Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro Specifications and Prices Revealed Ahead of March 18 Launch

Infinix is gearing up to launch its exciting new Note 40 series on March 18th. This lineup promises to bring several smartphones to the global market, catering to a range of needs and budgets. Leaks suggest there will be four models: Note 40, Note 40 Pro, Note 40 Pro 5G, and Note 40 Pro+ 5G. Let's delve into the details revealed so far about the first two models, the Infinix Note 40 and Note 40 Pro.

Infinix Note 40 Expected Specs and Pricing:

The standard Note 40 is rumored to pack 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, offering ample space for multitasking and storing your favorite files. Reports suggest a price tag of around $297 (RUB 26,990 in Russia). While the exact processor remains under wraps, some sources speculate it might sport the recently launched MediaTek Helio G91 chipset.

Infinix Note 40 Pro: More Power, Bigger Display

Infinix Note 40 Pro 5G
Infinix Note 40 Pro 5G
The Infinix Note 40 Pro appears to be a step up in terms of features. It's expected to boast a large 6.78-inch display, possibly an AMOLED panel for vibrant colors and deep blacks. Under the hood, the MediaTek Helio G99 chipset is rumored to provide the processing power, complemented by 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. 

Photographers will likely appreciate the triple-camera system on the back, featuring a main sensor of 108 megapixels alongside two 2-megapixel sensors. To keep you going, the Note 40 Pro is said to come equipped with a 5,000mAh battery, and leaks suggest it might support faster 70W charging compared to the standard Note 40's rumored 45W charging. The price for this upgrade in specs is expected to be around $330 (RUB 29,990).

A Glimpse at the Upcoming 5G Models:

While details about the standard Note 40 remain scarce, a recent leak on Google Play Console provided a sneak peek at the Note 40 Pro 5G. This model is expected to offer an FHD+ display, possibly powered by the Dimensity 7020 chipset and running on the latest Android 14 operating system. The most intriguing aspect of the series might be the Note 40 Pro+ 5G. 

Rumors suggest it could be the first Android phone with wireless magnetic charging, similar to Apple's MagSafe technology. Additionally, it might boast super-fast 100W wired charging, making it a compelling option for users who prioritize quick power top-ups.

With the launch date approaching soon, we can expect more details to surface about the entire Infinix Note 40 series. Stay tuned for further updates!