Infinix Note 40 Series Teased with an Innovative Active Halo Light Feature

Usama Rasool

Infinix is gearing up for the global launch of its mid-range Note 40 series, scheduled for debut on March 18 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The lineup is poised to introduce a range of devices, including the Note 40, Note 40 Pro, Note 40 Pro 5G, and Note 40 Pro Plus 5G.

Before the official unveiling, Infinix teased a captivating feature for the devices dubbed "Active Halo." It combines voice commands with AI-driven lighting effects, giving users a unique and interactive experience while using the device.

Active Halo responds to triggers such as incoming calls, notifications, music playback, charging, gaming, and even interactions with the "Hi Folax" Voice Assistant. Beyond serving as a notification and charging indicator, it adds an element of fun and engagement to device interactions. 

Users can choose from three customizable lighting effects: Lively, Rhythmic, and AI, tailoring the experience to their preferences. Moreover, the Infinix Note New Models might incorporate a Cheetah X1 chip, enhancing power management for the AllRound FastCharge 2.0 technology. 

With the rumored advancement, the upcoming Infinix Note 40 devices will likely achieve rapid triple-digit charging speeds. While the specifics remain undisclosed, reports suggest the base Note 40 model will feature a MediaTek Helio G99 processor and a sizable 5,000mAh battery. 

On the other hand, the Note 40 Pro 5G is expected to boast a Dimensity 7020 chipset, paired with 8GB of RAM, and will run on Android 14. Excitement builds for the Infinix Note 40 series launch, and fans can’t wait for the unveiling of the lineup’s cutting-edge features and hardware specifications.


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