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Infinix Note 30 Pro review

Infinix Note 30 vs Infinix Note 30 Pro: So What's The Difference?

Both phones are really pretty, but what else?

Infinix’s brand new Note 30 series has just launched, and we managed to get our hands on both models, the Infinix Note 30 and the Infinix Note 30 Pro. Known for their affordable yet feature-packed smartphones, what surprises has Infinix packed in their newest phones?


Infinix Note 30

Infinix Note 30 Pro

  • Processor: MediaTek Helio G99
  • Display: 6.78 inches, IPS LCD, 1080 x 2460
  • Memory: 8GB RAM, 256GB ROM
  • Main Camera: 64 MP + 2 MP
  • Front Camera: 16 MP
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh, 45W wired
  • Colours: Obsidian Black, Interstellar Blue
  • Processor: MediaTek Helio G99
  • Display: 6.78 inches, AMOLED, 1080 x 2460
  • Memory: 8GB RAM, 256GB ROM
  • Main Camera: 108 MP + 2 MP
  • Front Camera: 16 MP
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh, 68W wired
  • Colours: Magic Black, Variable Gold

Display and Design

First off, the design of both phones is absolutely stunning. We got Interstellar Blue for the Infinix Note 30 and Variable Gold for the Note 30 Pro, both of which have a matte, iridescent finish that not only feels great in hand but is also very pretty. The Infinix Note 30 Pro, especially, shines with every colour of the rainbow depending on the angle you’re looking from. One thing’s sure: you’ll never get bored of looking at the phone!

Besides that, the Note 30 Pro has a raised camera module with a metallic accent that makes the phone look much more sophisticated than the price suggests.

Both the Infinix Note 30 and Note 30 Pro have a 6.78-inch screen with 1080 X 2460 resolution, but the Note 30 has an IPS LCD screen while the Note 30 Pro gives you an AMOLED screen display. Placed side-by-side, the Note 30 Pro’s screen is noticeably brighter and easier to look at under direct sunlight.

Camera & Performance

Both models in the Note 30 series have triple cameras, the main difference between them being the 108MP main camera for the Note 30 Pro and the 64MP main camera for the vanilla Note 30. The results taken with these phones aren’t really much different, at least not at a quick glance. Thanks to the AI Cam, though, low-light photos are pretty decent.

The Infinix Note 30 and Note 30 Pro are both powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 processor, which promises energy efficiency and high performance. Combined with the large RAM and storage, both phones are capable of up to 8GB virtual RAM, which gives you a further boost in performance.

Battery – All-Round Fast Charging

One of the main attractions on the Note 30 series is Infinix’s self-developed All-Round Fast Charging feature, which manifests in the 68W All-Round FastCharge for the Note 30 Pro and 45W All-Round FastCaharge for the Note 30. The Note 30 Pro even supports 15W wireless FastCharge. These numbers are pretty impressive, considering the price range these smartphones are in.

Besides charging really quickly, the Note 30 series also has something called the Bypass Mode, which regulates the temperature of the phones while they are charging and allows for simultaneous gaming and charging without overheating the phone.

Price & Availability

The Infinix Note 30 and Infinix Note 30 Pro are priced at RM699 and RM899 respectively.

The Infinix Note 30 Series will be going on sale from 29th May. Starting then until 2nd June, you’ll be able to receive the Limited Infinix x MLBB MSL Championship Gift Box with every purchase of the Note 30 series!

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