Infinix is set to launch its highly anticipated Note 30 series in Kenya. This lineup occupies the midrange segment, positioned between the Hot series and the flagship Zero series. The Note 30 series consists of the Note 30 Play (NFC), Note 30, Note 30 Pro, and Note 30 5G models.
The entire lineup boasts impressive specifications, including Infinix’s latest All-Round FastCharge technology, which offers rapid wired charging of up to 68W through PD 3.0.
This innovative feature also introduces fast wireless charging (15W), reverse wired charging, and reverse wireless charging to the midrange series.
All models except the Note 30 Play version feature a 5000mAh battery, while the Play version offers a larger 6000mAh battery with 18W wired charging support. The Note 30 Pro supports 68W charging, allowing it to reach 80% capacity in just 30 minutes, while the other two models support 45W charging – 9V/5A for the LTE version and 10V/4.5A for the 5G version.
Powering the Note 30 series are MediaTek chipsets. The Note 30 Play is equipped with the Helio G37, while the Note 30 and Note 30 Pro models feature the Helio G99. Additionally, the Note 30 Pro is equipped with the Dimensity 6080 chipset.
RAM options start at 4GB for the Note 30 Play, while the rest of the series offers 8GB of onboard RAM and 8GB of virtual RAM.
All models feature a 6.78-inch LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch sampling rate, except for the Note 30 Play, which boasts a 6.82-inch screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. The Note 30 Pro comes with an AMOLED display featuring a 360Hz touch sampling rate and a brightness level of 900 nits.
NFC, headphone jacks, Type-C charging ports, side-mounted fingerprint readers, and JBL-tuned dual stereo speakers are common across the lineup.
The devices come with Android 13 and XOS 13, except for the Note 30 Play, which runs on XOS 12.6.
All three models are equipped with 16MP punch-hole selfie cameras, except for the Note 30 Play, which features an 8MP selfie camera, and the Pro model, which boasts a 32MP selfie camera.
The Note 30 Play incorporates a 16MP primary lens and an AI lens, while the Pro model features a 108MP main lens. The other two models sport a 64MP main lens, accompanied by a 2MP depth lens and an AI lens.
Video recording capabilities are capped at 2K (1440p) for the main camera and 1080p for the front camera.
The available color options for the Note 30 series include Magic Black, Interstellar Blue, and Sunset Gold, with the Note 30 Play model offering Mirage Black, Blade White, and Bora Purple.
Infinix has announced that the phones will be priced below $300, but the local pricing will be revealed when the lineup is launched in the country next week on June 2nd.