Infinix Note 8 – Review for You…

Infinix Note 8 – Review for You…

This is the infinix note 8. the second note device from infinix this year equipped with the 64-megapixel quad-camera setup 5200 milliamp-hour battery capacity and MediaTek hello g80 it’s looking like the best Note device yet from infinix on the contrary it’s not yeah I have reasons for that so stick around until the end of this video for reasons why i think this device might not be worth the upgrade. launched alongside the infinix note 8 is a slightly cheaper variant called the infinix note 8i and I will also be reviewing that device in a later video what’s up guys it’s the victor here again. i have time stamps in the description box as a table of contents to various sections of this video please subscribe if you’re not and click on the post notification bell icon so that you will notify the next time and every other time i post a new video like this one at first glance the inflation 8 looks so much like the infinix zero 8 from the front view except that the zero 8 has slightly thinner bezels especially on the bottom side and the note 8 looks a tad taller because of that extra chin on the bottom the phone is made of a very glossy polycarbonate that reflects light the same finishing you get on the infinix note 7 and as expected in a glossy finish like this one it is a scam magnet and you need to employ a cleaner committed to your phone alone so you are better off with the protective case provided in the box other items in the box are an 18 watts fast charger, an earphone, a plastic screen protector, a case, some product literature, a sim ejector pin, and a usb type c cable. yes! finally, there is a USB c port on the bottom edge of the infinix note 8. also you’ll find a microphone, a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and a bottom-firing loudspeaker which is supported by the earpiece speaker on the top edge of the device for its stereo setup on the right side are the volume rockers and power button that also doubles as the fingerprint sensor on the left is a triple card slot for two nano sim cards and one sd card there is nothing on the top on the front is a 6.9 inches HD plus left-side double punch-hole display housing a 16-megapixel fixed-focus selfie camera and a portrait or depth-sensing selfie camera. unfortunately, it’s not a high refresh panel like we expected the display bezels are minimal except for the bottom bezel that looks bigger anyway the display looks good despite not being a full hd panel. colors are punchy and contrasty but far from accurate nonetheless the display is big and immersive however

It will be hard for small hands to handle this device properly on the red side of the infinite note 8 the camera array looks like Samsung galaxy note 20. it’s beautiful but i feel it’s not original and unique like the camera setup of the zero eight the camera bump is slightly raised so it will wobble a bit when placed on the table without the protective case and while it’s looking like infinix has finally decided to ditch the x-pen we love on their note series the phone still looks good and also feels good to hold even with a massive 5200 milliamp hour battery it’s still slim and comfortable to hold the build and design of the infinix note 8 in my own opinion was well done for a device of this class battery capacity on smartphones keep going up and Infinix is a champion in this department the Infinix note 8 packs a massive 5200 milliamp hour battery and the battery life is impressive with a single charge you are guaranteed two days of modest phone usage i had this phone as my primary phone for two days and didn’t reach out for my charger charging is a bit faster here than other recent devices from infinix because this one comes with a usb c port that enables fast charging and fast file transfer it also has the power marathon tech which is basically an aggressive ultra battery saving mode that remarkably extends battery life when you are low on battery the infinix note 8 runs on xos 7.1 which is the latest and greatest infinix custom ui slapped on top of android 10 with the usual bloatware and unwanted apps you see on xos unfortunately we don’t get android 11 on board here. still, sos 7.1 is equipped with some useful modern features like a game mode that improves overall gaming experience social turbo for improving and adding more features to chatting and messaging applications especially WhatsApp smart assistants for customizing gestures and accessibility features Xclone for cloning messaging and chatting apps like messenger and WhatsApp so you can run multiple accounts on the same phone at the same time. i really feel like Infinix needs to spend more time on software rather than hardware or releasing a new device every now and then if you think about it, infinix provide some of the best hardware and spec at a very aggressive price over the competition but their software experience is just infinix. if they can remove the ads bloats unwanted apps from their software, refine xos a little and make it a little bit more fluid then provide at least one software update to the devices, I believe infinix devices will turn out much better especially against the competition. so you made it this far into this video thank you for a sub to the channel would really mean a lot to me. at the heart of the note, 8 is an 8 core 2.0 gigahertz Mediatek processor the MediaTek hello g80 which allows for up to 2k video recording at 30 fps and yes this device supports video recording up to 2k at 30 fps the hello g80 also supports a max display resolution of 2520 by 1080 pixels but no we only have an HD display onboard the phone has 6 gigabytes of ram and 128 gigabytes of internal storage space multitasking is a fluid affair the phone is fast and furious and should beat the performance of other devices in this class let me know which phone or device you want in comparison with the infinix note 8. app retention on here is quite impressive and the device is a proper gaming phone on the budget. there is a stereo audio setup on the infinix note 8. the sound quality is good and loud but empty in the low frequencies the sound gets really tiny and distorted at high volume. because of the stereo separation gaming is more enjoyable and sound isn’t easily mulled out or blocked overall the sound quality is decent. the Infinix note 8 is equipped with a 64-megapixel main camera supported by a portrait, macro, and an AI lens for night photography the pictures came out pretty impressive the dynamic range is okay but the pictures look very soft when you zoom in the picture on the left was taken on the macro lens while the one on the right was on the main camera so the macro lens actually works in situations where you need to focus on tiny objects within a tiny focal length this is a portrait shot. edge detection isn’t well done even with a dedicated portrait lens for this kind of shot I wasn’t impressed with the performance of the camera in the low light situations even though there is a dedicated lens for such conditions the picture by the left was taken without the super night mode activated and the one by the right was with the super night mode activator the Infinix note 8 can shoot videos up to 2k at 30fps and comes with electronic image stabilization called ultra steady mode when activated you immediately see it take effect. although, it crops into the shot and you lose some part of the frame that’s because the stabilization is electronic and not optical. the selfie camera is a 16 megapixel sensor and these are pictures taking on the selfie camera of the infinix note 8. about price and availability the infinix smart 5 is not available in stores in nigeria but pre-order is slated to begin later this month i am expecting the device to retail at about 90,000 nairas or 200 us dollars that’s considering the competition or other devices with similar spec sheet like the redmi note 9 pro which is currently selling at 109,000 nairas or 250 us dollars the infinix note 8 is an impressive device with an impressive headline spec list like a massive 5200 milliamp hour battery the biggest yet on an infinix Note smartphone, 6 gigabyte of ram and 128 gigabyte of internal storage space decent cameras, a fast and accurate fingerprint sensor a very capable gaming processor, a study design and beautiful finishing however, i think the note 8 is not worth the upgrade because you’ll be stuck with android 10 with this device when android 11 is already shipping with some phones you still don’t get a full hd display not to talk of a high refresh rate panel for the records this is a powerful and very capable infinix device probably the best in their note series but with some minor compromises apparently. so if your budget will allow you you can get the latest and greatest of infinix’s note lineup the infinix note 8 but if you’re on a slim budget and you’re madly in love with infinix phones you are better off sticking to your note 7 with the same HD plus display the same android 10 software but with a slightly less powerful hello g70 processor and micro USB 2.0 the infinix note 9 should come with android 11. support the movement, support the reform SARS must go. 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Umer Hayat

Umer Hayat

My name is Umer Hayat, founder of Techtup.com. I have an interest in Technology so I create this blog website for you. Keep learning and sharing for support.

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