Infinix Note 12i first impressions: A fine binge-watching experience on a budget

    Infinix has launched a new budget smartphone - the Infinix Note 12i. The highlight is the display. But what about the rest? Find out.
    By: DIVYA
    | Updated on: Jan 25 2023, 15:05 IST
    Infinix Note 12i
    The first impression that comes to mind about the Infinix Note 12i is actually the smartphone's USP - a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display and that too in the sub-Rs. 10000 segment. Well, it settles with a 60Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    1/6 The first impression that comes to mind about the Infinix Note 12i is actually the smartphone's USP - a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display and that too in the sub-Rs. 10000 segment. Well, it settles with a 60Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    The good point is that it offers up to 1000 nits peak brightness, which is a rare case in the budget segment. Moreover, it comes with WideVine L1 certification to stream OTT content in HD. (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    2/6 The good point is that it offers up to 1000 nits peak brightness, which is a rare case in the budget segment. Moreover, it comes with WideVine L1 certification to stream OTT content in HD. (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    The Infinix Note 12i is powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset which runs on Android 12 with XOS 12 out of the box. It comes in a single variant of 4GB LPPDDR4x RAM with 64GB storage. Sadly, it is loaded with bloatware and unnecessary notifications. Still, you can expand memory up to 512GB with microSD.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    3/6 The Infinix Note 12i is powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset which runs on Android 12 with XOS 12 out of the box. It comes in a single variant of 4GB LPPDDR4x RAM with 64GB storage. Sadly, it is loaded with bloatware and unnecessary notifications. Still, you can expand memory up to 512GB with microSD.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    Infinix Note 12i is equipped with a triple-camera setup at the back which brings a 50MP primary camera with f/1.6 aperture. Besides this, a 2MP depth sensor and an unspecified QVGA AI lens. In the limited time of that we got to use it, the main camera performance is satisfactory in daylight, considering the price.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    4/6 Infinix Note 12i is equipped with a triple-camera setup at the back which brings a 50MP primary camera with f/1.6 aperture. Besides this, a 2MP depth sensor and an unspecified QVGA AI lens. In the limited time of that we got to use it, the main camera performance is satisfactory in daylight, considering the price.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    It packs a 5000mAh battery with the support of 33W charging. Plus, it also supports a 3.5mm audio jack, something that we don’t usually find in smartphones these days.   (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    5/6 It packs a 5000mAh battery with the support of 33W charging. Plus, it also supports a 3.5mm audio jack, something that we don’t usually find in smartphones these days.   (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    Everything comes at just Rs. 9999 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant. Should you buy it? Wait for the full review.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    Infinix Note 12i
    6/6 Everything comes at just Rs. 9999 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant. Should you buy it? Wait for the full review.  (Divya / HT Tech)
    First Published Date: 25 Jan, 15:03 IST
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