Infinix unveils Note 30, Note 30 5G, Note 30 Pro with All-Round FastCharge
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Infinix just launched on its website three new phones - say hello to the Note 30, Note 30 5G, and Note 30 Pro. All three are advertised with Infinix’s All-Round FastCharge technology, bringing high-rate charging, both wired and wireless, to the family. Pricing was not detailed, but Infinix confirmed all three phones will cost under $300, while the cheapest of them - the Note 30 will be just $230. Infinix Note 30 The vanilla version of the series comes with a Helio G99 chipset and 8 GB RAM....

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