When it comes to smartphone screen size, there’s been a clear trend towards large-screen mobile phones for both business and personal use in recent years.

These large screen devices allow individuals to do more, expand their usage beyond typical smartphone applications and with the advent of artificial intelligence gradually being integrated into every sphere of the smartphone industry, our most unfathomable wishes are becoming reality right before our very eyes.

Despite the prospects of A.I, only a handful of smartphone brands have been able to inculcate artificial intelligence-driven solutions, with the promise of boosting efficiencies and simplifying strenuous daily activities through automation. One of them is Infinix Mobility.

Well, that popped up from nowhere. You must wonder what Infinix Mobility has done to warrant such a bold mention in this write-up. You definitely need to continue reading

One of Africa’s leading smartphone makers, Infinix Mobility recently released a flagship smartphone under its Note series at a lavish event on the 28th of June 2018 within the premises of Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria. There and then, the mobile powerhouse known as the Infinix Note 5 was unleashed.

Meet the futuristic smartphone, Infinix Note 5

Upon first impression, seeing the device reveling in its sleek design that is composed of a curved back cover and the front 2.5D glass and a metallic print made up of composite board, a perfect blend of curiosity & anxiety is quickly formed. Going on to peruse the camera and screen display output on the device, the mindset then transcends into total awe.

The Note 5 camera isn’t your average smartphone camera. Its supported by Artificial intelligence. Both the front-facing and rear cameras are supported by A.I. Did I just hear you ask how this is possible?

The A.I camera recognizes the user’s environment within milliseconds, the best various light shades and automatically picks the best settings for high-quality images, high-quality images that will be propelled on a 6.0FHD+ screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio which is genuinely magnificent. Also, not forgetting the Smart Screen feature that automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen according to the lighting effects of the user’s environment to improve readability.

Not just that but the Infinix Note 5 also comes with 4G LTE connectivity, 4500mAh battery with 3A quick charge, 3GB RAM/32GB ROM while the pro variant is characterized with 4GB RAM/64GB ROM, runs on the new age Google Android One 8.1 OS and so much more. The Note 5 is an all-around intelligent masterpiece.

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