Infinix Note 40 Pro+ 5G Smartphone Appeared On Indonesian SDPPI And EEC Database

Infinix recently launched the Smart 8 Plus smartphone in India. Nowadays it’s gearing up for the launch of the Note 40 series in the market comprising Note 40, 40 Pro, and 40 Plus. These smartphones have appeared on a number of certification websites recently the Note 40 Pro smartphone appeared on the EEC Database. And before that Note 40 was spotted on UAE’s TDRA database. Now the Infinix Note 40 Pro+ smartphone has appeared on the Indonesian SDPPI and EEC Database with the model number “X6851B”. Not only this but a new model number “X6871” is also spotted on the EEC certification. However, we were unable to identify the moniker of it yet. The listing doesn’t reveal anything as such but confirms its global near launch.

Recently the Note 40 and Note 40 Pro specs came out through its listing on Google Play Console. As per the listing, both of the models will be powered by MediaTek Helio G99 SoC paired with ARM Mali G57 GPU. It is confirmed to pack at least 8GB RAM. Both of the smartphones will run Android 14 out of the box. Its display will come with a 2436×1080 pixels resolution and 480 PPI Pixel density. The Pro version will be backed by a 5000 mAh battery that supports 70W fast charging. The rest of the information about the series remains under wrap.




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