Infinix Note 40 Series Will Feature Active Halo AI Lighting

Infinix is ready to launch the much-awaited Note 40 series on March 18 in the market. Every other day is about the specs of the upcoming series that the company is confirming one after another. Recently the company confirmed that phones will have a dedicated Cheetah X1 chip for handling the charging process. It will power the All Round FastCharge 2.0 in the Note 40 Series. A few more other specs have been confirmed by the company.

Now a new exciting feature has been confirmed that this series will come with. As per the recent post by Infinix, the series will come with Active Halo AI Lighting. A well-known tipster Mukul Sharma has shed some light on this feature with exclusive information. The “Active Halo” feature will enhance user interactions with various aspects of the smartphone. He further wrote that “Active Halo will respond to incoming calls, notifications, charging, gaming, music playback, and even interact with the ‘Hi Folax’ wake phase.

Users will be able to personalise the device’s lighting as per their mood or preference. The user has said that he will share some more details in the upcoming days that will be very interesting. The Infinix Note 40 series is also confirmed to come with a 3D curved AMOLED display and wireless charging. The Pro and Pro+ version was recently spotted on Google Play Console and NBTC certification, respectively.

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