Infinix Launches Note 40 and Note 40 Pro 4G: 108MP Cameras, 70W Charging, and More!

Infinix has launched its latest smartphone series, the Note 40, in Malaysia. The lineup offers a range of choices for users, including standard, pro, pro 5G, and pro+ 5G variants. The standard Note 40 and Note 40 Pro serve as successors to the well-received Note 30 and Note 30 Pro models from 2022.

This article focuses on the specifications and features of the Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro, both running on 4G networks.

Infinix Note 40, Note 40 Pro 4G Specifications:

Feature Note 40 Note 40 Pro
Display 6.78-inch AMOLED
6.78-inch AMOLED
Fingerprint Sensor In-display In-display
Rear Camera 108MP
AI Lens
108MP (OIS)
Front Camera 32MP 32MP
Processor Helio G99 Ultimate Helio G99 Ultimate
Storage 256GB 256GB
Battery 5000mAh
45W charging
70W charging
Wireless Charging 20W 20W


Infinix Note 40, Note 40 Pro 4G Specifications
Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro 4G
Both the Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro boast a large and immersive 6.78-inch AMOLED display. With a sharp FHD+ resolution, 1300 nits peak brightness, and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, these phones offer a fantastic viewing experience for users who enjoy watching videos, playing games, or browsing the web. The standard Note 40 features a flat display, while the Pro variant takes it a step further with curved edges for a more premium look and feel. Both models come equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor for secure and convenient unlocking.

Design with Active Halo LED:

The Infinix Note 40 series embraces a stylish design with a flat frame and a square camera module on the back. This camera module houses three sensors and a unique feature called the "Active Halo" LED. This LED light display changes depending on various functions, such as incoming calls, notifications, and the charging indicator, adding a touch of personality to the phone.


The Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro offer capable camera systems to capture those special moments. The standard Note 40 features a 108MP main sensor, a 2MP secondary sensor, and an AI lens. The Note 40 Pro ups the ante with the same 108MP main sensor but adds Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) for sharper photos in low-light conditions. Both Pro and standard models sport a 2MP secondary camera, while the front-facing selfie camera on both phones is a high-resolution 32MP sensor.

Performance and Battery Life:

At the heart of the Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro lies the MediaTek Helio G99 Ultimate processor, ensuring smooth performance for everyday tasks and even some light gaming. Both phones come with 8GB of RAM with expandable virtual RAM technology up to 16GB for multitasking. Storage options include 256GB of onboard storage, providing ample space for apps, photos, and videos.

When it comes to battery life, both phones are equipped with a dependable 5,000mAh battery unit. The standard Note 40 supports 45W fast charging, while the Note 40 Pro takes it a step further with 70W fast charging, allowing you to quickly power up your phone when needed. Additionally, both models boast support for 20W wireless charging, offering a convenient way to charge your phone without wires.

Price and Availability:

The Infinix Note 40 starts at an attractive price of $199 (approx. Rs 16,499) for the base configuration, while the Note 40 Pro starts at $259 (approx. Rs 21,474). The exact pricing may vary depending on the specific market region. Both phones will be available for purchase globally starting March 19, 2024.

With its large AMOLED display, capable cameras, powerful processor, and long-lasting battery, the Infinix Note 40 series offers a compelling package for users seeking a feature-rich smartphone at a competitive price point.