A couple of months back, Chinese smartphone maker – Infinix – took to Kenya to unveil the Infinix Note 8 and Infinix Note 8i smartphones.
A fresh piece of information hints that the brand might be working on the successor of models – the Infinix Note 10 series.
It appears that the arrival of the phone is drawing near. The speculation sprung up following the FCC’s approval of the Infinix Note 10 Pro handset.
The IMEI listing of the phone reveals the model number as X695. And it could debut as the Infinix Note 10 Pro.
Surprisingly, it seems the company has decided to skip the Note 9. The reasons behind the decision remain unknown.
However, the FCC certification of the Infinix Note 10 Pro reveals that it supports dual-band Wi-Fi, and it would likely feature 33W fast charging technology.
The listing also hints that the phone may offer the user 8GB of RAM and a generous storage space of 256GB.
The FCC documents contain a schematic of the phone’s rear panel. The image shows that the phone would feature a rectangular-shaped camera module that houses four lenses and an LED flash.
It also appears that the handset features a side-facing fingerprint scanner. Presently, other details of the smartphone remain unknown.
However, the FCC approval of the phone hints that the phone may arrive soon. Hence, we wouldn’t be kept in the dark for long regarding the specs of the smartphone.