenya||Approx. Ksh 27,000|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G88 (12nm)|
|OS||Android 11, XOS 10.6|
|Display||6.7 inches, AMOLED, 1000 nits (peak)|
|Rear Cameras||50 MP + 2 MP + QVGA|
|Front Camera||16 MP|
|Features||Fingerprint (side-mounted), Fast Charging 33W,
|Colors||Jewel Blue, Force Black, Sunset Golden|
|Storage||64GB, 128GB, expandable microSD|
|Connectivity||Dual sim, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi|
|Battery||5000 mAh, Fast Charging 18W|
Infinix Note 12
Infinix Note 12 brings competitive pricing to budget phones balancing out the basic features with decent performance and a huge screen. It sports a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen, 33W fast charge, a massive 5000mAh battery, and the decent Helio G88 chipset. That’s certainly eye-catching a device at its price point
Infinix Note 12 comes with a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a dew drop notch design for the selfie camera. It’s a huge phone, bigger than most phones in its class. It’s hardly a one-handed operation, with a screen-to-body ratio of 86.0%. It has a plastic frame and back and a NEG Dinorex-protected front panel. It is very bright and vivid, peaking at 1000 nits. It’s not rated for splash protection, but it’s certainly not waterproof. Fortunately, it has top-placed a headphone jack. It has a physical fast rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. It has a dual downward-firing speaker, which is great for playing media.
Infinix Note 12 comes with the budget Mediatek Helio G88, making it decently fast. It has a Cortex Octa-core CPU paired with a Mali G52 GPU, with storage options of 4/6 GB for RAM & 64/128 GB for ROM. It also comes with a dedicated expandable memory option. It is running the latest Android 11, with a XOS 10.6 skin on top. The performance, coupled with an AMOLED screen, feels fast, smooth, and rich in color. It however comes with lots of pre-installed apps, which can be an underwhelming experience, especially if you are not used to bloatware. The OS is however very customizable, with tonnes of themes and other customizations.
Infinix Note 12 has a triple camera arrangement on the back. It comes with a 50 MP primary sensor, for those excellent daylight photos. Additionally, it has a 2MP depth lens and an unspecified QVGA. The photos are great and vivid when taken in decent lighting. It will predictably deliver less and less as light reduces, but there is certainly good potential here. The video can support up to 1440p video at 30 fps, with HDR support. The selfie camera is a decent 16MP wide sensor, capable of 1440p video at 30fps. The selfies are great and well-lit.
The Infinix Note 12 supports USB Type C and comes with 33W fast charging. Needless to say, there is no wireless charging. On the flip side, it comes with a massive Li-Po 5000mAh non-removable battery. It can get fully charged in just under 1 hour. All things considered, this a great device all-rounder, a high refresh rate screen, great performance, a huge camera and fast charging. There is no NFC too so no contactless payments. It comes in Force Black, Sunset Golden and Jewel Blue.
Similarly, priced phones would include Oppo A54, Oppo Reno 7, and the Samsung Galaxy A23. The main talking points would be the AMOLED screen and the huge battery. Also with the fast charging, its offers an experience similar to much more premium midrange gadgets.
For the price, it’s a great device. Superior design, high-end screen and a very huge battery. Seeing that it comes with a midrange Mediatek chipset, the performance is bound to feel like that of a premium device, as the performance has actually improved.
Common Q & A
- How much is an Infinix Note 12 in Kenya: the phone is currently retailing at Ksh 27,400
- Where can I buy an Infinix Note 12 in Kenya: you can buy it at com, both online and offline, with optional delivery on request.
- Does Infinix Note 12 have wireless charging: No. instead, it has very quick 33W fast charging that can get the phone to 100% in an hour. The reason is, the battery is huge at 5000mAh
- Does Infinix Note 12 support 5G: No it does not.
- Does Infinix Note 12 have an AMOLED screen: yes, it runs a 60Hz AMOLED screen
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