Infinix Note 5 Pro also known as Infinix Note 5 Stylus is the more advanced version of Infinix’s most anticipated smartphone of the year, the . The Pro version, of course, comes with the Stylus Pen which can be pulled out from the device’s body. The Infinix Note 5 Stylus will be launched in Nigeria if reports going around are anything to go by.
That’s not all, you also get 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage space and might come with dual rear cameras at the rear. It runs on stock Android 8.1 Oreo as well, with a lot of AI gimmicks.
- 6-inch FHD+ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 1080 x 2160 pixels
- Android 8.1 Oreo with 4GB RAM
- Octa-core 2.0GHz MediaTek Helio P23 MT6763T
- 64GB built-in storage, expandable up to 128GB
- 16MP [f/1.8] Back camera and 16MP front camera
- 4000mAh non-removable Li-Po Battery
Unlike the Note 5, the Infinix Note 5 Stylus version has a Metalic body that reflects light beautifully and amazingly well. At first glance, you will immediately see how well polished and awesome looking the device is. It comes with the Stylus Pen that was missing on the Note 5.
- Infinix Note 5 Display
- Screen Zize 6.0-inch
- Screen Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
- Screen Resolution HD+ (1440×2160 pixels)
- Pixel Density 402PPI
- Screen-to-Body-Ratio 79%
- Display Tupe Full View with 18:9 Aspect Ratio
The 6-inch FHD+ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen on this beauty can easily compete with the screens on most high-end devices. It boasts of 1080 x 2160 pixels in resolution 402 pixels per inch density. The screen also stretches up to 78% screen-to-body ratio.
Hardware and Software
The Note 5 Stylus derives its features from the Mediatek Helio P23 MT6763T chip which has a 16nm process technology, so power efficiency should be great. There’s an octa-core processor that clocks at the normal speed of 2.0GHz, while the ARM Mali-G71 MP2 graphics card handles graphics.
Unlike the Note 5, you now get a larger 4GB RAM space for multitasking heavy apps. There’s also a massive 64GB storage space with an option to upgrade up to 128GB using a memory card. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo with no user interface (Android One)