Cheetah X1 Chip Teased for Infinix Note 40 Series Before March 18 Launch

Cheetah X1 Chip Teased for Infinix Note 40 Series Before March 18 Launch

Infinix is all set to unveil its Note 40 series globally on March 18 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, introducing four new devices - the Note 40, Note 40 Pro, Note 40 Pro 5G, and Note 40 Pro Plus 5G. Building anticipation, Infinix has begun teasing the features of the upcoming Note 40 series across its social media platforms.

Teasing the Note 40 Series Features

A recent teaser shared on X/Twitter by Infinix hints at the integration of the in-house Cheetah X1 chip in the Note 40 series smartphones. This chip serves as the core component behind the innovative All-Round FastCharge 2.0 technology in the new lineup, promising advanced power management capabilities.

Cutting-Edge Charging Technology

While specific details about the new charging technology are yet to be disclosed, leaks suggest that the Infinix Note 40 Pro Plus will set a new standard for rapid charging. Speculations indicate that this device will support a minimum of 100W fast wired charging, making it Infinix's fastest-charging phone to date.

Unveiling Rumored Specifications

Rumors surrounding the Infinix Note 40 series indicate that the Pro Plus model might feature MagCharge wireless charging support, drawing parallels to Apple's MagSafe charging technology. On the other hand, the Note 40 is expected to run on the MediaTek Helio G91 chipset with a robust 5000mAh battery, while the Pro variant could boast the Helio G99 chipset along with a similar battery capacity.

Recently, the Note 40 Pro 5G was spotted in a Google Play Console listing, revealing key specifications like a Full HD+ display, Dimensity 7020 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and Android 14 compatibility.

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