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.
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