Anatel certified the Infinix Note 12 Pro smartphone, an intermediate model with 4G support. The smartphone has already been launched in the international market.
The Infinix Note 12 Pro is equipped with the MediaTek Helio G99 processor, an eight-core chip aimed at incoming and intermediate phones. The smartphone goes out of the factory with Android 12, using the XOS 10.6 interface.
Infinix Note 12 Pro: modest but with 108 MP camera
Despite being an intermediate smartphone, the Infinix Note 12 Pro has a set of cameras that promises good results.
At the rear, the phone brings two cameras: an angular (main) with 108 MP and a depth sensor of 2 MP. The main lens has f/1.8 aperture. The selfie camera features 16 MP and f/2.0 aperture. In videos, Infinix promises that both the rear and selfie cameras will shoot in QuadHD at 30 fps.
The AMOLED display is 6.7 inches long and has Full HD+ resolution. The GPU used is the Mali G57. The battery is 5,000 mAh and has support for fast charging of 33 W.
The model is sold in a single memory configuration: 8 GB of RAM with 256 GB of storage. As expected from an intermediate smartphone, which will take a more affordable price, it has 3.5mm audio connector.
The smartphone will be manufactured by Positivo in its factories in Curitiba, Manaus and Ilhéus. In the certificate of technical conformity, it is also reported that some units will be manufactured in China.
Positivo currently only sells Infinix Note 10 models in the country. The company has not yet released a release date for the smartphone that has been approved. Infinix’s portfolio in Brazil has four products: Infinix Hot, Infinix Note, Infinix Smart and Infinix Zero.