Infinix Note 40 Series Launched on Ugandan Market with a Promise of the Fastest Charging Ability

Infinix Uganda have launched their flagship device in the Note series, the Infinix Note 40 with the promise of the fastest fast-charging ability that is set to revolutionise the smartphone experience.

The device which is said to have the ability to charge from 1% to 50% in just 8 minutes was launched on Thursday evening at an event held at Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in the capital Kampala.

Coming in three variants, the Note 40, Note 40 Pro and Note 40 Pro+ 5G, the phone is one that will change every Ugandan’s perspective about smartphones and go a long way to solve the issues surrounding smartphone usage.

The Infinix Note 40, on top of its charging abilities embodies more exciting features like the AI charging protection from overcharging which means a user doesn’t have to worry if they slept off while ther device was plugged in to power and like its predecessor, the Infinix Note 40 also allows wireless charging.

The device has a sleek design with a 3D curved Amoled display giving it a classy look

“At Infinix, we aim to give users a fast service to enable them to keep up with their lifestyle by improving technology and working with partners like Airtel, Easy Buy and Take Now to make high quality smartphones easily available to Ugandans,” said Barnett Fan, the Brand Manager for Infinix.

“In today’s fast-paced world, where every second counts, consumers demand technology that keeps up with their lifestyle. The Infinix Note 40 offers an unparalleled combination of performance, style, and affordability,” he added.

The event was graced by the State Minister of Finance for Investment and Privatization Evelyne Anite who thanked Infinix for their continuous innovation in technology and their efforts to make sure Ugandans get quality smartphones at affordable rates.

The minister further lauded the phone manufacturers for the efforts they are making toward constructing a mobile phone assembling plant in Uganda saying this will save the a lot of taxes and also create many jobs for Ugandans.

“I want to thank you very much for purchasing your land where you are going to set up your factory. People are always saying that government gives out free land to investors but you are different, you bought your own land,” said Anite.

“I want to encourage you to expedite your processes and start assembling phones in Uganda so that you can stop suffering with too much tax on imported phones.”

Anite who officially launched the phone promised Infinix investor that they would enjoy zero tax on phone parts being imported to the country giving them an advantage over those who import already finished devices because their 10% tax will stay and could even be increased.

The Infinix Note 40 series is already available on the market for sale at UGX949,000 for the Note 40, UGX1,197,000 for the Note 40 Pro and UGX1,461,000 for the Note 40 Pro+ 5G.

Interested buyers can get the phones on cash or instalments from Infinix’s device financing partners like easy Buy and Take Now. All one needs to do is make a 30% down payment and they can start using the device while making small monthly instalments.

Buyers of the Infinix Note 40 Series will also enjoy 5GB free data from Airtel that will be loaded monthly for three months.

Paul Mugume