The Note 8 has a 6.95″ 720×1640 LCD touchscreen with a dual hole-punch cutout for a 16 MP selfie camera and a depth sensor next to it. On the rear there’s a 64 MP main shooter, aided by a 2 MP macro cam, a 2 MP depth sensor, and another 2 MP “AI Lens” which feels like it’s there just to fill the space. All of this is topped off with a quad-LED flash.
The phone has 6GB of RAM an 128GB of expandable storage, as well as a 5,200 mAh battery that charges at 18W. It runs Android 10 and will be available in gray, blue, and green.
The Infinix Note 8i, on the other hand, has a slightly smaller 6.78-inch LCD screen with the same resolution, and it loses the secondary selfie cam (while the primary is downgraded to 8 MP), and swaps out the 64 MP main rear sensor for a 48 MP unit. Otherwise, everything else seems to be identical between the two, down to the color versions.