In April, we came across two unreleased Infinix phones carrying model numbers X571 and X572.
At the time, our guesses were that these two will be refreshing the Infinix Alpha series, but as we all know, the company has already released the X572 model as the Infinix Note 4. At the time of releasing the standard Note 4, the Chinese OEM noted that it will be coming in with a high-end Infinix Note 4 Pro later in August. With only a little over a week before the new month is here, the phone has been cleared by the Wi-Fi Alliance as model number X571, suggesting that it’s getting ready for a global release.
So far, Infinix Note 4 Pro has already been unveiled in some markets, which means we already know the details of the phone’s specs and features. When the X571 model appeared in benchmarks back in April, it also gave us details of the specs to expect on the phone. There were lots of similarities with the X572 or rather Infinix Note 4, with the only notable difference back then being the improved 3GB RAM.
From the Wi-Fi Alliance listing, we also know that the Infinix Note 4 Pro will come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, which is nothing new considering that the Note 4 also ships with this same OS on board. The Note 4 Pro will also get a bigger 4500mAh battery unit and 32GB storage alongside an X Pen, similar to the likes of Samsung Galaxy Note family, but the rest of the specs remain unchanged.
These specs include a 5.7-inch Full HD display screen with a 2.5D glass, a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core clocked at 1.3GHz, a 13MP/8MP camera combination, Bluetooth 4.2, a front-mounted fingerprint scanner and support for 4G LTE connectivity, among others. The phone is expected to be available in up to four color variants of Champagne Gold, Lilac Gray, Sandstone Black and Prussian Blue.
As for now, pricing details are still unknown, but with the phone’s release happening in a few days’ time, it won’t be long before we find out.