Outstanding smartphone maker, Infinix Mobility has unveiled Infinix Note 3 with Lower Charging Time. The phone made triumphant entry into the Nigerian market, Jumia Nigeria, MTN and other partners joined Infinix Mobility to unveil the smartphone in Lagos recently.
The 6 inch phone Note comes with some pretty nice features including a four thousand, five hundred milliamps per hour battery (4500mah), a sixteen gigabyte expandable memory (16 gig), two gigabyte of RAM, as well as a finger print scanner which captures selfies, unlocks the phone, as well as receive calls.
The Note 3 also includes a 13 megapixel primary camera and a 5 megapixel secondary camera, IPS full HD screen, Android Marshmallow operating system, and so many other improvements on its body which is now all metal, as well as its new liquid cooling system which handles overheating of the phone. A total upgrade from the Note 2 and both the 3G and 4G versions were unveiled at the event.
Seemingly, it device is tailored for African market where electric power supply is still at low ebb. For instance, the manufacturers sais that charging the device for five minutes enables users to have 200 minutes talk time; which is relatively a lower charging time compared to other devices (in the category) presently in the market.
Here is a quick comparison between Note 2 LTE and Note 3 X601. The Note 2 is an amazing device, but having an upgrade isn’t a bad idea either. Here are some visible differences between these two Android phones.
Battery capacity; the Note 2 came with 4000mAh battery while Note 3 has 4500mAh.
Led light appears front and back in Note 3, while Note 2 only has back led light;
Finger print sensor; Note 3-Yes, Note 2-No.
Infinix Note 3 comes with XOS Chameleon which empowers with for finger swipe functionality to help make a quick screenshot instead of using the traditional Power and security, stylish and efficient.