Infinix Note 40 Series in Kenya: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Infinix, known for delivering budget-friendly devices with decent specs, is preparing to launch its latest Note 40 series in Kenya. The lineup is rumored to bring noticeable upgrades to performance, display, and especially charging speeds, which could shake up what’s expected from affordable phones in the region.

While the lineup has already launched globally, here’s what you need to know about the specific models and the exciting new tech coming to Kenya. These devices come to succeed the Infinix Note 30 Series from last year.

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Infinix Note 40: The Lineup Overview

The Infinix Note 40 series isn’t just one phone – it’s a family of devices catering to different budgets and needs. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Infinix Note 40: The affordable base model.
  • Infinix Note 40 Pro 4G: Steps things up with a curved display and faster charging.
  • Infinix Note 40 Pro 5G: Adds 5G connectivity and a more powerful processor.
  • Infinix Note 40 Pro+ 5G: The flagship, boasting the fastest charging and premium features.

All-Round FastCharge 2.0

One major highlight is Infinix’s upgraded All-Round FastCharge 2.0 system. Powered by a new in-house Cheetah X1 chip, it offers:

  • Multi-speed wired charging: Up to an insane 100W on the Pro+ model
  • 20W wireless charging: Across the entire lineup (accessories sold separately)
  • Reverse charging: Turn your Note 40 into a power bank for other devices


Infinix Note 40 Series Specs Breakdown

Let’s dive into the individual models (note: I’ll fill in pricing once available):

FeatureInfinix Note 40Infinix Note 40 Pro 4GInfinix Note 40 Pro 5GInfinix Note 40 Pro+ 5G
Display6.78" Flat AMOLED, 120Hz6.78" Curved AMOLED, 120Hz6.78" Curved AMOLED, 120Hz6.78" Curved AMOLED, 120Hz
ProcessorHelio G99 UltimateHelio G99 UltimateDimensity 7020Dimensity 7020
Cameras (Main/Front)108MP (no OIS)/ 32MP108MP (OIS) / 32MP108MP (OIS) / 32MP108MP (OIS) / 32MP
Battery/Charging5000mAh, 45W wired, 20W wireless5000mAh, 70W wired, 20W wireless5000mAh, 45W wired, 20W wireless5000mAh, 100W wired, 20W wireless
Expected Starting PriceKsh 26,467Ksh 34,447Ksh 38,447Ksh 42,000

Kenya Launch and Final Thoughts

Infinix plans to officially launch the Note 40 series in Kenya later next month. This series has the potential to redefine expectations for mid-range phones with its blend of great features, blazing-fast charging, and that typical Infinix focus on value.

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However, competition is stiff in this segment with offers from Redmi, the Redmi Note 13 Series, Samsung with the Galaxy A-Series devices for 2024 and even Infinix’s sister companies like Tecno and iTel offering Kenyans compelling propositions. Let’s see how well these devices perform.


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