The Infinix Note 4 is already here with us. It is currently selling the market for Kshs 14,000. But, as you may already know, it has another sibling, the Infinix Note 4 Pro, that is not yet in the market.
From what I know, the Infinix Note 4 Pro will go on sale in Kenya some time in August and cost a little more than the Infinix Note 4.
The main difference between the Infinix Note 4 and the Infinix Note 4 Pro is the presence of a stylus dubbed X Pen.
If you have used devices with styli before like, say, Samsung’s Galaxy Note, then you know what to expect even though functionality may be to a lesser degree. To be honest, the implementation is cumbersome, to say the least. For the stylus to stay in place, you need the accompanying Note 4 Pro’s cover.
As far as the looks go, the dual-LED moves to the side of the camera module instead of below it, as is the case on the standard Note 4 model.
Under the hood, the differences are a bit more pronounced with the Note 4 Pro rocking twice the storage and memory that is available on the standard model.
The device has a metal back with network antennas running through the top and the bottom.
Feast your eyes on these images of the device that I managed to take earlier on:
Check out the Infinix Note 4 Pro’s confirmed specifications here.