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Infinix captures Lamu attention during NOTE 30 series launch

Smartphone brand Infinix over the weekend was the talk of the island during the launch of their latest release, the NOTE 30 Series.

From fireworks to the praise by Lamu Governor Issa Timamy, it was a night to remember on the secluded island.

Others who were also present included Infinix brand ambassadors Chef Ali, Minnie Kariuki, Justgymit, Actress Jackie Vike and Cate Actress

This latest offering from the Infinix series includes NOTE 30 Pro, NOTE 30 VIP, and NOTE 30 and features the brand’s hallmark charging capabilities, with an improved All-Round Fast Charge solution that can reach up to 68W wired and 15W wirelessly.

Speaking during the launch at the Majilis Resort, Lamu Governor, Issa Timamy, who was the chief guest said that he was honoured to witness a significant event in the world of technology.

“Infinix is known for its commitment to innovation and excellence. Lamu is embracing technological developments to bring prosperity to our people. From today I will have the county government only acquire the new Infinix NOTE 30 series for all our employees,” he said during the launch.

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At the event, Infinix disclosed that it currently holds 10 per cent market share in Kenya, positioning it among the top three smartphone brands in the country. In the high-end segment, the company says it has a 3% market share.

However, Infinix has set an ambitious target to capture 30% of the market share by 2026.

To achieve this goal, the company is focusing on various marketing and corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts to reach more Kenyans.

“We are dedicated to making a change this year. Everyone is dedicated. We need to target digital marketing. We want to do many localisation activities,” said Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix.

Infinix has partnered with Safaricom, Kenya’s leading telecommunications provider, to make the Note 30 series more accessible to Kenyans.

“We are committed to putting LTE smartphones into as many hands as possible, with Transsion, Infinix’s parent company, accounting for 50% per cent of devices on their network,” said a Safaricom representative.

The NOTE 30 Series boasts a smooth and responsive 120Hz refresh rate display and an ultra-clear triple camera system with lenses up to 108MP.

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Infinix has also partnered with JBL for upgraded tuned sound, and created Ultra Powerful Signal technology, offering users incredible performance and efficiency like never before on an Infinix device.

The NOTE series aims to provide users with a powerful phone that can keep them connected to the world, anytime and anywhere.

To achieve this, they developed the first-ever All-Round Fast Charge solution, which not only delivers speed but also ensures safety, intelligence, and flexibility. With this solution, users can take charge of their lives in all scenarios, 24/7.

“All devices have a premium display, ultra-clear camera, JBL-tuned sound system, and advanced connectivity capabilities. We are confident that the NOTE 30 Series is a top choice for power users seeking an unbeatable value,” noted Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix.

Infinix’s NOTE 30 Series comes packed with groundbreaking new charging innovations. The NOTE 30 Pro features 68W All-Round FastCharge, which can charge its 5000mAh battery from 1% to 80% in just 30 minutes.

The series portfolio features a 120Hz refresh rate display that benefits from Infinix’s Smart Refresh and Magellan Engine. These features enable the device to adjust its refresh rate based on the user’s scenario, providing a smoother experience while consuming less power.

Infinix’s NOTE 30 Pro offers a viewing experience like no other. The 10-bit AMOLED display has a peak brightness of 900 nits, a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, 1920Hz PWM Dimming, and 360Hz Touch Sampling Rate.

It is also fully equipped with powerful internals specifically designed to empower the user to get more out of their day. The NOTE 30 Pro and NOTE 30 4G use powerful MediaTek Helio G99 processors, with a 6nm process for energy efficiency and high performance.

It also features an impressive triple-camera system. The Infinix NOTE 30 Pro and NOTE 30 VIP come with a whopping 108MP ultra-high pixel primary camera that captures every moment with maximum sharpness and crystal-clear transparency.

It comes with an impressive 8GB+256GB of memory, with an Extended RAM technology upgrade of 8GB+8GB (equivalent to 16GB) for superior multitasking performance and storage capabilities.

Running on XOS 13 built on Android 13, the NOTE 30 Series delivers a sleek user interface, new sound design, and motion graphics. XOS 13 also offers upgraded PC connection 2.0, Lightning Multi-Window, and Notepad features, ensuring a personalized and intuitive experience.

The NOTE 30 VIP, NOTE 30 Pro, and NOTE 30 will retail at Sh45,999, Sh33,999, and Sh27,999 respectively, and will be available in Classic Black, Interstellar Blue, or Sunset Gold. Prices and availability for the NOTE 30 Series will vary from retailer to retailer.

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