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First impressions of the Infinix Note 10 pro

First impressions of the Infinix Note 10 pro

Infinix offers some interesting specifications on the Note 10 Pro, such as a MediaTek Helio G95 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a big 6.95-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate.

Drop everything we have told you before about this magnificent device and look at the processor and night photography only in this article.

Performance is where the Infinix Note 10 Pro gets interesting. While Infinix Zero 8 of last year was powerful, Note 10 Pro is even more powerful. Of course, it features the mightiest hardware on any Infinix device.

We’re looking at a MediaTek Helio G95 processor here. Helio G95 is a gaming-focused processor, which means it can handle all sorts of high-graphics games without frustrating you. MediaTek Helio G95 is designed to deliver increased performance across the board of superior gameplay. The massive storage memory of 256 GB and 8GB RAM helps to increase the efficiency of in-game acceleration and data processing, which makes NOTE 10 Pro truly stand out.

Helio G95’s GPU is over 120% faster compared to the MediaTek Helio G80 processor used on the Infinix Note 8, and 25% faster than the Snapdragon 7 hundred-series processors.

In regard to the camera, every picture you take during the night can be optimized automatically by highlighting details, adjusting brightness, and enhancing clarity thanks to the AI algorithms of NOTE 10 Pro, No matter taking night photos or making 4K videos at night, it fits every scenario.

The 64MP primary camera is supported by an 8MP ultrawide lens, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP monochrome lens. Again, Infinix ditched the aged “AI” lens for a monochrome camera, which of course should be a plus if you light taking black and white pictures.

For a reason, Infinix tagged the camera on this device as “Ultra Night Camera”, which connotes you can now take brighter night shots with it, as compared to its predecessor. And since it has a better processor, you cannot but agree with that.

Meanwhile, it’s nice to see the addition of an ultra-wide lens on this device; this gives you a wider field of view to cram more objects into a picture.

On the front, you get a 16MP AI Selfie Camera, which promises better noise reduction and clearer selfies than its predecessors. In terms of camera features, you also get plenty of them here. These include Short Video, Ultra Night mode, Portrait & Portrait Video, Beauty Mode, Document correction, Slo-Motion, Time-lapse, and many more.

Video recording comes out crisp at 4K 30fps on both the front and rear cameras. Video stabilization is present here as well, but you’ll have to scale down to 1080p.