Infinix today announced the successor to the Note 10 series that was released earlier this year. The all-new Infinix Note 11 series promises several meaningful upgrades in almost every aspect, be it the cameras, display, performance, or design.
First things first, the Note 11 series is comprised of the Note 11 Pro and Note 11, with both being powered by the recently launched Mediatek Helio G96 4G processor – a chip that companies like to associate with gaming.
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