Infinix Note4 Pro Review: Premium upgrade from the Note 4

If you are into big displays, the Infinix Note4 Pro is one device that you will love to hang out with. The Note4 Pro is more of a premium version of the Note 4.

Before we dive into the review, let’s have a look at the specifications:
OS: XOS Based on Android 7.0 (Nougat)
SIM Type: Dual Micro SIM
Screen Size : 5.7 Inches FHD IPS Touchscreen
Screen Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels
Processor Type: Octa-core CPU, MediaTek MT6753 Chipset
Internal Storage: 32 GB.
External Storage: Up to 128GB
Stylus: X-pen
Back Camera: 13MP camera & Dual LED Flash
Front Camera: 8MP
Fingerprint scanner: Front-Mounted
Battery: 4500 mAh Non-Removable

If you are to look at the specifications above, you will notice that the Note 4 Pro has very little differences with the Note 4 except for the few changes in memory and RAM. The other major upgrade is the addition of a stylus which is known as the X-pen.

The Infinix Note 4 Pro comes in an all-metal body design making it look and feel premium.  At the front, it has 5.7-inch screen with Full HD resolution, an 8MP front camera, and sensor at the top.

At the bottom, it has a home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner. Located on its left and right sides of the home button are capacitive keys for navigation. These buttons are unlit, with no visible indication to identify which one is which and this can confuse a first-time user.

At the left side is a Dual SIM card tray and pogo pins for the Smart Cover, while the volume rockers, power button, and microSD card tray are placed on the right side. It’s good to know that users still have a dedicated slot for a microSD card.

On its back there exists a 13MP camera with an LED flash and the Infinix logo below it.

The device is easy to grip though you may find it quite heavy if you are used to light devices.

The device has a 5.7-inch Full HD IPS display which is bright enough to under sunlight. From our tests, it appears Infinix’s claims that the phone’s screen is still scratch resistant are true.
HD videos were able to play well without distortion, and we were even able to play a 4K video.

Software and Performance
The device runs on XOS Chameleon version 2.3 straight which is  based Android 7.0 Nougat.The 1.3GHz Octa-Core Processor and 3GB RAM make the OS run smoothly with no freezing even when multiple applications are running.

According to Infinix XOS 2.3 is tweaked to ensure improved performance and reduced battery consumption. No apps were crushing throughout the testing period.

The 32GB of internal storage space is reduced by 8GB which is taken up by the system leaving you with 24GB for your Videos, Apps and Images.

The Note4 Pro also supports a stylus, meaning you can take notes the old-fashioned way.

There are two cameras on the device. The back camera Is a 13MP unit with dual LED flash  which greatly improves on the lighting and picture quality in places of low light.

The front camera is 8MP, which is equally good for those Selfie moments.

The Battery
You will cot complain when it comes to the Battery of the Infinix Note4 Pro. The device comes with a 4500 mAh unit that is bigger than most phablets. This is enough to last you more than a day without a need to recharge.

If you are not a heavy user, you can even get it to last 2 days on one charge. The phone also comes with support for XCharge which can give you more than  one hour of talk time for just a 15 minutes charge.

The Infinix Note4 pro is currently retailing at UGX 718,000 in Uganda and is available online at and Infinix Outlets in Uganda.

If you have used the Note4 before, you will find the extra additions on the Note 4 Pro a bonus. If you looking for a phone that will strike a balance between size, price and performance, the Note 4 Pro is the device meant for you. It will give you a premium feel when you hold it and with the specs it comes with, its worth the money.


Ephraim Batambuze III

Digital guy, Web developer, Tech blogger, Gadgets Reviews, Geeky dad. Twitter:@batambuze WhatsApp/Telegram:+256781665128 Skype:ebatambuze
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