Infinix has been ramping up tech on its smartphone series in recent years – ranging from its entry-level hot series, midrange Note series, and the premium flagship Zero series with a focus on photography and ultra-fast charging.
Infinix has brought design refinements and perfection across their devices and they are now adding a new arsenal in the audio segment. The company has partnered with HARMAN’s legendary audio and technology brand, JBL to tune its speakers for its upcoming Note 30 series.
JBL worked with Infinix to optimize the software system shipping with the Note 30 series to bring JBL’s signature sound that ensures well-balanced mid-tones as well as rich bass, along with high-quality and faithful sound reproduction.
This would be a really good thing as some of Infinix’s rivals already sport JBL-tuned speakers. This new addition would make the Note series more attractive seeing that the Note 12 series went all out design-wise and everything else.
“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.” said Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix.
“The JBL brand is all about delivering the fullest sound experience, and we are therefore extremely proud to collaborate with the Infinix team to deliver superior audio through Sound by JBL. Rooted in a shared passion for sound, we know the Infinix team is committed to audio excellence in their mobile devices, and we will continue to work together to bring upgraded sound quality to more consumers as we look forward to deepening our cooperation with Infinix for more product development,” said Roumu Hu, Vice President and General Manager, HARMAN Embedded Audio.
Infinix Note 30 series will be launching later this month and the lineup includes the regular Note 30 4G, Note 30 5G, Note 30 Pro, and Note 30 VIP.
The company is set to bring wireless charging with the mid-range series featuring All-Round Fast Charge that they teased early this year with the prototype GT 10 Pro. The charging tech supports 260W wired charging and 110W wireless charging. The Note 30 series will not reach those high speeds but it’s a good thing that wireless and reverse charging will be one of the lineup features.
The main cameras will include a 64MP primary and a 5MP and another VGA camera. Video recording is capped at 2K video 30fps for the main and 1080p for the selfie videos.
Note 30 will be powered by Helio G99 chipset and have up to 16GB of RAM(8GB of RAM with 8GB of virtual RAM) and 256GB of UFS 2.2 onboard storage. It will ship with Android 13 straight out of the box.
Note 30 will have a 5000mAh battery and support up to 33W fast charging. The VIP version will probably have a smaller 4500mAh battery and support 120W fast charging.