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Infinix Note 2 (X600) Unboxing and Hands-On Review


It’s almost a month ago when Infinix mobility launched the Note 2, mytechportal.com got a review copy a couple of days ago and without wasting time, lets go unboxing it and have a first hands-on experience feeling of the device.

NB: I used the Note 2 for complete 2 days with Wi-fi browsing and hours of music playback without the battery draining off, i give it to Infinix 100% for the battery capacity and quality in the Note 2. Let’s unbox.


For a couple of while now, Infinix has maintained a tradition of dishing their device in an uplong pack, same goes with the Note 2.

Infinix Note is already selling in the market and you can purchase from trusted online site like JUMIA at the official price. Note 2 marked the first device under the Note series.


The first and only smartphone for now from Infinix to come with a large 6.0 inch screen as seen among the specs listed at the back of the pack above, an Octa-core MTK processor, 5.1 Android Lollipop system with XUI, a whopping 4040mAh battery.


Tearing the tape to open the cover reveal the device ontop while it accessories beneath. Note 2 does not come with an earphone, just the charger, a USB chord and user manual as seen the the picture below;


In a glance


Holding the Note 2 with one hand might seem not very comfortable most especially if one has a small hand as it quite large with 6.0 inch screen though handy enough.


Flip backward reveal the 13MP rear camera with flashlight beside. Note 2 comes in 2 colours, gold and grey. we got  the grey.


Side view


Powering the Note 2 welcomes one to the world of Android lollipop 5.1 with Infinix own customized user interface software, the XUI.


Android 5.1 powering up…


Infinix Note 2 desktop view..


A quick glance and view of the Note 2 about phone info, display the true Android 5.1 Lollipop, phone model, etc.

Price and Availability: Inifnix Note comes in 2 range of 1GB/2GB RAM. Though only the 1GB version seems to be available for now on JUMIA at the price of N30,500 against the initial official price of N27,300 probably due to increasing Dollar to Naira exchange rate.

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