We are a few days away from the official launch of the Infinix Note 4. The device, which like others we have seen before from the Chinese device maker, is expected to arrive in at least two models, an ordinary model and a Pro/Plus variant. Check out what are supposedly the specifications of the standard model here.
But before we get there, there is something else of interest. A benchmark listing on GFXBench has surfaced that shows us, at a glance, Infinix’s plans for later in the year.
A device bearing the model number X603 is listed as having 64GB internal storage, a whopping 6GB RAM, MediaTek’s mid-range Helio P25 chipset backed by a Mali T880 GPU, Android 7.0 Nougat, a 12-megapixel camera at the back and a 5-megapixel counterpart on the front. The unnamed device’s display clocks in at 6-inches and is still a full HD panel.
If it comes to pass that this is the device that Infinix eventually brings to the market, then this will be the first time that Infinix is releasing a device with 6GB memory.
Since the Infinix Zero 4 Plus had the model number X602, this device, thanks to its X603 logged model number, could be its successor, the Infinix Zero 5 Plus. Infinix doesn’t release that many phones in a calendar year when compared to other device makers like say Samsung so it is not every day that a mysterious Infinix device shows up on benchmarking sites. In fact, every other time that has happened before, the device has gone on to show up with the same exact specifications and name as expected. This year may not be different.
Header image: Infinix S2 Pro