Infinix, the renowned smartphone manufacturer, has taken the tech world by storm with the recent introduction of their latest phone lineup. The Infinix Note 30 series, consisting of the Note 30, Note 30 5G, and Note 30 Pro, has been officially unveiled on the company’s website.
A standout feature of these devices is the revolutionary All-Round FastCharge technology. Which promises lightning-fast charging capabilities for both wired and wireless charging within the Infinix ecosystem.
Infinix promises that the entire Note 30 series will be priced below $300, without disclosing specific pricing details. Remarkably, the most budget-friendly option, the Infinix Note 30, will be available for an incredibly affordable price of just $230.
Infinix Note 30
The series’ regular variant comes with an 8 GB RAM and Helio G99 chipset. A 6.78-inch LCD screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a 240 Hz touch sampling rate, and a tiny punch hole housing the 16 MP selfie camera are located on the front of the device. The device’s 64 MP main camera, which is located on the rear, has an OmniVision OV64B sensor, an f/1.7 aperture, and a 6P lens. There is also a 2 MP camera and an AI camera with an unknown resolution.
A 5,000 mAh battery is available, and it supports both reverse wired charging and 45W fast wired charging so you may charge additional devices. Android 13 is automatically booted up on the phone.
Magic Black, Interstellar Blue, and Sunset Gold are just a few of the colour options available for the Note 30. Sunset Gold features an orange tone with tasteful golden highlights. There are two memory options available to users: 128 GB and 256 GB.
Infinix Note 30 5G
The Infinix Note 30 5G has the same 6.78′′ LCD with a 120 Hz refresh rate as its LTE cousin and is powered by a Mediatek Dimensity 6080 chipset. The 5G variant’s RAM options are 4 GB or 8 GB, while the storage options are unaffected.
Infinix only upgraded the primary camera in the 5G edition when it came to camera improvements. Samsung’s 108 MP ISOCELL HM6 sensor with an f/1.75 aperture is present in the Note 30 5G. However, the 2 MP and AI Cam combination is still present, and the punch-hole selfie camera still has a 16 MP sensor.
The two auxiliary cameras are now housed inside the same circular module, changing the overall camera design.
Infinix Note 30 Pro
Despite only supporting LTE and using a Helio G99 chipset, the Infinix Note 30 Pro outperforms the other two devices. It has a number of interesting features, including 68W charging, the ability to reverse charge, wireless charging, and reverse wireless charging.
The Note 30 Pro has a 108 MP main sensor for its camera arrangement, albeit the difference might not be immediately noticeable. However, the 32 MP sensor and front-facing flash of the selfie camera represent a significant improvement.
To efficiently control thermal performance, Infinix has included a vapour chamber cooling system to the Note 30 Pro that consists of 10 layers of cooling material spanning a total area of 2,000 sq.mm.
- Chipset: MediaTek Helio G99
- CPU: Octa-core (2×2.2 GHz Cortex-A76 & 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55
- GPU: Mali G57 MC2
- OS: Android 13, XOS 13
- Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE
- Display: 900 nits peak brightness, 1080 x 2460 resolution, 120 Hz, and 6.78-inch AMOLED
- RAM: 8 GB
- Internal: 128 GB, 256 GB
- Card slot: yes
- Rear (Quad): 108 MP, (wide), PDAF
2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)
- Rear (Quad): 108 MP, (wide), PDAF
- Colors: Magic Black, Variable Gold
- Fingerprint sensor: Side-mounted
- Battery: 5,000 mAh, 68W wired charging, wireless charging, reverse wireless
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