What follows twelve? Ask Infinix, and they might say 30. The Infinix Note 30 (also known as the Infinix-X6833B) has appeared on the Google Play Console, following the company’s release of a 2023 version of the Note 12 a few months ago.
The Note 12 Pro, which was released by the business in July 2022, was the first device to use the Helio G99 chipset. The Note 30 will utilise the same chipset that was used in the Note 12 (2023) updates.
The new phone will run Android 13 and be powered by a Helio G99 processor, according to the GPC.
1,080 by 2,460 pixels is mentioned as the display resolution. (20.5:9 aspect ratio). This aspect ratio is a little bit higher. (the Note 12 series used 20:9 displays). The Note 30 series will also do away with the notch in favour of a punch hole for the selfie camera, judging by the picture displayed by the GPC.
For now, Infinix is keeping the debut date of the new Note 30 series a secret, but since the vanilla Note 12 was released in mid-April, the coming few weeks would be an ideal time to introduce its replacement.