Gadgetren – At first glance, the Infinix Note 30 and Infinix Note 30 Pro look similar. In fact, not only in terms of design or appearance, but also in terms of specifications.
For example, both are based on the MediaTek Helio G99 (6nm) that can run at a frequency of up to 2.2 GHz. Both have even agreed to pair this chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The two phones made by Infinix also use XOS 13. The interface made by Infinix already runs the Android 13 operating system with some additional support and features that can make it easier to use.
The screen used by the two mobile phones is also 6.78 inches with Full HD + resolution (2460 x 1080 pixels) and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. Both are also equipped with dual speakers tuned by JBL, Hi-Res Audio, as well as IP53-certified splash-resistant features.
It’s just that with a price that is quite far apart, where the Infinix Note 30 is IDR 2,499,000 while the Pro model reaches IDR 3,099,000, the two mobile phones also have some differences that should be considered when choosing one.
Infinix Note 30 vs Infinix Note 30 Pro Differences
One of the differences between the two phones lies in the display. Despite similar sizes, resolutions and refresh rates, both use different types of panels. Infinix Note 30 uses IPS while the Infinix Note 30 Pro AMOLED.
On paper, the differences in panel types will affect everything from color production to brightness levels, so the experience of watching content from the two phones will be very different. AMOLED in this case is usually slightly superior to IPS.
With a pretty big price difference, the camera department is also a differentiator that users should consider when they want to ask for her hand. Infinix is on record as incorporating a very different sensor for the lens.
To meet the user’s photography needs, Infinix uses the main camera 108MP and forward 32MP in the Pro version. This high-resolution sensor definitely has better capabilities than the regular lens-based Infinix Note 30 64MP and 16MP if classified similarly.
In theory, the higher the camera sensor used by a device the better resolution it will be able to produce. Usually the difference will be quite noticeable when the image is printed large or simply digitally enlarged.
When we discuss the Infinix Note 30 family series, we cannot miss the charging support that was used. The two mobile phone models launched in Indonesia are because they are both equipped with All-Round FastCharge technology.
However, with the price difference between the two phones, the Infinix has a different speed. The regular Infinix Note 30 comes with charging only 45W where it will take more time to charge than the technology 68W the Pro-get model.
Based on Infinix’s claims, the regular 45W version’s All-Round FastCharge technology can only charge up to 76 percent in 30 minutes. While charging the 68W Infinix Note 30 Pro with the same duration can be up to 80 percent.
What is very interesting, the Infinix Note 30 Pro is also equipped with technology Wireless charging 15W which is not available in the regular version. These mid-range phones also have wireless reverse charging which can charge other devices wirelessly.