Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro Make a Splash on GPC; Confirm Android 14 & Helio G99

Sohail Akhtar

Infinix is stirring up the smartphone arena with its upcoming Note series. The long-awaited Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro have recently appeared on the Google Play Console platform, offering enthusiasts a quick look into both their spec sheets and designs.

The Google Play Console listings have spilled the beans on some exciting details. The base Note 40, following its previous certifications, carries the model number X6853. Meanwhile, the Pro variant had already earned its stripes with NBTC and Bluetooth SIG certifications, showcasing the X6850 serial code with Bluetooth 5.3 support.

One exciting revelation is that both models in the Infinix Note 40 series will debut with the latest Android 14 operating system right out of the box, promising users a taste of the latest Google software features.

Under the hood, the Infinix Note latest mobiles feature the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, offering a smooth and reliable performance. The chipset is crafted on the efficient 6nm process and provides 4G connectivity. Complementing its processor, users can expect multiple variants with at least one supporting 8GB of RAM.

The display is another focal point, as both devices flaunt 2436 x 1080 pixels resolution and an impressive pixel density of 480 PPI. Renderings shared on the Google Play Console indicate a sleek center-aligned punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera.

The design details emerge further, showcasing volume rockers and a power button on the right side, while the rear panel houses a triple-camera setup. An additional nugget of information comes from the FCC, confirming the support for 5W wireless charging for the vanilla Note 40.

Moreover, the FCC documents unveil the U450XSB model number, affirming 45W wired fast charging capability. The Note 40 will likely boast a slim 8mm body, adding to its aesthetic appeal. With these impressive stats, the Infinix Note 40 series may significantly impact the smartphone arena.


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