Infinix Note 30 Series Unveiled Via Listings; 120Hz Screens, High-end SoCs, All-round FastCharging

Sohail Akhtar

Once again, Infinix steals the spotlight with its resounding Note 30 lineup, anticipated for months among the global audience. The latest Chinese trifecta includes Note 30, Note 30 5G, and Note 30 Pro devices mounted with All-round FastCharge Tech. Infinix has officially listed all these devices on its website to share details about their specs. Let’s see what they pack inside.

Infinix Note 30

Powered by an outclass Helio G99 chipset, the new Vanilla Note 30 boasts a generous 8 GB of RAM, followed by 128-256GB of internal storage. Users can choose from different accents, such as Magic Black, Interstellar Blue, and Sunset Gold (a blend of orange with golden shades).

Its front showcases a sizable 6.78-inch IPS LCD, graced with a smooth 120 Hz refresh rate and a responsive 240 Hz touch sampling rate. Moreover, the screen incorporates a discreet punch hole, housing a 16 MP selfie camera.

On the rearing end, the new Note phone includes an enlarged mesh,  encompassing a primary 64 MP OmniVision OV64B sensor. Accompanying the alpha lens are a 2MP depth camera and an AI lens with an undisclosed resolution.

The standout feature of the Infinix Note 30 lies in its 45W charging capability, designed to recharge a 5,000 mAh battery quickly. The company ensures users that the battery has been rigorously tested for 1,000 cycles, surpassing the industry's standard by an impressive 25%. 

Infinix Note 30 5G

In most of the stats, the 5G version of Note 30 follows the LTE variant. Such as the 6.67-inch IPS screen boasting a 120Hz refresh rate and an FHD+ resolution. The storage options include 128-256GB of memory, and the battery pack remains 5000mAh backed by 45W charging.

Note 30 5G marks an upgrade when it comes to SoC. The phone has Dimensity 6080 engine inside, which is 5G-enabled and has better GPU and CPU performance. Instead of offering a single 8GB RAM, the phone also includes a budget 4GB RAM option. 

The 5G variant of Note 30 brings another notable advantage, specifically in photography. Featuring a remarkable 108MP ISOCELL HM6 sensor, the primary camera on Note 30 5G captures images and videos with enhanced clarity and an abundance of crisp details. As for its selfie camera and secondary shooters — they remain comparable to those found in the non-5G counterpart.

Infinix Note 30 Pro

Leading the pack is the Infinix Note 30 Pro. The phone isn’t at the highest rank for its performance but for its charging capabilities. Equipped with 68W charging, the phone sets a new standard in its price segment, offering not only the reverse charging option but also wireless and reverse wireless charging.

Enhancing the visual experience, the Note 30 Pro features an upgraded screen with an AMOLED panel, a smooth 120 Hz refresh rate, and an ultra-responsive 360 Hz touch sampling rate.

While its primary camera includes the same 108MP sensor, the phone enhances its selfie shooter to a 32MP sensor. The bonus addition to this device is its front-facing flash. The Pro variant also sports a vapor chamber for cooling. 

Infinix Note 30 Pro elevates the audio experience with dual JBL speakers, delivering immersive sound quality. It also offers the convenience of NFC functionality and retains the coveted 3.5 mm audio jack, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of audio devices. We are yet to receive word about the pricing and availability of all three devices. We expect the details to emerge soon. 


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