How much is Infinix Note 6 in Nigeria?
Infinix Note 6 Price in Nigeria and Where to buy – The Infinix brand has become synonymous with the midrange market in Nigeria, it’s the phone this can depend on in situations where cash versus performance becomes a factor.
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With 6 years down the road of the Note series, Infinix releases the latest in the line up of mid-range high-performance phones. The Note 6 lacks the battery power of the previous model which was 4500mah, but it does boast of a host of new features and functions that show that the notes series is agent quite nicely and with age comes experience and beauty in the world of mobile phones. The Infinix Note 6 brings something interesting from over from the Note 5 which is the much sort after X Pen. Which helped giving it the marketing moniker “The Genius”. The X Pen is touted as a creative tool for artists and designers alike to aid in the creation of fine lines and curves, much like the Samsung Note series. With a sleek uni-body plastic design, amoled gorilla glass screen, 4000 mah battery and very high pixel density, the Note 6 is breaking boundaries and giving the Note title, all the honour it richly deserves.
The newly upgraded X Pen comes with AI and AR technology to increase the accuracy and flow of the pen on the touch sensor. It functions like a very sensitive computer mouse as it navigates through the screen, making available new options for each app and motion. While it’s advertised to help artists in designers in their drawing, it realistically doesn’t perform as well as touch pen created for PC . So it cannot be completely relied upon. Plus the Android system doesn’t have the softwares a graphic designer would find useful in the creation of his art. The X Pen comes has a very comfortable holster-like opening underneath the Note 6, which makes pulling it out for use extremely stylish. So I would say the X Pen is mostly for aesthetics and not a reliable tool for professionals. That being said the pen found on the Samsung note series doesn’t fare better either.
Body / Design
The body of the Note 6 is made from a unibody hard plastic design, which isn’t premium feeling but is well crafted sand beautiful to behold. The Note 6 is a much slimmer version in the series with a 7.7mm body, anyone that picks up the Note 6 would instantly fall in love with the size and weight difference. It also comes in 3 eye catching colours, with an X Pen to match each colour. The colours are midnight black, mocha brown, and aqua blue. The dimensions are measured at 6.07 X 2.93 X 0.30 inches. It supports dual nano SIM. It also comes with 4 gigabytes of ram and 64 gigabytes of internal storage as well as room for an external SD card.
The Note 6 has an amoled capacitive touch screen, which means it’s great for conservation of battery life and also great for your eyes, being that it had less amounts of blue light die to it’s warmer colour temperature. The screen has 16 million colours bringing the screen density to 402ppi, about a 100ppi over the standard density of Apple’s retina display. It is 6.01 inches in measurement and has a HD resolution of 1080 by 2160 pixels and has an aspect ratio of 18:9.
Infinix has a long history of having really great cameras even in their midrange to budget phones. Both front and back cameras are always quite sharp, but of course the more advanced the model of the phone, the better the camera and picture quality. The Infinix Note 6 comes with 3 cameras at the back, 16 MP (megapixel), 8 MP, and 2 MP. It also shoots crystal clear videos at 1080p at 30 fps (frames a second). On the front selfie area we have a 16 mp f2.0 camera that shoots videos at 1080p at 30 fps, the same as the rear camera. The rear cameras provide a range of focal lengths and the 2 MP camera measures depth of field which aids in given that soft out of focus looks professional DSLR cameras give. This should of course be taken with a pinch of salt, because it is not as perfect as a DSLR, but it’s fun and very usable.
The Infinix Note 6 comes with a rear mounted finger print sensor and face recognition for security, FM radio, USB 2.0 and USB on-the-go, Bluetooth 5.0 which helps play music and audio on different Bluetooth devices at the same time same and 4g LTE.
While the Samsung Note remains the standard in the Note models, beating every other phone, it is also very pricy, and most times too pricy considering most of its features arrange practical in everyday use.
Most of the features of the Samsung Note 7 is generously offered by the Infinix Note 6, at a budget price of 70,000 on Jumia.co.ng and 68,000 naira on konga.com. Against Samsung Note 7’s 170,000 on jumia and 155, on kings.
Why The Infinix Note 6.
For the price of 70,000, you’d be hard-pressed to find a phone with the combination of great battery life of 4000 mah which lasts 15 – 32hrs depending on usage, great camera and picture quality, excellent colour rich screen and a touch pen to add style to the package. The Infinix Note 6 is a dream phone for many. In the endless battle of Price versus performance the Infinix Note 6 gives more than it’s price tag, and it but for a wide range of users, gamers will love the octa-core processor and graphics engine, as well as the screen resolution and longevity of the battery life. Workers and travelling businessmen will love this too because power outlets wouldn’t be close by most of the time. The Infinix Note 6 isn’t going anywhere anytime soon and will continue being a peak performer, until maybe, the release of Infinix Note 7.
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