Infinix Note 10 Pro Leaked Live Images Reveal Quad Rear Cameras, Colour Changing Rear Panel

The smartphone will be powered by MediaTek Helio G90 SoC and 8GB of RAM.

Infinix launched the Infinix Note 8 series of devices including the Note 8, and Note 8i back in October. Refreshing smartphone lineup every 6 months has become a norm in mid-range segment, and Infinix doesn’t seem like an exception. A couple of weeks back, design renders of the upcoming Infinix Note 10 Pro surfaced on the web, giving us a preview of the design. Now, the live images of the upcoming Note 10 Pro have appeared on the web, courtesy of XDA. Let us take a look at the leaked images, and what we know about the upcoming smartphone so far.

Infinix Note 10 Pro: Live Images

The leaked images show us the back panel of the upcoming device. The Note 10 Pro images confirm that the smartphone will have at least two color variants – one will have a very light shade of purple, and the other one will be blue. The Blue color variant of the Note 10 Pro is reminiscent of the Infinite Blue variant of the Realme 8 Pro.

Earlier, the renders showed rectangular camera housing with 5 lenses at the back, but the live images reveal that one of those will be a LED flash. So, the Note 10 Pro will offer a quad-rear camera setup. We can expect the company to go with a high-resolution primary lens, maybe a 64MP sensor.

Infinix Note 10 Pro: What we know so far!

The upcoming smartphone was earlier spotted on Google Play Console listing confirming some of the key specifications of the device. The listing revealed that the device will be powered by MediaTek Helio G90 SoC and 8GB of RAM.

The Note 10 Pro is said to feature a 6.9-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The Google Play Console listing has already confirmed the presence of FHD+ display with a 1080×2040 pixels resolution, 480 PPI pixel density, and a punch-hole notch. The smartphone will feature a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. What do you think of the Note 10 Pro? Do let us know in the comments below.

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