For Ksh 45,999, the Infinix NOTE 30 VIP is quite an interesting device. Infinix officially unveiled the device back in June alongside other devices in this series.
We have done a number of articles about the other devices but the Infinix NOTE 30 VIP which is the top of the line in this series really stands out. Infinix really tried getting everything right with this device making it worth a second look.
We have spent a few days with it, of course not enough for a comprehensive review but in this article, we share three reasons we believe it’s worth considering. We have the full review coming up in a couple of days so be on the lookout for that.
If you have been reading all the articles we have written about the Infinix NOTE 30 series, you will notice a clear pattern – battery and charging.
The Infinix NOTE 30 VIP features the brand’s hallmark charging capabilities, with an improved All-Round Fast Charge solution that can reach up to 68W wired and 15W wirelessly. This is quite impressive coming from Infinix. The battery size is also 5000mAh and for the few days we have used the phone, we have been averaging 8-9 hours of screen-on time.
Well, this is something most smartphone users will probably overlook but yes, the Infinix NOTE 30 VIP sound output is quite impressive. Infinix has partnered with JBL for upgraded tuned sound, something the company has been teasing for a while now.
The ultra-thin bezels and stereo dual speakers, which are sound by JBL and certified by Hi-Res, make the NOTE 30 Series an industry standout for its audio capabilities.
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.
For the optics, the Infinix NOTE 30 VIP comes with a whopping 108MP primary camera and two 2-megapixel depth and macro sensors.
I love the camera unit’s placement and an LED flash. Both are placed in a square-shaped camera module in the top left corner of the back panel. The 32-megapixel selfie camera sensor is housed within a centre-aligned punch-hole slot at the top of the display.
Video recording for the back cameras is capped at 4K 30fps and 1080p 60fps while selfie videos are capped at 1080p 30fps.
Photos are excellent, nothing really to complain about and we will be sharing all that in our in-depth review.
Pricing and Availability
Infinix Note 30 VIP and the rest of its siblings are available offline at the company’s retail stores countrywide and online too at XPARK for Ksh.45,999
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