Infinix is Set to Launch The Fastest Charging Smartphone – Note 40 Series

In a grand global unveiling set for March 18 at the Sepang International Circuit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Infinix is gearing up to introduce its eagerly awaited Note 40 series. Encouraging enthusiasts to “embrace the speed,” the company appears to be emphasizing the charging velocity of its upcoming flagship devices.

The Note 40 series is poised to redefine Infinix’s charging capabilities, marking a significant leap forward. This assertion gains credibility with the revelation of the Note 40 Pro+ 5G’s retail box, a move made by Infinix itself. While certain details are deliberately obscured, it’s evident that the charging prowess is remarkable, possibly reaching 100W or even 200W.

Infinix 40 Pro

If achieved, this would represent the fastest charging capability ever witnessed in an Infinix device. Adding to the excitement, the Note 40 Pro+ is set to feature Wireless MagCharge, akin to Infinix’s take on Apple’s MagSafe, supporting up to 110W wireless charging. However, it seems the Pro+ variant might not reach the full potential, as a single digit appears to be absent in the provided image.

A tantalizing glimpse into the retail box hints at the possibility of the Note 40 Pro+ boasting curved screen sides, enhancing the overall aesthetic and functionality. Infinix is committed to delivering a flagship phone experience with the Note 40 Pro+ 5G, promising users an elevated smartphone encounter.

Accompanying the flagship Pro+ variant, Infinix is set to unveil the Note 40, Note 40 Pro, and Note 40 Pro 5G, as indicated by certification details in Indonesia. Speculations suggest that the Note 40 Pro 5G may follow the footsteps of its sibling, featuring a robust 5,000 mAh battery.

For enthusiasts opting for the 4G-only Note 40 Pro, the device will be powered by MediaTek’s Helio G99 SoC, complemented by up to 8GB of RAM, according to insights from the Google Play Console. Set to run on Android 14 from its inception, the device boasts an FHD+ resolution screen with a pixel density of 480 ppi. The FCC has disclosed that this model will support 70W wired charging, further adding to the diverse offerings within the Note 40 series.


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