Infinix has secretly launched new devices dubbed as the Note 30, Note 30 5G, and Note 30 Pro. The three devices supports Fast Charge technology, bringing high-rate charging, both wired and wireless, to the family.
Lets look at them from the highest to the lowest beginning from the Note 30 Pro, Note 30 5G, and the Note 30.
Infinix Note 30 Pro
This device comes with an AMOLED screen with 120 Hz refresh rate and 360 Hz touch sampling rate. The smartphone has a 108 MP main camera, which doesn’t sound like an improvement, but the selfie cam has a 32 MP sensor, and there is a front-facing flash too.
Infinix equipped the Note 30 Pro with a vapor chamber for cooling, which includes 10 layers of cooling material to reach a total area of 2,000 sq.mm.
However, the Note 30 Pro is an LTE only device, it is not 5G supported, and it comes with 68W charging, reverse charging and even wireless and reverse wireless. We are still expecting more details from the company.
Infinix Note 30
The Note 30 on the other hand features a 6.78” LCD with a 120 Hz refresh rate, 240 Hz touch sampling rate, and a punch hole for the 16 MP selfie camera. It is housed by a Helio G99 chipset and 8 GB RAM.
The back comes with a 64 MP main camera with OmniVision OV64B sensor and an f/1.7 aperture of the 6P lens in front. Alongside it are a 2MP and AI Cam of unknown resolution, but odds are neither of those contributes much.
It is housed by a 5000mAh battery capacity with support for 45W charging. The smartphone also offers reverse wired charging, and the whole technology supports PD 3.0. Other features includes: dual speakers, developed by JBL. Other neat specs include Android 13 out of the box, NFC, a 3.5 mm audio jack and a tray for a micro SD card.
Infinix Note 30 5G
The device features a 6.78” LCD with 120 Hz refresh rate, comes with a Mediatek Dimensity 6080 chipset, 4 GB or 8 GB RAM option and 128 GB or 256 GB onboard storage.
The Note 30 5G has a 108 MP ISOCELL HM6 sensor by Samsung with f/1.75 aperture in front. The 2 MP and AI Cam combo is retained and the selfie shooter inside the punch hole still has a 16 MP sensor.
It is housed by a 5000mAh with 45W charging, but here the charging is done at 10V/4.5A, which suggests a different architecture to the Note 30, which charges at 9V/5A.
Other highlights include NFC, FM Radio, and JBL dual speakers. Color options are once again Blue, Black, and Sunset Gold, which is actually orange with golden elements.
Pricing and Availability
Infinix has not given details about the pricing, but the company confirmed that the three phones will cost under $300, while the cheapest of them – the Note 30 will be just $230.
We’ll update this post once we get more details about the three smartphones.