Infinix NOTE 30 VIP Features 50W Wireless Fast Charging

The Infinix NOTE 30 VIP is among the devices in the Note 30 series that Infinix officially brought to the Kenya market recently. Other devices in this series include the NOTE 30 Pro, and NOTE 30.  

The NOTE 30 VIP is the big brother here featuring several new specs we have seen on pricier devices. This includes all-around FastCharge technology with 68W wired and 50W wireless fast charging, offering high-speed charging both with and without wires.

The NOTE 30 VIP is also one of the first smartphones to be fitted with the Dimensity 8050 5G processor. It has received an A Rating in the TÜV SÜD 36-Month Fluency certification in recognition of its long-term smooth experience. 

“With All-Round FastCharge technology on the NOTE 30 series, Infinix has brought users an unprecedented fast charging experience. Now, on the newly released NOTE 30 VIP, we have taken the overall performance of this technology to a new level. By introducing faster, flagship-level 50W wireless fast charging and covering more charging methods across different scenarios, NOTE 30 VIP provides a safe, fast, and convenient experience that removes any worries users may have about battery life.’’Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix says.

‘’Thanks to the new Dimensity 8050 5G processor, high refresh rate screen, and rich audio-visual features, the NOTE 30 VIP is the top choice for users seeking all-around powerful performance,” he adds.

This is the first time on the NOTE Series that  Infinix is bringing flagship-level wireless fast charging capable of charging the NOTE 30 VIP’s 5,000mAh battery to 50% in just 30 minutes. For even faster charging, the NOTE 30 VIP also supports ultra-fast 68W wired charging, which Infinix claims can charge the battery from 1% to 80% in 30 minutes. The technology also helps to maintain battery longevity, supporting near-optimal battery performance for up to 1,000 charge-discharge cycles. 

In addition, the NOTE 30 VIP supports multiple charging methods, including Reverse Charge (wired & wireless), Bypass Charge, AI Smart Charge, and PD 3.0, offering users more ways to charge their phone using All-Round FastCharge technology in a variety of different scenarios for maximum flexibility.

Infinix NOTE 30 VIP Specs

The phone sports a 6.67-inch full-HD+ (2,400 x 1,080 pixels) AMOLED display, comes with a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a peak brightness level of 900 nits. The phone boots Android 13 with XOS 13 on top out-of-the-box.

It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 8050 SoC and comes with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, while also supporting Infinix’s Extended RAM technology. When enabled, Extended RAM can increase the amount of total RAM to 21GB (12GB+9GB), providing users with better multitasking capabilities and up to 7% faster startup speeds for commonly used applications.

For the cameras, the triple rear camera system of the Infinix Note 30 VIP includes a 108-megapixel primary sensor and two 2-megapixel depth and macro sensors. The camera units and an LED flash unit are placed in a square-shaped camera module in the top left corner of the back panel. The selfie camera is 32-megapixel housed within a centre-aligned punch-hole slot at the top of the display. 

The Infinix Note 30 VIP packs a 5,000mAh battery. Its built-in VC Liquid Cooling technology uses 11 layers of VC cooling material across a VC area of 2890mm² to keep the body from overheating during high load operations.

The phone is equipped with stereo dual speakers featuring Hi-Res certification and JBL sound tuning to deliver premium audio quality.

The NOTE 30 VIP is available in Magic Black and Glacier White, starting from KSH 45,999. Stand a chance of winning a new NOTE 30 Series by participating in the #TakeChargeWithNote30 competition on TikTok.

You can also follow Infinix’s official page on Tiktok to get early access to upcoming competitions and new Infinix product launches!

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