Infinix Note 40s spotted on the company's website before launch

Infinix is ​​expected to launch another phone from its Note 40 series called the Note 40s, joining the Note 40, Note 40 Pro, and Note 40 Pro+. We have also done a detailed review of the Note 40 Pro+. The Note 40s has surprisingly surfaced on Infinix's official website with specs and everything else.

As expected, the Note 40s has the same specs as its relatives. It has a 6.78-inch AMOLED panel with FHD resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and is curved at the edges. Visually, it is the same panel used in the Note 40 Pro+, which we have tested and we are satisfied with the results.

In the case of the Note 40, the more powerful Dimensity 7020 SoC has been replaced by the Helio G99 and is paired with just one memory configuration – 8GB/256GB.

The camera department also seems to be carried over from the Pro+ as it features a 108MP f/1.9, main camera, which comes with a 2MP macro shooter. On the front, there is a 32MP f/2.2 selfie unit.

The whole hardware is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, which is higher than the Pro+, but the charging speed is limited to just 33W as against the whopping 100W supported by the Plus.

Other notable features include discreet LED lighting at the back, which Infinix calls Active Halo Design, IP54 protection against splashes and dust, JBL-tuned stereo speakers, and a Magkit case that allows you to use the MagPad wireless charger as the handset supports wireless charging up to 20W. This is a rare feature in the price segment.

Vintage Green and Obsidian Black colors

Availability and pricing are yet to be revealed.


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