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Infinix Note 40 Pro on the Horizon: Prepares for Global Launch with Upgraded Specs and Potential AirCharge Tech

  • Updated: 8 January 2024
  • | Infinix
Infinix Note 40 Pro

Infinix is gearing up for another mobile blitz, as the Note 40 series edges closer to a global debut. Following recent certifications in Thailand, specifically NBTC and Bluetooth SIG, the Infinix Note 40 Pro seems poised to take the international stage by storm.

While the NBTC listing keeps the technical details largely under wraps, it confirms the device's model number (X6850) and paves the way for a potential Thai launch. Meanwhile, the Bluetooth SIG certification assures compatibility with the latest BT v5.3 standard, hinting at seamless wireless connectivity.

Expectations for an Upgrade:

Based on its predecessor, the Infinix Note 30 Pro, we can expect the Note 40 Pro to pack a punch. The previous model sported a vibrant 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, ideal for immersive viewing. Under the hood, it housed a powerful Helio G99 chipset alongside 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, ensuring smooth performance for multitasking and gaming.

Photography enthusiasts likely enjoyed the Note 30 Pro's camera setup, featuring a 32MP front-facing lens and a rear quartet consisting of a 108MP main sensor, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth mapper. The 5,000mAh battery with 68W wired and 15W wireless charging options catered to users with busy lifestyles. XOS 13-based Android 13 provided a familiar and updated software experience, with an in-display fingerprint scanner adding a touch of convenience.

AirCharge: A Glimpse into the Future:

Adding further intrigue to the Note 40 series is the potential inclusion of Infinix's groundbreaking AirCharge technology. Set to debut at CES 2024, AirCharge promises wireless charging without the need for cables or a dedicated charging pad. This game-changing innovation could be a major highlight of the Note 40 series, further pushing the boundaries of mobile technology.