Infinix Note 40 Series Enters Pakistan; All-Round FastCharge 2.0, Active Halo Light, 108MP Cameras

Usama Rasool

Infinix has kicked off the year with a bang by introducing two new variants in its Note series lineup in Pakistan. The Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro are packed with impressive features, catering to users who prioritize smartphone performance and functionality. Let's dive into these new devices to see what they offer.

Infinix Note 40 Pro

The Note 40 Pro distinguishes itself with its potent specifications and sleek design. While it forgoes 5G connectivity in using only the Helio G99 Ultimate chipset, it compensates with an ample 12GB of physical RAM and an additional 12GB of virtual RAM. It remains a smooth multitasker and efficient performer for users.

One standout feature of the Note 40 Pro is its fast charging capabilities. The company has outfitted both its newcomers with All-round Fast Charge Tech 2.0. With 70W wired charging and 20W MagKit charging, users can top up their devices quickly. 

Paired with a 5,000mAh battery, the Note 40 Pro offers long-lasting power for extended usage. For photography, this device doesn’t hold back and uses a primary 108MP OIS camera for standard and 3X in-sensor zoom for portrait shots. On the front, it has a 32MP sharp-res selfie snapper.  

The device excels at visuals, boasting a stunning 6.78-inch 120Hz display with curved edges and Gorilla Glass protection. Additionally, it offers improved dust and water resistance with an IP54 rating, providing added durability and peace of mind. Available in Vintage Green and Titan Gold color options, the Note 40 Pro retails in Pakistan at Rs 69,999.

Infinix Note 40

While lacking the "Pro" designation, the Infinix Note 40 covers the basics perfectly with its impressive specifications and flat-edge design. Featuring a flat 6.78-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display, the Note 40 offers a nearly bezel-less screen and an immersive user experience on par with flagships.

Powered by the Helio G99 Ultimate chipset and equipped with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, the Note 40 delivers reliable performance for everyday tasks and multitasking. The device features a 108MP primary camera with a 1/1.52” ISOCELL sensor, capturing stunning photos and videos with exceptional clarity and detail.

The standard Note 40 keeps the MagKit wireless charging but drops down the wired charging to 45W. The battery capacity remains similar at 5000mAh. Both Note series phones have Active Halo Light, bypass charging 2.0, and an IP54 rating. Retailing at Rs 54,999, the Note 40 offers exceptional value for money.


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