Oh yes, Infinix, they specialize in low-cost smartphones with incredible specifications. Are they still fervently passionate for another streak? Well let’s see!
Now, on its 13th iteration, the beefed-up Infinix Note 30 takes center stage with an unmistakable mid-range resume – but with the current price hike of smartphones last year, we are hopeful that the current trend of delivering good phones for less should continue.
But for now, we won’t talk about its performance or what makes the Infinix Note 30, as this is only an unboxing/first impression article, so you’ll have to wait quite a bit for that.
With those out of the question, let’s take an exclusive peek at one of the most anticipated phone this year.
With regards to the design of this phone’s cover, Infinix truly stepped up their game. The “Doom Catalyst” collector’s skin for a Miya, from Mobile Legends, is seen on the cover. This cover demonstrates that Infinix designed this phone with gamers in mind, particularly Mobile Legends players.
A closer look at the phone’s cover art is provided here. The Mediatek Dimensity 6080 5G CPU, model name, and storage choice are all present. It is rather straightforward, and the accents frequently appeal to gamers.
Here it is, the box sans the lid, in all its splendor. Its design is reminiscent of an Infinix device and accentuates its features. It now includes JBL’s new sound system and 45W Fast-charge.
A closer look at the box’s highlighted features.
Yes, another closer look because why not. The box has a textured finish and a sunken design for the phone’s model name.
On its side is another simple model name design. “Note 30 5G”, what a classic name.
On its back is a QR code along with its TUVRheinland certification. This implies that the phone has all the necessary precautions and complies with all its safety standards.
With the unboxing out of the way, we can now proceed with the phone itself!
On to the stunning design of the phone. It features a matte glass back that is smudge-proof and feels smooth to the touch, making it ideal for gamers and people who do not want a phone with a lot of fingerprints—which, we must admit, is very bothersome.
A closer look at the phone’s camera setup. It is a triple camera setup: 108 + 2MP + a QVGA cam. It is pretty capable, with Quad-LED flash, HDR, panorama and can record 1440p videos at 30fps.
The phone has two loudspeakers, located above and below the phone. There is a JBL logo above, indicating a partnership with JBL for its sound tuning. Below the phone is a speaker grill, type C port, and a headphone jack.
Its sim tray is located on its left-side while the volume rocker and power button with a fingerprint scanner is located on its right side. This is a typical design for mid-range smartphones so there’s nothing much to see here.
Before the display, we need to mention the selfie camera first. It is a 16MP camera with a wide sensor. It has Dual-LED flash, HDR and capable of [email protected] video recording.
By the way, the display is really beautiful for a mid-range phone! It has a 6.78-inch 1080p IPS LCD screen and a 120Hz refresh rate, making it more than capable of showing your favorite Netflix shows! It is colorful enough for everyday viewing even if it is not an AMOLED.
The phone definitely looks promising! The design is simple but it has more than enough personality to show that it clamors for gamers and people who loves a phone that is very capable for daily usage. We would love if the camera island is a bit more smaller and less protruted though, but other than that, it is pretty great!
For more information about the phone’s specs, click below: