Infinix Note 6 is almost here with us. This phone is going to be launched today in Uganda. It’s only a matter of time before it is officially launched here in Kenya. Infinix has grown to become one of the top mobile brands in Kenya. However, in the recent past, it has been facing stiff competition from well known global brands like Samsung and Huawei.
The Note 6 shows the company’s attempt to get back its lion share of the budget market. This mobile phone has very good specifications and a reasonable price that will definitely excite budget shoppers. Judging from the specs, I expect its price to be around KSh. 18,000.
Infinix Note 6 Specs
- 6.1 inches AMOLED display, 1080p x 2340p resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio
- Android v9.0 Pie
- MediaTek Helio P35
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB onboard storage
- Back camera: Triple – 16MP Main, 8MP with 120-degree wide angle, 2MP depth sensor
- Front 16MP
- 4000mAh battery
- 10W fast charging adapter
While there are so many awesome devices below 20K in the market, the Note 6 is unique because it comes with a stylus pen. Furthermore, it is also appealing because it packs a big battery with fast charging support.
This phone comes almost one year after its predecessor, the Infinix Note 5. Infinix has decided to bring back the X-pen, a feature that was missing from the Note 5. I expect this stylus pen to be better and have more function than the one that came with the Infinix Note 5 Stylus. It is rumored that the X-pen that the new X-pen will have lots of AI superpowers. I’m waiting to see what’s new.
The Note 6 features a triple lens rear camera, the same as the one on the Tecno Phantom 9. The front-facing shooter is a single 16 megapixels camera. 4GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage space is pretty good for a phone in its price range. Three colors will be available: Aqua blue, Mocha Brown, and Midnight Black.