Infinix Note 11 Pro was first announced on the 12th of October 2021 and released on the 19th of November. The device is priced around $249 and comes in Mithril Grey, Haze Green, and Mist Blue. The storage type used here is UFS 2.2, which is nice to see. The device has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. You do have the option to extend the internal memory via an SD card. The device can support 2G, 3G, and 4G connections but not 5G. The lack of 5G is one of the biggest cons of this phone. At this price or less, you can easily get 5G capable phones from other manufacturers.
Coming to the dimensions, it measures 6.81 by 3.09 by 0.34 inches and weighs 209 grams. Infinix Note 11 Pro feels strong and durable despite its plastic build. You shouldn’t be concerned about its build quality, but you should undoubtedly be regarding its size. The device is incredibly tough to use with a single hand. However, the large size does mean you will have fun consuming video content on this phone. The device has a 6.95-inch FHD+ IPS LCD screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 84.5% and a PPI density of 387.
Moreover, the multimedia experience is great at this price. On the bright side, the phone retains the 3.5 mm headphone jack and the dual speakers as well. Infinix should have provided an AMOLED screen on this smartphone, however. While the device does have a powerful processor in the form of MediaTek Helio G96, its performance is just so-so. The Mali-G57 MC2 GPU handles the phone’s gaming performance, which is supported by the 120 Hz screen refresh rate. In the AnTuTu benchmark test, the Infinix Note 11 Pro has a score of 343527 points.
On the software side of things, the device runs Android 11 with XOS 10 on top. Needless to say, Infinix Note 11 Pro does come with a ton of bloatware. In the sensor department, the smartphone has an accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone’s overall camera performance is decent. It has a 64 MP wide-angle, 13 MP telephoto, and 2 MP depth sensor camera on the back. For selfies, the smartphone features a 16 MP selfie on the front. The phone’s camera features include Quad-LED flash, HDR, and panorama. As for video recording, the rear camera setup can record in 1440p at 30 fps.
On the other hand, the selfie camera can record in 1080p at 30fps. For communications, the device has dual-band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, and USB On-The-Go. The device has FM Radio but no NFC, which is quite common in mid-range devices. The device uses USB Type-C 2.0 port for charging its 5000 mAh lithium polymer non-removable battery. Speaking of battery, the phone delivers solid longevity. The device will last you for almost one and a half days on average use. Even if you are a heavy user, the Infinix Note 11 Pro smart device should get you through the day.