Infinix is set for 2021. Two weeks ago, the Infinix Note 10 Pro receives FCC certification which reveals the possibility of Infinix skipping the Note 9 series. Another phone with model number X693 also receive FCC certification.
The device with the model number X693 key features and design was revealed through FCC certification via popular leak star, Abhishek Yadav. With this certification, the phone might be announced any time soon. The certification reveals the key specs of the phone and the rear design as well. So, let’s take a look at the features of the device.
As for the features of the device according to documents, the Infinix X693 will be a 4G smartphone. Looks like Infinix will not release any 5G device any time soon. When the Infinix Zero series which happen to be Infinix high-end device is announced, if it isn’t 5G, we can expect Infinix will wait till 5G is fully available especially in Africa.
Taking a look at the design sketch, the device will feature multiple camera set-up, side-mounted fingerprint that doubles as the power button and an Infinix branding on it back. The device will also house a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom. The dimension of the smartphone will be 173 x 79 x 9 mm.
The device will have support for 2G, 3G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi apart from 5G. The device will be powered by a 4,900mAh battery which has support for 18W fast charging. The device will come with a charger with model number CQ-18LX.
That said, this smartphone whose marketing name is still a mystery could be the Infinix Note 10. That’s because the Infinix note 10 Pro revealed few weeks ago, which is also yet to be announced bears a similar model number, X695, and it differs by 2.
If this device happens to be the Infinix note 10, we can expect this smartphon to come with 8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB internal memory, quad-camera set-up and android 11. These features mentioned here are just speculations.
The Infinix note 10 Pro is set to come with up to 8GB RAM, MediaTek Helio G90T SoC processor, 256GB internal memory, quad-camera set-up, Android 11 and 33W fast charging.Be in the Know: Follow us