Infinix is gearing up for the release of its brand new Note 30 series, which is expected to hit the market later this month.
According to reports, these phones will come equipped with the company’s innovative All-Round FastCharge technology, which supports rapid wired charging speeds of up to 260W and wireless speeds of up to 110W.
While the mid-range models of the Note 30 series may not reach the maximum charging speeds supported by All-Round, they will still offer rapid wireless charging, which is a first for a phone in this price range.
What’s more, Infinix is planning to keep the price of these phones below $300, making them an attractive and affordable option for customers who want the latest technology without breaking the bank.
All-Round FastCharge technology is not just about speed, though. It also includes a range of features designed to improve battery longevity, such as bypass charging, which disconnects the battery once it’s fully charged and runs the phone on electricity from the charger.
In addition, the technology supports industry-standard protocols like USB Power Delivery 3.0 and can do reverse charging as well. The system also keeps the phone’s temperature low and supports intelligent night charging to further extend battery life.
The upcoming Infinix Note 30 series is expected to offer several models, including the Note 30 Pro, Note 30 VIP, and Note 30 5G. There will also be a vanilla Note 30 (4G) model with a 5,000mAh battery.
The Camon 20 series from Infinix’s sister company Tecno, brought a handful of improvements over its 19 series, and we are waiting to see what the new Note 30 series will offer over the current Note 12 series.
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