Infinix Cheetah X1 Chip to power All-Round FastCharge 2.0 in NOTE 40 Series launching on March 18

Infinix this week introduced its own Cheetah X1 chip, the company’s first self-developed chip that will be power the All-Round FastCharge 2.0 in the Infinix NOTE 40 Series.

Highlights of Infinix Cheetah X1 chip
  • Eight Charging Scenarios: From 100W wired charging to wireless and reverse charging (both wired and wireless), the Cheetah X1 handles it all. It even includes special modes for night charging and extreme temperatures.
  • Central Information Hub: The Cheetah X1 acts as the brain of the phone’s charging system. It intelligently distributes power based on real-time needs, optimizing efficiency and protecting battery health.
  • Real-time Monitoring: The high-precision power monitor ensures a perfect balance between charging speed and temperature control, extending battery life.
  • 63-Level Safety Shield: The integrated safety module safeguards against potential risks with automatic intervention and user alerts.
  • Miniaturized Powerhouse: Utilizing advanced packaging technology, Infinix shrunk the Cheetah X1 to an incredibly small size. This translates to faster processing, improved performance, and a lighter, more comfortable phone.
Infinix Note 40 Series

The Infinix Note 40 Series that will be introduced on March 18th will feature All-Round FastCharge 2.0 that includes Wireless MagCharge. The company has confirmed 3D-Curved AMOLED Display for the phone.

The Infinix Note 40 Series launch event starts at 5PM GMT +8 (2:30PM IST), and the company will offer a live stream as usual.

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