Infinix Note 40 Pro 5G Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points

Keval Vachharajani

The Note 40 Pro is surely a conversation starter because of its design approach. The look and feel of the device are very premium and its lightweight nature. 


The display is one of the key highlights of this device. It flaunts a beautiful curved AMOLED panel, which produces deep blacks, vivid visuals, and sharp details.  


The Note 40 Pro draws power from the MediaTek Dimensity 7020 chipset. This might not be the fastest chipset in the market, but it’s able to handle daily tasks and more with ease.


It runs on XOS 14, which is based on Android 14 out of the box. Infinix promises two years of Android updates and three years of security updates. 


The 108-megapixel OIS primary camera on the Note 40 Pro delivers satisfactory results in daylight, with crisp details and accurate colours. 


It supports wireless magnetic charging, which is similar to Apple’s MagSafe charging. This is something new in the Android market, and the 5000mAh battery on the device churns out up to seven hours of screen on time on a single charge. 


If you are looking for a smartphone that looks premium, has an impressive display, fantastic audio capabilities, and a dependable camera. The Note 40 Pro should definitely be in your shopping cart.


- Premium design - Magnetic wireless charging - Fast wired charging - Good battery life - Good camera - Clean software

What is Good?

- Not the fastest performance - Sunlight legibilty is low - Only two years of software updates

What is Bad?

- iQOO Z9 - Nothing Phone (2a)