Infinix Note 30 Series the Midrange Lineup
Infinix Note 30 Series: What You Need to Know About the Midrange Lineup
Infinix’s Note series for this year will be called the Note 30, skipping the number 13. The midrange series usually launches in May or June. The Hot series also reached Hot 30, which was launched recently.
The lineup will have a taller 20.5:9 aspect ratio, replacing the previous 20:9 ratio. The VIP version will feature a 120Hz refresh rate, while the regular versions will have a 90Hz refresh rate.
Infinix is partnering with JBL to tune the Note 30 series’ speakers, making the series more attractive. The design of the Note 12 series was impressive, but JBL-tuned speakers will enhance the overall experience.
The resolution of the Note 30 series will remain at 1080p with a punch-hole cutout for the 16MP selfie camera. The primary cameras will include a 64MP lens, a 5MP camera, and another VGA camera. The main camera will record 2K videos at 30fps, while the selfie camera will record 1080p videos.
The Note 30 series will be powered by an Helio G99 chipset, with up to 16GB of RAM (8GB of physical RAM and 8GB of virtual RAM) and 256GB of UFS 2.2 onboard storage. The devices will ship with Android 13 out of the box.
The Note 30 series will have a 5000mAh battery and support up to 33W fast charging. The VIP version may have a smaller 4500mAh battery and support 120W fast charging. However, the 260W charging, tested on a prototype GT 10 Pro, may not be included.
The Note 12 VIP charged from 2% to 85% in 15 minutes with Super Fast Charge enabled. 120W fast charging is still impressive, although it is not as fast as the 260W charging. The latter could charge the device from empty to 25% in a minute and fully charge in less than eight minutes.
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