Here is everything you need to know about the Infinix Note 4. The Note 4 is the latest Infinix smartphone to launch in Nigeria.

The smartphone features some pretty impressive mid-range specifications with the highlight being fast charging, display and a trendy design.

That said, here is what the Infinix Note 4 has to offer.

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Display Size: 5.7 inch

Display Type: IPS LCD

Screen Resolution: 1080 x 1920 Pixels

Screen Resolution Density: 378 PPI

Screen Protection: None

You get a 5.7 inch IPS LCD display with the Infinix Note 4. The display has a resolution of 1080*1920 Pixels and a screen resolution density of 378 ppi.

The Note 4 display is about 0.3-inch smaller than that of the Note 3 and that could be a letdown to the users who prefer large screened smartphones.

However, the display is now more refined and is now sharper and brighter. The display also features 2.5D curved glass. The inclusion of the feature is quite awesome since it gives the smart look and feel, something that is often elusive on budget smartphones.


Dimensions: 159.6 x 78.8 x 8.4mm

The Infinix Note 4 features a slightly smaller frame. This is due to the smaller display. The Note 4 is still comparably bigger than the average smartphone.

Infinix replaced the unibody aluminum design found on the Note 3 with a polycarbonate construction. The use of plastic with a removable flimsy back cover was quite disappointing as most had expected that Infinix would have maintained the metallic construction.

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However, there is a merit in this. The Note 4 is light, much lighter than the Note 3 and thus some will appreciate this.

The Note 4 generally features a fresh design philology and is unlike previous Infinix Note devices. The back cover is curved and the fingerprint is now on the front. The design philosophy appears to have been strongly influenced by Samsung. Either way, the Note 4 looks awesome.


Operating System: Android 7.0

CPU: 1.3 Ghz Octa-core MT6753


Internal Memory: 16 GB

Micro SD: Yes

A 1.3GHz Octa-core MT6753 chipset powers the Infinix Note 4. This is coupled with 2GB RAM. The setup even though it’s identical to the one found in the Note 3, is quite good and powerful enough to run heavy applications and games.

You get 16GB as internal storage and a micro SD slot that can handle up to 128 GB of memory.


Rear Camera: 13 MP

Secondary Camera: 8 MP

LED Flash: None

You get a 13 MP camera for general photography and an 8MP camera for your selfies.

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Battery and Extras

Battery Capacity: 4300 mAh

A 4300 mAh battery powers the Infinix Note 4


Fingerprint Sensor



The Infinix Note 4 is a fine choice if you are out shopping for a solid budget smartphone that has a fantastic battery performance.

Why you should buy the Infinix Note 4

  • Impressive battery
  • Great display specs
  • Awesome camera profile

Cons of the Infinix Note 4

  • Plastic construction


Rivals of the Infinix Note 4 include the TECNO L9 Plus and Cubot Max

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