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Infinix Note 4 price in Kenya » The effort Infinix has put in improving its devices is not only admirable but also baffling. The latest Infinix phones have all been mind-blowing.

The company always makes sure that folks on a budget, the flagship enthusiasts, and the middle segment individuals have a gadget that satisfies their needs.

For instance, the Hot series is for those on a budget, the Zero series for the want-it-alls, and the S series for the camera lovers. That’s why the Infinix Hot S3 is one of the best camera phones out there.

The new Infinix Note 4 succeeds the amazing metal-clad Note 3.

It features a relative aesthetical overhaul, software polish, and ergonomic enhancements.

Like its predecessors, it has a superior non-removable 4300mAh battery that can last a whole day and supports the Infinix fast charge technology.

There is also a pro version, Infinix Note 4 Pro, which sports a bigger battery and sounds a bit cooler.

In the following paragraphs, you’ll learn more about the changes as well as everything you need to know about the Note 4.


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Release date

The Note 4 is already in shops and outlets near you. It was launched on July 3rd.


The Note 4 features subtle curves on its long edges. This design does a wonderful job of eliminating sharp edges that dig into palms uncomfortably.

Nonetheless, this new device is made of plastic. You can’t say that it’s an awful design decision even though most reviewers would have preferred metal or a more premium material.

The plastic back is removable to offer you access to the microSD card and two SIM slot compartments.

As for the battery, it’s reinforced with screws, which basically means that you won’t have to haul it out.

This review unit comes in an icy blue color. You can also purchase other colors including Champagne Gold and Milan Black.

All control buttons are on the right. The top part houses a lone 3.5mm headphone jack.

The bottom part hosts two machine-drilled holes. One of them is the loudspeaker and between the grills is a micro-USB port.


It has a glorious 5.7’’ display with an impressive resolution of 1080by1920 also known as full HD.

The beautiful 2.5 curved glass screen has appreciable contrast levels and popping colors.

Additionally, under outdoor conditions, it gets very bright. Nonetheless, it doesn’t dim as much under dark conditions.

One of the best attributes of the display of this phone is that it’s protected with a Corny Gorilla Glass 4.

MiraVision is an important inclusion in the Display settings. It allows basic color tuning in regards to color temperature, sharpness, brightness, contrast, and saturation.


The Note 4 is the premier Infinix device to run on Android 7.0 Nougat alongside XOS Chameleon v2.2.

The lockscreen has remained untouched with its countless shortcuts.

Notifications still reside on the screen. You can easily swipe it away. It’s also possible to restrict the type of notifications you need to see on the lockscreen.

At the bottom right side of the static dock, a cheeky application drawer icon is perfectly positioned.

The other thing that remains unchanged is the app drawer. It features an alphabetical application sorting as well as vertical scrolling.

Gestures like swipe down the screen call the notification shade.

You can see more of the Android 7.0 features on the notification shade like prioritization of notifications and in-line replies.

The shortcut toggles equally offer a hint of the inbuilt features like ultra-power saving mode, one-hand mode, flashlight and screen recorder.

Battery life

A massive 4300mAH battery fuels the Note 4. On moderate use, you can’t empty this big tank within one day. That is for sure.

Heavy usage should take you all day and night long. When you’re a bit frugal, a 3-day battery performance is very much possible. Oh yes, the battery is that amazing!

The best attribute about the battery is the fact that it tops up pretty much fast. An hour’s charge can give you 80% … Unquestionably, you have a battery that matches every other aspect of the phone.


The Note 4 has a 13MP rear camera featuring a dual-tone LED flash.

With the camera, you can do many fun things such as smile and gesture shot.

It’s picture-in-picture mode fires both the back and front cameras with Snapchat-like masks.

You can also look forward to the pro-mode, which packs ISO settings, white balance, and medium formatting (MF).

Shooting modes such as HDR and panorama are all part of the wonderful camera experience.

Both cameras on the device are capable of recording 1080p.

The front camera is 8MP with single LED flash. As long as you position the beauty slider to level zero, you can rest assured of getting crisp and social media friendly images.


Everything on the Note 4 runs leaner courtesy of the octa-core Mediatek MT6753 processor coupled with impressive speeds of 1.3 GHz.

The phone is paired with a 2GB worth of RAM. It’s actually the same CPU present in the Note 3.

Apps install faster compared to other gadgets in its league such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X.

Additionally, applications launch pretty much faster. While many reviewers would have wished for an upgrade of the internals, the provisions of the phone justify the utmost need to recycle CPU from its predecessor the Note 3.

Fortunately, even with that, you’ll still manage to play games that don’t need much oomph from ARM Mali™ -T720 GPU.

The general navigation around its user interface is satisfying.

The manufacturers haven’t touched the app switcher apart from equipping with it a memory boost button, which keeps its RAM in check.

You shouldn’t hit it since unused Ram is definitely wasted RAM. The RAM can effortlessly accommodate your apps if you’re a serious multi-tasker.

Special features

Some of the most notable special features you can expect on the Infinix Note 4 include:

  • Fingerprint reader
  • Customized OS
  • Spacious internal storage
  • Comes in an array of colors black, blue, champagne gold
  • A host of bundled apps
  • The X-Pen: A stylus that will be used to write on your device screen as it obtains on the Samsung Note series.


Below is a summary of Infinix Note 4 specs:

  • Platform: Android 7.0 (Nougat) + XOS 2.2
  • Processor: 64-bit Octa-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A53 MediaTek MT6753
  • Memory: 2 GB/ 3 GB RAM
  • Dimensions: 159 x 78.8 x 8.4 mm
  • Colors: Champagne Gold, Milan Black, Ice Blue
  • Built-in Storage: 16GB / 32GB Storage
  • Rear Camera: 13 MP Camera, Video
  • Rear Camera Features: up to 3264 x 2448-pixel pictures, HDR, autofocus with LED flash
  • Front Camera: 8 MP Camera
  • Display: 5.7 inches 2.5D IPS Touch Display
  • Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • SIM Count: Dual SIM, Dual Standby
  • Accelerometer: Yes
  • Proximity Sensor: Yes
  • Light Sensor: Yes
  • Fingerprint Scanner: Yes, located in the home button
  • Battery: 4300 mAh Li-ion Battery
  • Network: 2G, 3G HSDPA 900, 4G, 4G LTE
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot, microUSB v2.0, GPS
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth v4


What’s the essence of a great device when it isn’t affordable. Many customers and enthusiast are concerned that the premium look of this device will translate into something really expensive.

Here’s a list detailing how much Infinix Mobility charged for its previous devices:

¥          Note 1 – N22000

¥          Note 2 – N35000

¥          Note 3 – N64000

¥          Note 3 Pro – N78,000

¥          Note 4 – ???

On this note, we are pleased to announce that Infinix Note 4 Price in Kenya ranges from KSh 16,499 to KSh 18,499.

  • Note 4 (2GB / 16GB) – KSh 16,499
  • Note 4 (3GB / 32GB) – KSh 18,499
  • Note 4 Pro – KSh 19,577


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Infinix Mobility has successfully launched another great smartphone which we hope can fill the shoes of its predecessor.

The great thing is that Infinix Note 4 price in Kenya is cheap and affordable. And that’s why many customers will go for this device.

Customers now have the opportunity to have premium features that would have been available only on high-end smartphones at a quarter of the price.