Infinix Note 7 is the latest flagship release that was rumored to be a multi-camera spill before its launch, and now a non-Xpen release, but still holding a pile of features that define Infinix Mobile’s Note series tier.
Well, we received a review unit of the device 2 weeks back, and by first impressions, the Infinix Note 7 comes in a medium-sized box with a semi-premium finish just like the Note 6. Inside the box, regular accessories are tagged along with the device and here is a flex of the device’s unboxed contents:
Infinix Note 7 Box Contents
- A single Infinix Note 7
- Micro USB Cable
- Charging Brick
- Transparent phone cover (rubber)
- Single layer Screen Protector
- SIM tray Ejection PIN
- User Manuals
However, the Infinix Note 7 misses the XPEN in-box, but tags along as an extra accessory that can be purchased from authorized points of sale. So, it’s the end of an era for the Infinix Note series to tag along an Xpen as evidenced on previous releases like the Note 6 and Note 5 Smartphones.
Infinix Note 7 First Impressions
The Infinix Note 7 is a big phablet that weighs lighter, but holds a wide display rocking with 6.95 Inch Screen. Sparkling out loud, a punch hole display rules the device’s top right bezels giving the Phone a full display standard.
But what truly impresses is the device’s circular-shaped quad rear camera setup that promises better quality images, and sieves as the only rear-view component this time around, with no rounded fingerprint sensor.
Instead, the Power button rocks as a Fingerprint sensor with a soft patch, which is awesome, given the fact that you don’t have to press the button, but simply touch with a registered fingerprint.
On Power-on, the Infinix Note 7 display delivers the most of detail with lesser bezels and in-screen navigation buttons on its close to 7-Inch display. Likely, the Note 7 still rocks with a basic HD resolution of 720 which we feel is a little backward, now that most flagships rock with Full HD 1080 and 4K displays.
However, Big Storage, Big Battery are all equipped by the Infinix Note 7. A Base 64GB Internal memory is good enough to facilitated common files and not wave any out-of-space alerts.
More so, 4GB RAM is good for real-time memory, and this means the Smartphone can handle most memory-thirst games like Call of Duty, PUGB Mobile, among others.
5000mAh of Battery power equals to almost 3-days without a charge, the inbuilt battery capacity is a great standard to deliver more uptime to the device, even on a wide display. But we shall try running battery intensive applications on the Phone and share our experience in our upcoming review article.
Infinix Note 7 Price in Uganda
The Infinix Note 7 is priced at UGX 734,000 for the 4GB/64GB Version with a circular quad rear camera, UGX 833,000 for the 6GB RAM/128GB ROM version, then UGX 655,000 for the 4GB/64GB version with a triple camera setup.
All 3variants come in three color options; Bolivia Blue, Forest Green, and Aether Black available at Airtel Service centers. Likely, the Xpen comes an external accessory estimated at UGX 120,000 or slightly more.