Infinix Note 40 5G India launch imminent as phone receives BIS and other certifications

  • Infinix Note 40 5G bears the model number X6852.
  • The Google Play Console listing shows the phone will arrive with an FHD+ display, Dimensity 7020, and Android 14 OS.
  • The phone will be a cheaper option in the Note 40 series.

After launching the Infinix Note 40 Pro and Note 40 Pro+, the company appears to be working on the Infinix Note 40 5G. The new model has now been spotted on the Google Play Console, Geekbench, Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC database. Most importantly, the Note 40 5G has also received the BIS certification, suggesting the India launch could be around the corner. 

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Infinix Note 40 5G appears on various certifications


  • The Infinix Note 40 5G has received the BIS certification, as spotted by MySmartPrice, with the X6852 model number.
  • This suggests the launch of the phone in the country could be around the corner.

Google Play Console

  • The Google Play Console database shows the model number X6852.
  • The Google Play Console shows the phone will be powered by the MT6855V/AZA codename, which could be the Dimensity 7020 SoC. There could be a BXM 8-256 GPU.
  • The chipset will be paired with 8GB of RAM and the phone will boot Android 14 out of the box.
  • The handset will feature an FHD+ display and 480 PPI.


  • The Infinix Note 40 5G Geekbench listing reveals the device scores 802 points in the single-core round and 2032 in the multi-core segment.
  • The Geekbench listing reiterates the phone will be powered by the Dimensity 7050 SoC and this will be paired with 8GB RAM. 

Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC

  • The Wi-Fi Alliance certification reveals there will be support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi. 
  • The FCC certification reveals the Infinix Note 40 5G will pack a 4,900mAh rated battery, which could be marketed as a 5,000mAh battery. 

The render revealed through the certifications reveals a similar design to the other Infinix Note 40 series lineup. We get triple cameras on the back placed in a large rectangular module. The FCC listing confirms there will be support for GPS< NFC, GLONASS, BDS, FM, and more.