Gadgetren – Infinix has officially launched its newest mobile phone in Indonesia, namely the Infinix Note 30 series which consists of two models, namely the Note 30 and Note 30 Pro. Each of these models costs IDR 2,499,000 for the Note 30 and IDR 3,099,000 for the Note 30 Pro.
On its release, Infinix also presents the Note 30 Exclusive Edition Box series collaboration with MLBB and ONIC eSports offering Infinix x ONIC eSports Jersey, Infinix Semiconductor Mobile Phone Cooler and Infinix TWS.
The Note 30 series will be available for purchase through the early bird program on the official Infinix Indonesia e-commerce at Lazada on June 8, 2023 at 20:00 WIB. As an attractive offer, the Note 30 series gets a discount of IDR 200,000 for the Note 30 Pro to IDR 2,899,000 and a discount of IDR 150,000 for the Note 30 to IDR 2,349,000.
In addition, through the early bird program, the first 500 buyers will get the Note 30 Series Exclusive Edition Box in the purchase package. Meanwhile, users who have not received a unit during the early bird program can purchase the Note 30 series in the first sale starting on June 9, 2023.
Talking about its advantages, the Note 30 series carries a large battery capacity of 5,000 mAh, each of which is equipped with a different fast charge. The Note 30 features 45W fast charging, while the Note 30 Pro is equipped with 68W fast charging.
Interestingly, the Note 30 Pro also supports 15W wireless fast charging. The Note 30 series also provides a Bypass feature, which is said to be able to keep the temperature of the device stable to allow users to play games while charging their mobile phones. In addition, the Note 30 series supports reverse charging to charge other devices.
In the field of display, the Note 30 series both have a screen size of 6.78 inches with a resolution of Full HD + (2460 x 1080 pixels) and supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz, Eye-Care Mode and is certified by TUV Rheinland for the protection of the eyes when used for a long time.
Additionally, the Note 30 display uses an IPS LCD display and has a brightness level of 580 nits. Meanwhile, the Note 30 Pro’s display panel uses AMOLED supported by a brightness level of 900 nits and 100% DCI-P3.
On the right side of the body is a fingerprint scanner for quick entry into the XOS 13 interface based on Android 13. The Note 30 series devices also provide stereo dual speakers specially shaped by JBL and certified by Hi-Res.
The performance of the Note 30 series is both based on the MediaTek Helio G99 (6nm) Octa-Core 2.2GHz chipset, which comes with 8GB of RAM and supports 8GB of RAM expansion to allow RAM to have a total of 16 GB.
The chipset then has 256GB of internal storage which can be increased up to 2TB. If the storage capacity is still lacking, users can use microSD to store various files such as documents, videos and photos.
The processor section of the Note 30 Pro also features a cooling system in the form of Vapor-Chamber Liquid Cooling technology to keep the device cool when you open multitasking apps. When it comes to photography, the Note 30 series exudes charm with dual rear cameras.
The Note 30 Pro uses a 108MP main lens and a 2MP depth lens, while the Note 30 Pro uses a 64MP lens and a 2MP depth lens. Next, the Note 30 has a 16MP front-facing lens and the Note 30 Pro has a 32MP front-facing lens.
Not to forget, the Note 30 series also features supporting functions in the form of Multi-Functional Near Field Communication or NFC Multi-function to top up or check electronic money, cashless payment methods, data transfer and apartment keys.
IP53 certification has also been given to the Note 30 series, making the two devices resistant to splashes of water and dust.