A couple of weeks back, renders of the Infinix Note 10 Pro surfaced on the internet, and these all but confirmed the design of the device and revealed that it was set to pack a punch-hole front camera display. Now, live images of the Note 10 Pro have surfaced on the internet, courtesy of XDA, and it has been revealed that the device will sport a quad-camera setup on the rear.
The leaked images show us the back view of the Note 10 Pro, confirming that the device will be made available in at least two color variations— one will have a very light shade of purple, and the other one will be a blue reflective gradient design.
The renders had revealed a rectangular camera housing with 5 lenses on the rear, but with the live images, we have been able to identify one of the lenses to be a LED flash, further confirming that the Note 10 Pro will indeed feature a quad-camera setup. The resolutions for each camera sensor are still unknown but we can expect Infinix to go with a high-resolution primary lens, possibly a 64MP sensor.
The pictures also confirmed that the Note 10 Pro will feature a fingerprint scanner on the side of the phone. While Infinix hasn't divulged anything yet regarding the Note 10 Pro, here's what we have gathered so far;
According to the device's earlier listing on Google play Console, we know that the device will be powered by MediaTek's Helio G90 Soc and will pack 8GB RAM. The device is tipped to feature a 6.9-inch FHD+ display with a 1080×2040 pixels resolution, 480 PPI pixel density, a 90Hz refresh rate and a punch hole notch. The device is also expected to run on Android 11 OS.
Lastly, the Infinix Note 10 Pro will feature a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack, and thanks to the FCC, we also know the smartphone will have 256GB storage onboard and support 33W charging.