Infinix NOTE 30 series set for Kenya launch, to feature JBL sound

Infinix is already sending out teasers for yet to be launched NOTE 30 Series. The company plans to officially unveil it in a few weeks.

We might be seeing quite a number of devices in this series including the standard Infinix Note 30, Infinix Note 30i, and a VIP and Pro variant as well. 

As we gear up, Infinix has confirmed that the new series will feature sound from JBL. The two companies first talked about this partnership at CES 2023 and now Infinix just confirmed this with an official statement.

“We’re incredibly excited about our collaboration with the JBL brand here at Infinix. Our hardware expertise combined with JBL’s acoustic technology means we can provide an enhanced audio experience to customers worldwide. With a device that delivers upgraded sound quality, we’re confident we’re in exceeding users’ expectations.” – Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix. 

‘’Users can look forward to an upgraded audio experience in the next generation of Infinix’s NOTE  Series, thanks to this exciting new collaboration with JBL. ‘’

Infinix says when building the NOTE Series, it collaborated closely with JBL engineers to optimize the software system of their new generation NOTE Series. The software processing within the Note series was tuned to deliver JBL’s signature sound that ensures well-balanced mid-tones as well as rich bass, along with high-quality and faithful sound reproduction. 

‘’Incorporating advanced audio processing engineered and perfected by JBL, the new Note Series with Sound by JBL will deliver enhanced audio with distortion-free volume, deeper bass and JBL’s signature sound that users will enjoy, especially when listening to music or watching videos. This technological breakthrough demonstrates Infinix and JBL’s commitment to providing innovative products with superior sound quality. ‘’ the statement further reads.

Infinix plans to launch the NOTE 30 series in May. Other features to also look out for include charging speeds of up to 260W and wireless speeds of up to 110W. We might also be getting a 5000mAh battery on the devices.

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