Infinix Note 40 Pro Specifications Revealed in the FCC Listing Ahead of Launch

Sohail Akhtar

As the launch date for the Infinix Note 40 Series approaches, some hidden details about the Infinix Note 40 Pro have emerged, thanks to its appearance on FCC (Federal Communications Commission). As expected, the oncoming Note lineup includes the Infinix Note 40 and the more advanced Note 40 Pro.

According to the FCC listing, the Infinix Note 40 Pro will likely offer a storage capacity of 256GB paired with a maximum of 12GB RAM, suggesting the existence of other potential storage configurations. The smartphone, designed for 4G connectivity, will be available in the Vintage Green color option and will feature a 70W fast-charging adapter. 

Notably, the Infinix latest Note model will also support 5W wireless charging — a feature unheard of in the mid-range segment. In terms of dimensions, the phone measures 165mm x 76mm x 8mm, the standard size for a budget smartphone.

Connectivity features include support for WiFi across multiple bands, Bluetooth, and NFC. The comprehensive details provided by the FCC listing give users insights into the Infinix Note 40 Pro's specifications, boosting anticipation for its upcoming release.

Recent sightings of the Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro on the Google Play Console indicate that the phones will run on the Android 14 operating system. Energizing these newcomers is a MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, offering an excellent option for users seeking performance and affordability. The Infinix Note 40 may debut with 8GB of RAM, while the Pro variant will feature a more robust 12GB RAM.

For display, the Infinix Note 40 slays with a 2436 x 1080 pixel screen panel, boasting a density of 480 DPI. Unlike its Pro counterpart, the vanilla Infinix Note 40 will support 45W fast charging, a more suitable configuration for a non-Pro device.


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