Infinix Note 40 5G will Soon Join the Existing Family with Dimensity 7020 and 8GB RAM

Usama Rasool

Infinix is preparing a fifth device to join the ranks of its recently released Note 40 Lineup. With the Note 40 Pro Plus, Note 40 Pro, Note 40 Pro 4G, and Note 40 already available for retail in global markets, the Infinix Note 40 5G will make an apt addition to the series bearing Dimensity 7020 chipset.

After numerous certifications from FCC, Wi-Fi Alliance, and BIS, the newcomer has now appeared on Google Play Console’s listing. Among the details covered by GPC is the SoC model number, indicating a 5G-enabled chipset at the phone’s hull. It uses MediaTek’s Dimensity 7020, as confirmed earlier by a Geekbench sighting for the device.

You can find the Note 40 Pro 5G on the Geekbench database under the model name ‘X6852.’ Its scorecard contains system specs and performance points. Compared to the vanilla Note 40 4G with Helio G99 ultimate, the Note 40 5G  offers a significant bump in terms of performance. 

On its single-core, the latest Infinix 5G model manages 802 points and hits 2032 points on peak multi-core tests. Compared to the 595 and 1782 scores of its sibling, you’ll note a slight decline. To keep the Note 40 5G up to mark, the company will provide 8GB of memory and XOS 14, based on Android 14.

The rest of the specs remain unconfirmed, but the Google Play console listing has more to say. We’re looking at a 1080x2436 screen with a Full HD resolution and 480ppi pixel density. The listing also verifies 8GB RAM and Android 14 out of the box.

Note 40 5G’s camera system uses three lenses. And of course a 4th camera on the front housed inside a hole-punch. The phone is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery. The rest of its details aren’t available at the moment but they will eventually as the launch draws near.


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