Infinix Note 40 price and specifications

This is the Infinix Note 40, the regular version or as they say the vanilla version of The new Note 40 family From Infinix, it offers specifications and an economical price, but what distinguishes it most from competitors? Let’s find out together in this quick review.

We previously reviewed the Pro and Pro Plus versions of the Note 40 family. The regular version took a lot from the Individual Pro, almost the same design, but with a flat screen and different color options with a plastic manufacturing material. The camera window remained of its large diameter with a ring that lights up in RGB colors when receiving notifications, in the front of the screen. It takes advantage of the entire interface with a camera hole in the middle, and the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the bottom of the screen from an optical type to be easier to reach.

On the right is the power button and the volume up and down buttons, on the bottom is the Type-C charging port, the speaker and the dual SIM slot, and on the top is a second speaker for higher quality stereo sound, as is the case with the previous generation. The headphones are developed by the giant JBL company, which gives a powerful listening experience whether during gaming. Or when watching.

The device is resistant to splashes of water and dust with the IP54 standard, meaning there is no fear of using it in the rain without exposing it to water excessively. It also comes with NFC technology to pay bills from the phone or connect it to some useful accessories.

The device is considered thin, with a thickness of 7.8 mm, and an acceptable weight of 190 grams.

Infinix has surpassed itself before its competitors by successfully providing an economical phone with a large 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate with a maximum brightness of up to 1300 lumens with supporting HDR content. These numbers, in addition to the powerful stereo speakers, will provide you with an immersive viewing experience with details and realism with Smooth transition between graphics, especially when playing, and it is protected by a Gorilla Glass layer without specifying any generation.

The phone comes out of the box with Android 14 with the XOS 14 interface. In hardware, an improved version of the G99 chip called Helio G99 Ultimate from MediaTek has been adopted, with eight cores and a frequency of 2.2 GHz. It will provide very satisfactory performance compared to its peers in the middle class with the help of the 8 GB RAM option and capacity. 256 GB storage, the system enables the user to increase the RAM capacity to 16 GB to increase the device’s efficiency in games.

On the back, the only camera you will use is a 108-megapixel lens with an f/1.9 aperture, and it will also be able to record QHD quality videos at a frequency of 30 frames per second.

On the front is a 32-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.2 aperture.

The device’s battery capacity is 5,000 mAh with a fast charging capacity of 45 watts, with support for 20 watt wireless charging through a new charging base launched by Infinix called Magcharge, similar to Apple’s magsafe base.

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Note 40 will be available in black and gold at a price of $200. What do you think of the device? Share your opinion with us below in the comments section… See you

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