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The Note 4 Pro has a metallic build that looks and feels very good. Below the display is a central hardware Home button with the fingerprint scanner embedded.

The Note 4 has a single “loudspeaker” grill to the left of the regular USB port at the bottom edge, while the 3.5 mm audio jack port sits at the top future stock market. Unlike the Note 4, the Pro is a unibody device. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Software

The Note 4 runs Infinix’s custom UI, called XOS, this time cloaking Android 7 Nougat underneath. XOS is light and breezy and includes all sorts of nifty tools gold background images. Some include the ability to block numbers for calls and SMS. The drop-down menu also gives the user direct access to several useful features, including toggling ultra power mode, high performance mode, do not disturb, screen recording, cast and scrollshot, among others.

XOS has a number of apps pre-installed though. These include: Ultra Power, XManager, XAccount, XClub, XHide and XWeather. While they may provide some utility, depending on your needs, none of them are uninstallable. In other words, bloat.

While scribbling or sketching, you can change the colour of your digital ink, change the type and size of brush, erase (also change the size and kind of erasing technique), undo an action, as well as redo it. If you have used Paint or other image editing tool on PC, you will be at home with the options available to the Xpen. If you are not familiar with them, it is easy to use and learn as you go.

The Xpen’s versatility is how you use it while you are in the middle of anything, then save or share the results and then continue where you left off.

The Xpen has a button that you can push to spring up the Xpen menu on the screen when you need it euro dollar exchange rate today. Support for Xpen is baked into the OS too, so users get extended capabilities.

One of the gripes we have with the Note 4 Pro is how there is no provision for a slot for the Xpen on the device itself pound to usd conversion. The slot is available in the smart cover. It is the smart cover that provides electrical connects between the phone and the Xpen for charging and for detection. However, what this means is that without using the smart cover, your Xpen cannot be charged and is also likely to go missing quickly. Some of us do not like cases on our phones.

To minimise chances of your Xpen going missing, Infinix implemented Anti-lost notifications that alerts you whenever the phone does not detect your Xpen for a period.

As for software updates, the sales pack includes a statement of guarantee of a one upgrade to the latest Android OS version social media is the future of marketing. Does that mean that users of the Note 4 Pro can expect and upgrade to Android 8 Oreo? Hopefully. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Network, Telephony

Telephony on the Infinix Note 4 is of good quality and the earpiece is loud enough. The phone supports all Nigerian 2G and 3G networks, as well as 4G LTE networks from MTN, Etisalat, Smile, and Ntel. Unfortunately, it does not support Glo’s band 28(700) famous quotes by famous people. It does also support Swift and Spectranet.

For the first time, we have an implementation of XOS that does not let the user peg network mode to 4G only. There are 3G only and 2G only modes, but 4G is available only in Auto mode. I get the rationale behind implementing it this way, as majority of users will peg to 4G and wonder why they are unable to make or receive phone calls anymore. Still.

The good news is that more savvy users can still install an app like MTK Engineering Mode to take control of network mode and peg to 4G if they so want.

The official specs sheet indicates that the Note 4 supports the two bands used by American GSM networks, so the phone is good for voice calls on that business trip to the United States. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Display and Multimedia

The Note 4’s 5.7-inch display is exactly what fans of big displays want. It is bright and sharp at 386 PPI. The 2.5D glass is smooth and nice binary star system. There is no mention of protective glass though.

The loudspeaker on the Note 4 is loud and offers fair audio quality. Coupled with the beautiful display, watching videos on the phone is a pleasant experience euro pound exchange rate today. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Photography

Photography on the Note 4 Pro and the Note 4 are basically the same thing, so there is no point repeating it all. We recommend that you have a look at our Note 4 review for details. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Multitasking/Performance

As you can see, those scores are not fantastic. But then, the Note series devices have never been big on raw performance. The display and battery are their strong points 1 usd to inr in xoom. Infinix Note 4 Pro Review: Battery life

With a 4,500 mAh battery, slightly beefier than the Note 4’s 4300 mAh battery, you won’t be worrying about your phone draining fast of battery power. The Note 4 Pro just keeps going usd to nzd exchange rate history. If you use the Xpen a lot, there is some more battery drain than usual, as it needs to be plugged back into its slot at intervals for charging.

The Infinix Note 4 is a much more exciting smartphone than the Note 4 ( reviewed here). It has a much classier build and extra functionality for productivity/creativity than the Note 4 does. Battery life is solid as well. There isn’t much to dislike about it.