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Infinix Note 10 Pro’s FCC certification leaks design and key details



Last year in October, Infinix announced the Infinix Note 8 and Infinix Note 8i smartphones in Kenya. Fresh information reveals that the company could be working on the launch of the Infinix Note 10 series as the successor model. Its arrival could be drawing near as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved the Infinix Note 10 Pro smartphone.

It has been found through IMEI listing that the newly spotted Infinix phone with model number X695 could be arriving in the market as the Infinix Note 10 Pro. It seems that the company may have decided to skip the Note 9 branding for its next series of smartphones.


The Infinix Note 10 Pro’s FCC certification reveals that it carries support for dual-band Wi-Fi, and it may ship with a charger that offers 33W fast charging. The listing also suggests that the device may arrive with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of built-in storage.

A schematic of the phone’s rear shell is also available in the FCC documents of the Infinix Note 10 Pro. It reveals that the back panel has a large-sized camera array that includes four cameras and an LED flash. The handset also seems to feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Its other details are currently under wraps. The FCC certification suggests that it may not long for the Note 10 Pro to go official.

The Infinix Note 8 came with specs like a 6.95-inch HD+ display, Helio G80 chipset, 64-megapixel quad cameras, a 16-megapixel dual-camera setup, and a 5,200mAh battery with 18W fast charging. It remains to be seen whether the Note 10 Pro offers users a large-sized screen, a huge battery, and a dual selfie camera setup.

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