Infinix Note 30 5G Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points
The Infinix Note 30 5G has a boxy design with flat edges. Its rear panel changes colour in direct sunlight, shifting between green and yellow based on the tilt angle.
The Note 30 5G boasts a 6.78-inch FHD+ IPS LCD screen, delivering sharp and vibrant visuals.
The Infinix Note 30 5G handled our daily tasks well. Be it using Google Chrome for web browsing or scrolling through social media apps, we did not face any jitter.
The Infinix Note 30 5G runs Android 13-based XOS v13.0 out of the box, and is filled with bloatware, some of which cannot be uninstalled.
It houses 108MP + 2MP + 2MP rear cameras and in ample lighting conditions, the primary sensor captures well-detailed and contrast-y images. The dynamic range was also controlled well.
After running social media apps, watching a web show, and playing a couple of rounds on BGMI, we fetched about 7 hours of screen-on-time from the 5,000mAh battery of the Infinix Note 30 5G, which is impressive.
The Infinix Note 30 5G is a major upgrade from the Note 12 5G, featuring a premium design, vibrant high-refresh-rate screen, capable primary sensor, and good battery life.
- Good primary camera - 45W fast and reverse charging - Premium design - Good battery life
What is Good?
- Inconsistent skin tone in selfies - Lacklustre software - Not for gaming
What is Bad?
- POCO X5 5G - Tecno Pova 5 Pro 5G - Realme 11x 5G