Lazada Philippines and Infinix Mobility has just showed us the Infinix Note 2 at an unboxing event. We were able to get a hands on with the device itself earlier today. Infinix Mobility is a Hong Kong based smartphone maker. It now has presence in China, Middle East, some areas in Europe and Africa. The company now wants to enter our competitive smartphone market. Infinix Note 2: 1.3GHz octa core Mediatek MT6753 processor [*=left]Mali T720 graphics [*=left]2GB RAM [*=left]16GB internal memory expandable via MicroSD [*=left]5.98-inch HD IPS LCD display (1280 x 720 pixels) [*=left]13 megapixel rear facing camera with autofocus and LED flash [*=left]5 megapixel front facing camera [*=left]Dual SIM, Dual Standby [*=left]4G/LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth [*=left]GPS, A-GPS [*=left]4,000 mAh battery [*=left]Android 6.0 Marshmallow [*=left]SRP: P5,999 [*=left]Status: Available on June 29 via online store Lazada At first glance, the Infinix Note 2 shares some resemblance with the Huawei Mate 8. Every angle we take it does look like the Mate 8. We just notice that the Infinix Note 2 is a little thicker and somewhat heavier. So far Infinix has managed to trim down the bezels making it smaller than ordinary 6-inch displays. The 6-inch display is in HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. It may be low but for its price range we find it very decent with good viewing angles and good outdoor visibility. Overall performance was pretty smooth and XUI (the Infinix custom UI over Android) holds up to every tasks. It doesn’t have any app drawer but there is an app drawer of sorts that is arranged alphabetically. So far we are very impressed with the Infinix Note 2’s performance and overall build quality. It has a big battery with fast charging capabilities which is very great. We will be having a more extensive review of the Infinix Note 2 in the coming days. Stay tuned. 383 total views, 383 views today The post Infinix Note 2 Hands On and First Impressions appeared first on FILIPINO TECH ADDICT.