It comes in a packed retail box with a 33W charger, a cable, a case, a glass screen protector (unapplied), and some leaflets. However the previous model had earbuds as well, while this one hasn’t.
The Note 11 Pro comes a short five months after the Note 10 Pro and it isn’t a complete overhaul, nor even a straightforward step up. Sure, its 6.95-inch IPS LCD now refreshes at a higher 120Hz, and it comes exclusively in a higher-end 8/128GB model, no 6/64GB option here.
The Infinix Note 11 Pro also adds a 2x telephoto camera, but it scraps the 8MP ultrawide of the Note 10 Pro, which won’t be to everyone’s tastes.
Another difference is the chipset – a 12nm Helio G96 replaces a 12nm Helio G95. In this case 96 over 95 sounds like a bigger improvement than it is – processing is faster, but graphics are technically inferior – more on that in a future, more detailed article.
Then there’s pricing and availability – no word yet and soon. Which might push some eager buyers towards the older model.
If you’re not in a hurry, stay tuned for a more detailed look at the Infinix Note 11 Pro.