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Infinix Note 12i


  • Display: IPS LCD, 90Hz
  • Main Camera: Triple, 50 MP + 2MP + QVGA
  • Selfie Camera: Single, 8 MP
  • Software: Android 12, XOS 10.6
  • Storage: 128GB Internal Storage 4GB RAM
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000mAh, non-removable
  • Charging: Fast charging 33W

KSh 19,700.00

Infinix Note 12i in Kenya

The Infinix Note 12i Price in Kenya is Ksh 19,700.When it comes to the design, the Infinix Note 12i weighs 198 grams and measures 8.3mm in thickness. The overall smartphone feels lightweight and the rear design appears to have a nice texture and grip. It has a matte finish that feels good when held and it does not attract fingerprint smudges like the Infinix Hot 12i. The Infinix smartphone has a glossy and slim design and it has a square-sided frame that resembles the iPhones. Notably, there is no official waterproof rating but it should be acceptable considering its price point. The fingerprint sensor at the side does not deliver a snappy performance and is rather slow in some cases. It is available in force Black and Snowfall colors.

Infinix Note 12i Price and Specs:

Price in KenyaKsh. 19,700
Storage128GB 4GB RAM
Rear Camera50 MP + 2 MP + QVGA
Selfie Camera8 MP
ChipsetMediaTek Helio G85 (12nm)
SoftwareAndroid 12, XOS 10.6
BatteryLi-Po 5000 mAh, non-removable

 

Display.

One of the reasons to buy the Infinix Note 12i is its large display.. The device features a 6.82-inch IPS LCD display with 90Hz of 720 x 1640 pixels. While most recent smartphones have an AMOLED display, this one comes with an IPS LCD panel. Apparently, it delivers better contrast and punchy colors than rival models. The brightness levels are great but it is not too easy to view the screen outdoors in sunlight. The major downsides of the Infinix Note 12i is the presence of some reasonable bezels and the slow refresh rate. We have noted that many budget smartphones such as Redmi Note 11 feature a similar refresh rate for a smoother gaming experience. Otherwise, the screen delivers a reasonably good performance and it is impressive for a slew of tasks despite its budget price tag.

 

Camera.

The Note 12i has a new camera starring a 50MP sensor with a bright f/1.6 aperture (replacing the 48MP, f/1.8 camera of the 11i), matching the Infinix Note 12 camera setup. This also includes a 2MP aux camera and an additional QVGA model (function unknown). The camera is more reliable when shooting under direct sunlight or in good lighting. Nothing much can be said about the 8 MP selfie as it is a downgrade form the Note 12 VIP. Video recording tops out at 1440p at 30fps as before.

 

Performance.

The Infinix Note 12i gets the power from an octa-core MediaTek Helio G85 (12nm) processor teamed up with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. With this processor, the 12i model is much more powerful than the standard Note 12 variant that uses the Helio G88 processor. The processor is touted to deliver an impressive performance with enhanced display and gaming capabilities as well.

 

Battery Life.

Talking about the battery performance, the Infinix smartphone gets the power from a 5000mAh battery, similar to that of  Xiaomi POCO M4 Pro 5GInfinix Smart 6 Plus and Infinix Note 12 Pro, that is accompanied by a 33W fast charger. This battery can easily last up to two days, thanks to the 90Hz display that isn’t power hungry provided there is not much gaming. In terms of fast charging support, the Note 12i can be charged up to 50% in less than 30 minutes.

 

Infinix Note 12i Available Colors.

  • Force Black
  • Snowfall
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