Infinix recently unveiled its all-new 3D lightning leather technology for smartphones. They introduced technology that mixes classic leather with cutting-edge lighting technology to provide an exceptional experience. The brand revealed in the announcement that the upcoming Infinix Note 30 VIP would be the first smartphone to use this technology. The claimed renders of the next smartphone have now been leaked online ahead of its official release.
Infinix Note 30 VIP renders reveal the complete design
Known tipster Stufflistings has leaked the renders of the upcoming Infinix Note 30 VIP on his Twitter handle. According to the leaked render, the smartphone has a striking black leather-grain rear cover with tri-color LED strips, aimed at Gen Z users. The color combination revealed in the renders is also very appealing. The matt black paired with LED strips does look fantastic.
This design combines vibrant LED lights with translucent TPU leather on the rear cover’s borders to create a one-of-a-kind and eye-catching aesthetic. The new product features a four-layer structure, with a base layer of LED Light Guide Film (LFG) at the bottom that is covered in lightproof paint to improve transmission.
The LEDs can be seen through the translucent TPU leather thanks to the clear fiberglass in the center. The company plans to use the new 3D Lighting Leather technology, together with sound effects, to give dynamic notifications and alerts for multiple apps.
Rumored specifications of Infinix Note 30 VIP Racing Edition
The Infinix Note 30 VIP is an upcoming smartphone with a luxurious look and a fantastic performance. The smartphone, according to rumors, would include a 6.78-inch FHD+ 120Hz 10-bit AMOLED display. The MediaTek Dimensity 8050 SoC will power it. The tablet will also include up to 12GB of RAM and an additional 9GB of virtual RAM to improve multitasking.
The sophisticated VC cooling system, which consists of 11 layers of cooling material, is one of the attractions of the Infinix Note 30 VIP. This technology will provide efficient heat dissipation and avoid overheating problems. The gadget will also use Infinix’s patented UPS technology, which will increase the strength of the cellular and Wi-Fi signals by 20% and 100%, respectively.