Infinix Note 12i Launched with 90Hz IPS Display, 5000mAh Battery

Infinix has released the Infinix Note 12i, a more cheap alternative to the Note 12 and the Note 11i’s successor (though not a strict upgrade).

The Infinix 12i has the same Helio G85 chipset (12nm, 2x A75 + 6x A55, Mali-G52 MC2) as the Note 11i and has a 6.82″ 90Hz IPS LCD display. It has 4GB of RAM as well as 3GB of virtual RAM. Storage has been increased to 128GB (while keeping the microSD slot), and Android 12 is pre-installed (skinned with XOS 10.6).

Infinix Note 12i

The Note 12i features a new camera with a 50MP sensor with a brilliant f/1.6 aperture (replacing the 11i’s 48MP, f/1.8 camera), matching the Note 12 camera arrangement. A 2MP supplemental camera and an auxiliary QVGA model are also included. On the front, there is an 8MP selfie camera.

It has a 5,000mAh battery and supports 18W rapid charging. The charger, a USB A-to-C cable, a pair of headphones (for use with the 3.5mm connector), and even a simple protective case are all included in the box.

Highlight Specifications of Infinix 12i

Display size: 6.82 Inches, 720 x 1640 Pixels

Camera resolution: 50MP F1.6 + 2MP F2.4 + QVGA

Front camera resolution: 8MP

Operating system: Android 12, XOS 10.6

Processor: 2.0 GHz, Octa-core

RAM: 4GB

Storage: 128GB

Battery: 5000mAh, Li-Po

Pricing

The Infinix Note 12i is already available in some regions. For example, in Kenya, it costs KES 20,500 ($175/€170/₹13,500). In Nigeria, you can get it at NGN 100,700 ($245).