Infinix Note 40 Series Announced To Launch Globally On 18th March,In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Infinix has announced the official launch date of the Infinix Note 40 series. The global launch event will take place on 18th March, at 5PM(GMT +8) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This series is likely to include Note 40, 40 Pro and 40 Pro+ smartphones. These phones have been found listed on a number of certification websites including Indonesia’s SDPPI, EEC, Bluetooth SIG, NBTC and UAE’s TDRA.

As per the Note 40 and Note Pro listing on Google Play Console both of the smartphones will be powered by MediaTek Helio G99 SoC paired with ARM Mali G57 GPU. It will pack 8GB RAM. Both of the smartphones will run Android 14 out of the box. Its display is confirmed to come with a 2436×1080 pixels resolution and 480 PPI Pixel density.

Rest of the information about the handsets still remain under the wrap. Company is also nowadays gearing up for the launch of Infinix GT 20 Pro smartphone evident from its listing on certification websites. The smartphone was recently spotted on Geekbench, TUV Rheinland, Wi-Fi Certification, and Indonesia’s SDPPI certification. It can be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8200 chipset, and will run Android 14 out of the box.




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