In February this year, Infinix’s upcoming phone, the Note 10 Pro, was spotted on Geekbench disclosing that the handset will be powered by Helio G90T SoC topped with 8 GB RAM and Android 11. Now, a few weeks after the listing, the same phone appeared on Google Play Console revealing the same RAM and software details.
However, according to this publication, the Infinix Note 10 Pro will be powered by Helio G90. There are conflicting reports that suggest that the handset will come with Helio G95 at the helm. Hence, we cannot guess what chipset will power the new Infinix device.
The publications endorse each other as far as other specifications are concerned. The smartphone will pack a display with 1080p resolution and a punch hole in the center for the selfie camera.
A schematic of the phone accompanying the publication reveals that the upcoming handset will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner along with a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack located at the bottom. The camera bump on the back includes five circles – one likely for the flash and the rest for the cameras.
The same smartphone was also certified by FCC, revealing 256GB storage and 33W charging. The company has not confirmed the existence of the phone yet, but we will most likely hear more about the device soon.