The Infinix Note 10 Pro appeared in a leaked render last month, and we also saw a couple of its live images a few days ago, which revealed its design and two color options. Today we learn the smartphone will be introduced on May 13.
This revelation comes from Infinix’s Pakistan branch, which confirmed the Note 10 Pro will be up for pre-orders in the Asian country from May 16, with sales commencing two days later.
The company also shows us the Note 10 Pro in a previously unseen Black color, but unlike the other two variants, this one has a two-tone design.
Infinix hasn’t shared the specs sheet of the Note 10 Pro yet, but the smartphone’s Google Play Console and FCC listings revealed it will come with 8GB RAM, Android 11, 256GB storage, 33W charging, and a 1080p display. This is likely an LCD panel since the Note 10 Pro features a side-mounted fingerprint reader.
Google Play Console listing also includes the Helio G90 SoC, however, there are rumors the Note 10 Pro will come with G90T or G95. Hopefully, we’ll have more clarity about the chipset as we inch closer to the Note 10 Pro’s announcement.