- Infinix Note 8 specs appear on the FCC certification
- The phone is listed with a 64MP quad-camera setup, 6GB RAM, and 5,100mAh battery
- Infinix Note 8 is also expected to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC
Infinix Note 8 specifications, including camera, battery, RAM, and storage, have been spotted on the FCC certification website. The smartphone is expected to succeed the Infinix Note 7 and was recently discovered on the NBTC certification and Geekbench. MySmartPrice has now discovered the Infinix Note 8 on the FCC certification site. The schematic images from the listing show it will have a quad-camera setup at the back arranged in a rectangular module at the top-left corner. The volume rocker and power button are on the right side. However, the FCC images don’t reveal the front design of the phone.
According to the listing, Infinix Note 8 specifications will include a 64MP quad-camera setup, a large 5,100mAh battery, 18W fast-charging support, 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity. The Infinix Note 8 will be available in 6GB + 128GB storage configuration, but we’re hoping there might be other variants as well at launch. It measures 175mm x 79mm x 9mm. A previous Geekbench listing revealed the phone will be powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 SoC and run Android 10 OS, probably with a custom layer on top. The phone has managed to score 373 in the single-core and 1,295 in the multi-core tests, respectively.
That’s everything we know about the Infinix Note 8 at the moment, but since the phone is bagging all the required certifications, the launch should be around the corner. We should learn more details about the phone soon. Stick around.