Infinix Note 40 Series Set to Debut with Innovative ‘Active Halo’ Feature

Infinix is gearing up to launch its Note 40 series smartphones globally on March 18th. The event will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and the lineup is expected to include several devices like the Note 40, Note 40 Pro, Note 40 Pro 5G, and Note 40 Pro Plus 5G.

Introducing the ‘Active Halo’ – An Interactive Light Experience:

Active Halo Lighting
Active Halo Lighting
Ahead of the launch, Infinix has teased a unique feature called ‘Active Halo’. This AI-powered lighting system integrates voice commands with customizable light effects, offering a new way to interact with your smartphone.

Active Halo lights up in response to various actions, including incoming calls, notifications, music playback, charging status, and even when using the ‘Hi Folax’ voice assistant. This goes beyond just a notification light, making smartphone interaction more engaging and visually interesting. Users can personalize their experience further by choosing from three lighting effects – Lively, Rhythmic, and AI – for each individual interaction.

Performance Boost with Cheetah X1 Chip and FastCharge 2.0:

The Note 40 series is also expected to pack a punch in performance. The lineup is rumored to feature the Cheetah X1 chip, which will optimize power management for the FastCharge 2.0 technology. This combination hints at the possibility of the upcoming Infinix Note 40 devices achieving ultra-fast charging speeds, potentially exceeding 100 watts.

Speculative Details about the Note 40 Lineup:

While full specifications for the entire Note 40 range haven't been revealed yet, some details have surfaced. The standard Note 40 is rumored to be powered by a MediaTek Helio G91 processor and a long-lasting 5,000mAh battery. The Note 40 Pro 5G, on the other hand, might come equipped with a Dimensity 7020 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and the latest Android 14 operating system.

Stay tuned for more information as Infinix unveils the Note 40 series on March 18th!