This is our ‘Infinix Note 10 Pro User Review’, discussing all the pros and cons of the smartphone as the Infinix Note 10 Pro has made quite the buzz in the market due to the affordable price tag and the impressive specifications it offers. In this article, we hope to cover all aspects of the smartphone in order to help those considering to purchase the device.
The Infinix Note 10 Pro has some impressive specifications and we will go over different aspects of the smartphones one by one and discuss if it is actually worth buying based on the price tag, which is Rs. 30,999.
The Infinix Note 10 Pro is equipped with a decent MediaTek Helio G95 flagship processor, mated with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which should be enough for the average user and it is more than what is being offered in the given price tag.
The smartphone is very responsive, at least it is like that most of the time. However, you will experience slight stutters and lags every so often but its nothing annoying and barely noticeable unless you’re paying a lot of attention like us while testing the smartphone.
The display is definitely impressive with the 90Hz refresh rate and the 180Hz touch sampling rate. The 6.95-inches FHD display offers buttery smooth operation with vibrant visuals. You can change the refresh rate to 60Hz or set it to automatic. However, we will recommend you to keep it at 90Hz because the battery is more than capable of handing the drain.
Battery and Charging
The Infinix Note 10 Pro is powered by a massive 5000mAh battery and supports fast charging with a 33W adapter included in the box. In order to get a better idea of the charging speed of the smartphone, we drained the battery to 0% and charged the device.
It took a total of 2 hours and 5 minutes for the smartphone to charge from 0-100% with the included 33W charger, which isn’t bad considering the smartphone is equipped with a 5000mAh battery. However, we did expect a little faster charging performance from the device.
We also tested the battery drain in different scenarios to get an idea of how long the Infinix Note 10 Pro will last on a single charge. During our review, the smartphone was able to last for 13 hours while playing a back to back 1080p video, however, this screen on time was reduced to 10 hours while using YouTube on 4G data.
It bears mentioning that the battery drain test was done at 90Hz refresh rate and 50% brightness with volume set to maximum. Furthermore, the battery drain during gaming is mentioned below in the gaming section of the review.
Many people are following the trend of mobile gaming and the Infinix Note 10 Pro can definitely keep up with most popular titles such as PUBG Mobile. The smartphone is more than capable of handling the Battle Royale title and the 180Hz touch sampling does make the experience better and smoother.
PUBG Mobile was able to run at 60FPS at HD Graphics with the frame rate set to ‘High’. However, there were dips and stutters at times which were annoying, especially around enemy teams making it somewhat difficult to handle the intense situation. The overall experience was acceptable and enjoyable despite the random stutters in game.
It bears mentioning that the PUBG Mobile experience on the Infinix Note 10 Pro was much more enjoyable than most competitive devices in the same price range. The smartphone managed to keep up with the game for hours at a time.
The Infinix Note 10 Pro was able to last 7 hours during continuous gameplay of PUBG Mobile on WiFi.
Moreover, the smartphone did get a little warn during continuous operation but did not get overheated or uncomfortable to handle.
This is one of the most important aspects of any smartphone these days as everyone needs to take that perfect selfie or make that TikTok video. The camera on the Infinix Note 10 Pro is quite impressive in this price range. During our user review of the Infinix Note 10 Pro, we did take some pictures and videos so you can have an idea of what the camera output is like for the device.
However, we would like to go over the camera setup of the smartphone before diving into the pictures and videos. The phone has a rectangular camera module on the top left corner. It houses as many as four sensors REAR (64MP/AF+8MP+2MP+2MP with Quad-Flash Light). On the front, the phone has a 16MP punch hole camera which is also called Infinity O display by Infinix.
We were quite impressed with the camera quality considering the smartphone price. It sure holds up against competition in the market with the camera setup that is provided.
The Infinix Note 10 Pro runs Android 11 out of the box, however, there are ads being displayed within the UI, which can be turned off from the settings. It bears mentioning that Infinix has a bad track record when it comes to system updates. The company despite making good quality handsets lacks software support with sometimes no updates, including security patches for months.
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