Infinix is said to be working on the Note 40 and Note 40 Pro smartphones, with model numbers X6853 and X6850, respectively. These devices have been spotted in the Google Play Console database and Bluetooth SIG certification. The Pro variant has also appeared on the FCC and NBTC certification platforms. The battery size and fast charging capabilities of both phones have been revealed through an official website listing.
Infinix Note 40, Note 40 Pro Battery Size and Fast Charging
The Declaration of Conformity documents on Infinix’s website confirm that both the Note 40 and Note 40 Pro are equipped with a 5,000mAh battery. The Note 40 supports 45W charging, while the Note 40 Pro offers 70W fast charging. These details align with the earlier FCC certification of the Note 40 Pro.
Note 40 Lineup’s Charging Capabilities
The charging capabilities of the Note 30 series were a major highlight during its launch last year. This new development suggests that charging will also be a significant selling point for the Note 40 lineup.
Reports indicate that the Infinix Note 40 series will share some common specifications, including an FHD+ display, a Helio G99 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and Android 14. The FCC certification reveals that the Note 40 Pro will offer 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, NFC, and measure 165 x 76 x 8mm.
Infinix Note 40 Pro Design via FCC Certification
While further details about the Note 40 lineup are yet to be revealed, a schematic from the FCC’s database showcases the design of the Note 40 Pro. It is likely that other models in the Note 40 series will adopt the same design language.