Infinix, a top-selling smartphone brand in Nigeria and Africa arguably, is releasing a new model of their product tonight. Infinix is a technology product and smartphone manufacturing company based in Hong Kong and its brand has grown to be one of the top names in the smartphone industry in Nigeria.

The device is set to launch tonight, June 1 in Nigeria by 8:30 pm. There will be several online launches hosted on Infinix Nigeria’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter official handles. Fans are encouraged to participate to win fabulous prizes.

Infinix Note 10 is set to launch in Nigeria this evening | DroidAfrica
Infinix Note 10

The Infinix Note 10 smartphone is one out of the series of smartphones in the Infinix Note 10 series. The series has Infinix Note 10, Note 10 Pro and Note 10 Pro NFC. Each of these devices in the series is very different from the other. For example, the Note 10 Pro NFC supports NFC.


The Infinix Note 10 smartphone is expected to have:

  • A 6.95 inches screen display in HD
    A MediaTek powered Helio G85 chipset with two cores running at impressive GHz
  • The screen is expected to have a contrast ratio of 1500:1 and a brightness of 480 nits.
  • The camera specification includes a triple rear camera of a 48MP main camera at the rear and two 2MP side cameras. Then at the front, it featured a 16MP selfie camera
  • The battery capacity is expected to be 5000mAh and it will run on the Android 11 operating system 

Infinix Note 10 is set to launch in Nigeria this evening | DroidAfrica

As for the RAM and storage, it is available in two variants. One variant will have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and another variant will have 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.


The price of the new and soon to be released Infinix Note 10 in Nigeria varies depending on the online shopping site. The pricing of the series will range from 75,000 NGN to 91,600 NGN for the standard Note 10. The Infinix Note 10 Pro costs 115,000 NGN.


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