Infinix Note 10 Pro Price And Review In Pakistan

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Muhammad Akmal

Here’s The Infinix Note 10 Pro Price And Review In Pakistan

INFINIX NOTE 10 PRO price in Pakistan




INFINIX NOTE 10 PRO price in Pakistan


256GB Storage

Rs. 36,999


128GB Storage

Rs. 32,999


The Infinix Note 10 Pro is an all-rounder smartphone coming at an affordable price point. If you're looking for a device that can handle your high-graphics game and also serve you with excellent camera performance, exceptional battery life, and more, then the Infinix Note 10 Pro is worth your money.

Currently, only the Infinix Note 10 Pro has been launched in Pakistan. There’s no note on if the vanilla Infinix Note 10 is going to be available anytime soon. However, the good news is you can buy the Infinix Note 10 Pro at any retail store near you.

Here’s the price comparison between various variants of the device. 

INFINIX NOTE 10 PRO Specifications




Glass front, plastic frame, plastic back wiwth matte finish


6.85” FHD+ IPS display

1080 x 2460px

90Hz reresh rate


MediaTek Helio G95

Mali-G76 GPU

RAM & Storage

8GB + 128GB

8GB + 256GB

UFS 2.2 storage type

Expandable up to 2T

Rear Cameras

64MP (primary)

8MP (ultra wide)

2MP (depth)

2MP (monochrome)


Quad-LED flash

Video: 4K@30fps


Selfie Camera    



Dual-LED flash

Video: 4K@30fps



33W Fast Charge



Face Unlock

Fingerprint (side-mounted)


Android 11

XOS 7.6

Network & Connectivity


Bluetooth 5.0



Infinix Note 10 Pro launch date in Pakistan

May 2021


The new Infinix Note 10 Pro is a sign that Infinix no longer lives in its comfort zone. The device is the latest and greatest Infinix smartphone you can purchase in Pakistan today. It serves you with top of the line mid-range specifications and features at a modest price. If you're here looking for the Infinix Note 10 Pro price in Pakistan today, you're on the right page.

Here, we’ll tell you how much this phone costs in Pakistan and everything you need to know before getting one for yourself. Fortunately, the Infinix Note 10 Pro comes with mind-blowing features that make it worth its price. You get the almighty MediaTek Helio G95 gaming chipset, a large display that refreshes at 90Hz, a powerful battery that wastes no time to recharge, a glamorous design that attracts no fingerprint, and many more.

Design & Display

The build and looks are where the Infinix Note 10 Pro shines first. Of course, that's the part you'll be feeling in your hands all day, and Infinix won't let you down here. Finally! The Infinix Note 10 Pro comes with a matte finish—a feature many users have been requesting for all this while.

Well, that means you can use the phone extensively without having to wipe its back frequently. The matte finish does a good job of hiding the fingerprints and smudges. Besides that, the overall look of the phone is satisfying. You get up to three stunning colours to pick from, but we like the "Nordic Secret" colour more.

The rear of the Infinix Note 10 Pro carries a rectangular-shaped camera layout and a simple branding. Like its predecessor, you get the fingerprint sensor on top of the power button, which makes unlocking the device straightforward and faster. And thankfully, the Infinix Note 10 Pro still comes with the 3.5mm audio jack for wired headphones.

You also get a dual-stereo speaker on the device. It's turned with DTS to give you an immersive, loud, and cinematic-like audio experience.


Flipping the phone to the front shows the immersive 6.95" FHD+ display that refreshes at 90Hz. There are three major things we like about the Note 10 Pro's display: the centred punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera, the Full HD+ screen resolution, and the 90Hz refresh rate.

Undeniably, this display makes the perfect combo for doing everything. From viewing general content to playing your favourite HD games and more, the device serves as your all-in-one entertainment box.

Thanks to the 90Hz refresh rate, navigating through the UI and your apps feels smooth and impressive enough to keep you navigating through the device all day.


Once again, the Infinix Note 10 Pro packs the most compelling hardware on an Infinix device right now. And beyond that, it outperforms some of its counterparts. This device is powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset and supported by the Mali G76 GPU.

Continually, you get up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage. That's a massive memory and storage for such a device. Be ready to store various files as much as you want. And thanks to its UFS 2.2 storage type - everything should feel snappy on the device.

Like every other Infinix device, Infinix is yet to ditch the micro-SD card support for this device, and we love it. While 256GB is plenty for most people, you can go beyond that. You can add up to 2T of external storage on this device.

To say a little, the Infinix Note 10 Pro runs the latest Android 11 with Infinix own skin, XOS 7.6. In terms of features, you get major Android 11 features and the perks Infinix wants you to enjoy on XOS.


Battery life is exceptional too. And this time, not just with a large battery, but fast charging capability as well. The Inifnix Note 10 Pro is powered by a huge 5000mAh battery. And with the power-efficient chipset and Infinix’s Power Marathon tech, the device won’t let you down in its battery life.

It also gets interesting when it's time to recharge. The device comes with a 33W fast charging support. Infinix officially called this "33W Safe & Flash Charge", annotating you can charge the Infinix Note 10 Pro faster while still preserving its battery health.


The Infinix Note 10 Pro features a 64MP quad-rear camera with quad-LED flash and a single 16MP AI selfie camera on the front.

As expected, the 64MP primary camera takes great shots with good details and colour reproduction. Initially, Infinix named the Note 10 Pro's camera as "Ultra Night Camera", meaning they have improved it to take better night shots. And you should see the improvements normally, and when you turn to the dedicated Night Mode in the camera app.

Thankfully, Infinix added an ultrawide and monochrome lens here as an upgrade to what we're used to on Infinix and mid-range devices generally. The 8MP ultra-wide lens lets you capture a wider field of view, while the 2MP monochrome sensor gives you rich black and white photos.

For video recording, the device supports up to 4K@30fps on both the front and rear cameras. You get plenty of modes to shoot from. More so, you get electronic image stabilization on the device to give you less-shaky footage.