In October 2022, Infinix released another model in its Infinix Note 12 series, i.e., Infinix Note 12 (2023). The smartphone was powered by the Helio G99 chipset and is one the best in its price segment. The latest industry leaks hint that the company is planning to launch successor models.
This morning, the Infinix Note 30 (carrying model number: Infinix-X6833B) was listed on the Google Play Console listing, indicating that new Note series models are coming. However, instead of naming it the Infinix Note 13 series, the company has gone straight to the Note 30 series.
As mentioned in the certification, this would be the standard variant of Infinix Note 30. The certification reveals that this model would be equipped with a single punch-hole flat display that would support Full-HD+ (2460*1080p) resolution and 480 DPI screen density.
Regarding the chipset, the standard Infinix Note 30 would be powered by MediaTek’s Helio G99 chipset. The chipset is based on a 6nm manufacturing process and consists of the following cores: 2x Cortex-A76 Performance cores (clocked @2.2GHz) and 6x Cortex-A55 Energy-efficient cores (clocked @2.0GHz). The chipset is also equipped with Mali-G57 MC2 GPU (clocked @1068MHz).
It is worth mentioning that the same chipset also powered the predecessor model (Infinix Note 30). In addition to Helio G99, the Infinix Note 30 is equipped with 8 Gigs of RAM and runs on the latest Android 13 OS.
At the moment, there is no news from the official site. However, it is expected that Infinix might launch this device very soon.