Infinix Note 30 Series Kenya Launch

Infinix has unveiled the Note 30 series – its midrange lineup for the Kenyan market. The Note 30 series sits between the Hot series and the flagship Zero series. The Note 30 series includes the Note 30 Play(NFC), Note 30, Note 30 Pro, Note 30(VIP), and Note 30 5G.

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Infinix has upgraded the whole lineup that now has Hi-Res dual speakers tuned by JBL Audio. They all have glass backs coming in various colors including Variable Gold, Obsidian Black, InterStellar Blue and Magic Black. They all have an IP53 rating.

Infinix Note 30 Series Specifications and Price in Kenya

The Note 30 lineup now comes with 8GB onboard RAM and 8GB Virtual RAM plus storage starting at 256GB.

They all ship with MediaTek chipsets, 5000mAh batteries, Android 13, and XOS 13.

Video recording is capped at 2K(1440p) for the main and 1080p for the front camera.

The whole series features the company’s new All-Round FastCharge technology which supports PD 3.0.

Note 30 Pro

Infinix Note 30 Pro is the most spec’d version in the series. It comes with a 10-bit 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate. We get a bezel-less design for the screen that sports 900 nits peak brightness plus it is 100% DCI-P3 coverage.

It is powered by Helio G99.

The Note 30 Pro supports 68W charging(empty to 80% in 30 minutes). It also supports wireless charging up to 15W.

The Pro has a 32MP selfie camera and a 108MP triple setup which includes a 2MP depth sensor and a QVGA lens.

Note 30 5G and Note 30

Not 30 5G and Note 30 sport Dimensity 6080 and Helio G85 processors respectively.

They both have 45W charging – 9V/5A for the LTE version and 10V/4.5A for the 5G version.

The two have 6.78″ LCD screens with 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate.

They all share NFC, headphone jacks, Type-C charging ports, side-mounted fingerprint readers

Both come with 16MP punch-hole selfie cameras and a 64MP triple rear setup with 2MP depth and a QVGA lens.

Note 30 Play

Note 30 Play rocks a 6000mAh battery and supports 18W Type-C charging.

Helio G37 powers the phone.

It comes with a 6.82″ screen with a 90Hz refresh rate.

The 30 Play has a 16MP primary lens and an AI lens. For selfies, we have an 8MP selfie camera.

The 30 Play version comes in Mirage Black, Blade White and Bora Purple.

Pricing and Availability

Here’s how much the three models cost:

  • Infinix Note 30 Pro: Ksh 33,999
  • Infinix Note 30 VIP: Ksh 45,999
  • Infinix Note 30 5G: Ksh 29,999
  • Infinix Note 30: Ksh 27,999

Infinix Note 12 VIP and the rest of its siblings are available offline at the company’s retail stores countrywide and online too at XPARK – their official online store and other online e-commerce partners like Jumia.

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George Kamau
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  1. This lineup looks really promising and I’m so excited to check out the Note 30 Pro especially. Those specs sound really amazing. Can’t wait to see how it performs day-to-day. From the sound of it, Infinix is really trying to up their game with their midrange lineup. Props to them!

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