Announcement. INOI Note 12 is a budget flagship with a…

INOI company, which is famous for the fact thatproduces well, very, very budget solutions, I decided to release something more interesting for a change. If I'm not mistaken, the INOI Note 12 smartphone is their flagship.

I say right away that I do not have reinforced concreteconfidence that all the characteristics given in this news are one hundred percent correct. "Others" - they are still confused. Suffice it to say that the year of the announcement of this smartphone is indicated in the specification as 2021, i.e. year last. From which we are already separated by almost six months.

Characteristics…Pre-modern middle classstill do not hold up. The chipset is Unisoc Tiger T310, so there will be 130-150 thousand points in AnTuTu. With RAM, everything is fine - its 4 GB. With permanent memory, in general, everything is just fine - it is already 128 GB. Plus there is support for memory cards.

The screen is huge, almost seven inches. 6.95″ (115 cm²). The resolution is rather low, only 720×1640 (258 ppi). There is no need to dream of an increased refresh rate.

The battery is capacious, 5500 mAh. There is no information about the charging speed.

The set of cameras is the simplest. Front - 8 MP. The main rear - 13 MP. Rear, like, three pieces. But what the other two are is not clear.

It seems to have an NFC module. The fingerprint scanner is not mentioned in the description. If it is, it is located clearly on the side.

Judging by the pictures, there is no standard audio output.

How much INOI Note 12 will cost is not yet clear.

Key Features of INOI Note 12:

ScreenS-IPS, 6.95″, 720×1640, 258 ppi, 115 cm², capacitive multi-touch
IronUnisoc Tiger T310
2 GHz, 1 x Cortex-A75, 3 x Cortex-A55, PowerVR GT7200
Memory 4 GB RAM, 128 GB ROM, Micro-SD up to 128 GB
Mobile Internet LTE
Mobile networksLTE Bands 1,3,7,20
Li-Pol battery, 5500 mAh
Rear Camera: Triple, Flash, Auto Focus

- 13 MP

- 2 MP

- ?? MP
front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus
Navigation GPS
OSAndroid 11
NFC sensors
USBType-C v2.0

George Kiselyov