Infinix Note 12 5G series with 108MP Camera launching soon
Transsion-owned brand Infinix is gearing up to launch the Infinix Note 12 5G series of smartphones in India soon. A teaser page for the upcoming lineup has gone live on Flipkart. The Note series has been well-received Note series in the Indian market.
While the existing Note 12 series are not 5G-ready, the smartphone company will introduce a new entrant dubbed the Note 12 5G in the series. So, Infinix Mobile will try to cash in on the upcoming 5G spectrum auction in India by launching a new 5G-enabled handset.
The Flipkart listing sheds some light on the Infinix Note 12 5G smartphone’s key features. So, let’s check out the Infinix Note 12 5G top features, specifications, and other details. The Note 12 5G will be the first 5G-ready phone in the Indian market from Infinix. Moreover, it is on the verge of hitting the store shelves in the country.
Infinix Note 12 5G Specifications and Features
While the company is still mum on the exact launch date of the handset, some of Note 12 5G key features have been confirmed.
The upcoming 5G smartphone will sport an AMOLED display. However, details about the display’s refresh rate are still scarce. Also, the handset’s camera details have surfaced online. The Infinix Note 12 5G will house a 108MP main sensor on the back.
According to the Flipkart listing, it will feature a triple rear-mounted camera setup. Further, it will come with a depth sensor and an ultrawide camera on the back.
The rear-mounted camera setup will accommodate a LED flash module. Also, the microsite shows that the phone’s display will have thin bezels. There will be a USB Type-C port for charging as well. Its bottom edge will provide the real estate with a mic and the main speaker grille. It is also likely to retain a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
Moreover, the Note 12 5G will be available in a dark blue color option. However, Infinix Mobile will probably unveil more color options at the launch event. The company did not divulge details about the processor that will power up its 5G-ready handset.
It is also unclear whether the handset will use a robust battery to draw its juices. Meanwhile, the Infinix 180W Thunder Charge system is set to arrive later this year. It will be interesting to see if the Note 12 5G will adopt this system. More details about the Note 12 5G are likely to pop up on the internet soon.