The Infinix NOTE 7 has been in the Kenyan market for some time now. This is the seventh edition of a fairly successful series. This year, however, some things are completely different:
- There are only two options. There is no PRO model.
- There is no X-Pen.
- There is also no version of Android ONE as we saw at NOTE 5 – which I absolutely loved.
This year there is a NOTE 7 and a NOTE 7 Lite. And although I said in the video that Infinix says there might be an X-Pen option, that might not happen. In terms of price, Infinix strives, as usual, to be very competitive:
- NOTE 74 GB RAM/64 GB storage– KES. 18,399
- NOTE 76GB RAM/128GB Storage– KES. 20,699
- NOTE 7 LITE4/64GB– KES. 15,799
If you can afford a normal NOTE 7 with 4 GB RAM, you can certainly wait a while, upgrade and get a NOTE 7 with 6 GB RAM and more storage. But it’s up to you. Although I think it will be much better with the 6 GB RAM model. I used the model with 4 GB RAM, and I hope this test will help you decide whether to get it or not.
(If I had even a NOTE 7 LITE, I could compare the two and tell which one to choose. But alas, that is not the case. You can read the difference between the two devices here).
Let’s start with the biggest summary, as always, with all of Transsion’s devices, software and user interface.
Honestly, I miss the days when Infinx had no breath on the devices. If I remember correctly, when I bought the Infinix HOTOTE and tested the NOTE 3, there were only the standard Infinix X applications and a few games. Infinix fills the device with unwanted and unnecessary applications. And they have a strange name. And they ask for so many permits and agreements. And it seems possible to give permission to collect as much data as it can track.