Infinix Note 30 VIP Bluetooth certified, likely to launch soon
The upcoming Infinix Note 30 VIP handset has been spotted on a Bluetooth certification platform. The device will arrive as a successor to the Infinix Note 12 VIP. With Bluetooth certification in tow, it appears that the device may go official later this month or in April.
As can be seen, the Bluetooth SIG authority has certified a brand-new Infinix phone with model number X6710. The listing confirms that the device will debut on the market with the Infinix Note 30 VIP moniker.
The certification reveals that the device supports Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. However, it does not mention anything else in the specifications of the device.
The same device has appeared on the “Declaration of Conformity” page on Infinix’s website. The page reveals that the device will be backed by a 5,000mAh battery. It also suggests that the device will support 68W fast charging. To recall, the predecessor model, the Note 12 VIP, has a 4,500mAh battery with 120W fast charging support.
In related news, apart from the Infinix Note 30 VIP, the Bluetooth SIG has also approved the Hot 30 (model number X6831) and the Hot 30i (model number X669). The Hot 30 supports Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, whereas the Hot 30i, which is officially confirmed to launch this month in India, supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.