Infinix Boasts Fast Charging Prowess with its New Note 40 Series


While it might not be a commonly-heard smartphone brand in places like North America, Transsion’s Infinix line of smartphones has certainly built a large following in markets such as Asia and Africa, thanks to a solid lineup of devices with decent hardware and competitive pricing.

As such, Infinix finally launched its new NOTE 40 series phones, which include the base model NOTE 40, NOTE 40 Pro, NOTE 40 Pro 5G, and the most advanced model, the NOTE 40 Pro+ 5G. With that in mind, the company has gone all-out in promoting the new fast-charging features on the NOTE 40 series, officially dubbed the “All-Round FastCharge 2.0” technology.

Infinix states that the NOTE 40 series’ fast-charging tech is made possible by its self-developed Cheetah X1 chip, which according to Infinix features high-precision power detection, secure voltage detection, and versatile scene support for sustained charging efficiency and diverse capabilities. For example, the NOTE 40 Pro+ 5G supports 100W Multi-Speed FastCharge, reaching 50% in just 8 minutes in “hyper mode,” although it also offers “low-temp mode” and “smart mode” for tailored charging.

As for other hardware details, there are some differences – for one, the NOTE 40 Pro variants come with a curved display, while the base model NOTE 40 features a good ole flat display. The phones also come with 120Hz refresh rates, in addition to 1080p resolutions and a peak brightness of 1300 nits. The phones are powered by the Dimensity 7020 and Helio G99 Ultimate chipsets, depending on which price tier you go for.

An interesting addition is Infinix’s new ‘Active Halo’ feature, which adds a bit of flair to the phone’s camera module via pulsing lights, which can work with calls and notifications, playing games or music, charging the device, or using the voice assistant, Folax. For software, the phones come pre-installed with XOS 14, although Infinix says that they will only feature up to two years’ worth of security updates.

The NOTE 40 Series will be globally available starting Tuesday, March 19th, in Vintage Green, Obsidian Black, and Titan Gold colorways. Infinix adds that a special Racing Edition will be available by midyear. Prices start at $199 for the NOTE 40, $259 for the NOTE 40 Pro, $289 for the NOTE 40 Pro 5G, and $309 for the premium NOTE 40 Pro+ 5G.

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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