Today we're unboxing the Infinix Note 30. It comes in a nice box with all the necessities, plus a few nice extras - you get a USB cable, a 45W charger, headphones, as well as both a case and a tempered glass screen protector.
Our unit is the Interstellar Blue with 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, which can be expanded through the memory.
The phone brings a squarish design with flat glossy sides and a matte-finished rear panel. There's a special finish around the cameras that catches the light in a carbon fiber-like texture and shimmers between blue and light yellow. It's a pretty effect.
Our Interstellar Blue model has light-changing accents around the cameras
The Infinix Note 30 packs a Helio G99 chipset, and a 5,000mAh battery with 45W charging. Infinix says the battery will do 1,000 cycles - 25% more than the industry standard. The phone's audio is also tuned by JBL, which is a high point in this segment. We'll test its quality in our full review.
Does it have a stylus? if not then its a pass. This is the only reason I go with Samsung's Note.
they buy samsung because of the brand name, fortunately, this thing will rival against samsung and other bbk brands in terms of design for sure
waiting for the review and i'll add this phone to my wishlist..
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