The upcoming Infinix Note 10 Pro was first in the news back in February when its renders appeared on Geekbench along with a few of its specs, and the smartphone was certified by the FCC with the model number X695. Now, renders of this smartphone have been spotted on the Google Play Console with its entire design exposed, and according to the leaks, the Infinix Note 10 Pro will be coming with a 6.9-inch 90Hz display, XOS 7.6 which will be based on Android 11.
The device will reportedly feature a 5,000mAh battery and 33W fast charging, 8GB RAM with 256GB storage, a 64MP main camera, 16MP selfie camera and the MediaTek Helio G90 processor.
According to the renders contained in an exclusive report by XDA Developers, the Infinix Note 10 Pro will flaunt a centered punch-hole selfie camera with a couple of sensors alongside a notification LED, and on the rear, it will feature a quad-camera setup in an array of five circles, one of which will either house an ambient light sensor or 'AI' branding. We won't know for sure until we are provided with more information regarding that spec from Infinix itself.
To fit the 6.9-inch display into a compact phone, all its key features— the power button (which will also serve as the fingerprint sensor) and the volume buttons —will be positioned on the right side while the SIM card slot will be on the left. Also, a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port, microphone hole, and a speaker grille will be at the bottom of the screen. The top side of the phone will be bare.
There has been no official confirmation from Infinix about the Note 10 Pro launch date yet but hopefully, in the coming days, more information about the smartphone will be available.