Infinix Note 8 Goes Official in Uganda, Here is how much it costs and its availability timeframe
Infinix Note 8 is officially off the launch pad in Uganda with an immediate availability date. Succeeding the Infinix Note 7 which was launched earlier this year, the Note 8 launches with a new kit of upgrades addressed by Infinix Mobile as signals of better user experience.
Powered a Mediatek G80 Processor, the new Infinix Note 8 comes with a Note 8i as its launchpad companion. Picking a leaf from the Note 7 which was powered by a MediaTek G70 processor, the Note 8 yet again braces MediaTek’s latest line of gaming chipsets.
Given the fact that Infinix Mobile’s Note series lane is known to ship huge screens, big battery, and flagship performance, the Note 8 brings to play a total of 6 Cameras to prove its Note status a notch higher.
A quad rear camera setup, and a dual front camera setup define the Smartphone’s main feature levels. With a dual punch hole notch, the Infinix Note 8 looks different from its Note 7 predecessor, and it’s by no doubt that Infinix Mobile just upgraded its Note series lineup a step higher.
As per the launch Specs, the Note 8 front camera sports a 16MP lens and a depth sensor finishing its dual selfie lineup. To the back, a 64MP Main Snapper, a 2MP macro lens, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP AI lens finish the device’s rear camera lineup.
However, picking a leaf from its predecessor’s main features, the Note 8 doesn’t ship a fingerprint sensor to the back, but its instead equipped on the power button with a wide surface area.
Launched together with the Infinix Note 8i, the base Note 8 serves as the main Smartphone, as the Note 8i differs with a smaller 6.78Inch LCD Screen contrary to the main 6.95Inch variant. Likely, the 8i drops the secondary selfie camera lens, and further equips a 48MP main snapper to the rear instead of 64MP.
Hence, with the Infinix Note 8 series off the launchpad and currently available in Uganda, we expect the Note 8 to be a Note series gamechanger since it brings to play a MediaTek gaming processor, a newer display notch, and on top of all, a USB C port powering a 5200mAh inbuilt battery.
So, at UGX 768,000, the launched Infinix Note 8 is somewhat affordable with a midrange price tag to its release date in Uganda. For now, this is yet another amazing Infinix release, but we shall confirm what it has to offer in our upcoming review and unboxing articles.