Infinix Note 40 Series Unveiling Soon; Up to 70W Fast Charging, 12GB RAM, and Helio G99

Sohail Akhtar

Infinix fans are in for a treat since the long-anticipated Note 40 and Infinix Note 40 Pro devices are getting released soon with numerous exciting features. Ahead of their launch, recent certifications have unveiled key details, giving us a closer look into what these devices offer.

The upcoming Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro, bearing the model numbers X6853 and X6850, respectively, have left their digital footprints in the Google Play Console and Bluetooth SIG certification databases. Meanwhile, the Pro variant has secured certifications from the FCC and NBTC. 

The official website has spilled the beans on the battery size and fast charging capabilities, raising excitement among fans. Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro both include 5,000mAh batteries — the former marks an epic entry with 45W charging support. 

Meanwhile, the Note 40 Pro takes it to the next level with a remarkable 70W fast charging feature. It reiterates the earlier FCC certification details, solidifying the Note 40 Pro's position in the charging department. Last year's Note 30 series was great with its charging standard, and it seems Infinix is keen on maintaining this trend with the Infinix latest Note mobiles

The charging speed is shaping up to be a key selling point for these devices. Reports also suggest that both models share hardware specs, including an FHD+ display, the powerful Helio G99 chipset, 8 GB of RAM, and the latest Android 14. 

The FCC certification highlights the Infinix Note 40 Pro's impressive specifications, featuring 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage, NFC, and a sleek 165 x 76 x 8mm design. While additional details on the Note 40 lineup remain under wraps, a leaked schematic from the FCC database hints at a unified design language for all Note 40-branded models.