According to GSMArena, Infinix will release a new Note 30 series later in May, which will be equipped with the company’s All-Round FastCharge technology, supporting up to 260W wired charging and up to 110W charging. Wireless charging.
It is expected that the Infinix Note 30 mid-range phone will adopt the highest fast charging, but also support wireless fast charging, and the price is less than 300 US dollars.
All-in-one FastCharge isn’t just about speed, it includes features like bypass charging (which disconnects the battery after charging and runs the phone from the charger’s power) and works with industry-standard protocols like USB Power Delivery 3.0, which also supports reverse charging. Battery life is also a focus, with the system staying cool and supporting smart nighttime charging.
Infinix is expected to launch models such as the Infinix Note 30 Pro, Note 30 VIP, and Note 30 5G, as well as a Note 30 (4G) model with a built-in 5000mAh battery.