Infinix, a Chinese smartphone company, has risen to prominence in recent years as one of the top budget-friendly phone manufacturers on the market. The business introduced its premium Zero X series with MediaTek Helio G chipsets last year, and now it’s rumoured that it’s working on a 5G smartphone to raise its smartphone game.
According to a new rumour published by XDA Developers, the next smartphone’s main characteristics, as well as live images, have been revealed. According to reports, it will be released as a Zero series smartphone.
Infinix Zero 5G Specifications (Rumored)
According to the leaked pictures, Infinix’s first 5G phone would have a punch-hole display with a distinct “chin” at the bottom. The device’s back panel will feature a glossy finish with a slightly protruded camera island containing a triple-camera unit with a 48MP primary lens and 30x zoom, according to rumours.
According to the report, the next 5G smartphone would most likely include an LCD panel with a regular refresh rate of 120Hz. A flat display with curving edges may be seen in the photographs. Previous reports from Tech Arena24 on YouTube indicated that the smartphone would have a 6.67-inch AMOLED Full HD+ 120Hz display and a 16-megapixel selfie camera. It’s impossible to say which of these is true.
The handset is likely to be powered by the Dimensity 900 chipset. XDA Developers did not provide any other information on the gadget’s specifications, although the device is likely to have 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, according to leaks from last month. According to the reports, the smartphone would be powered by a 5,000mAh battery that supports 33W rapid charging.
Infinix is rumoured to be launching five new smartphones in the first quarter of 2022, according to Passionategeekz. The Infinix Hot 12 (X6817), Infinix Hot 12i (X665/ X665B), Infinix Zero 5G (X6815), Infinix Note 12 (X670/ X672), and Infinix Note 12 Pro are believed to be among these smartphones (X699).
Apart from the Infinix Zero 5G, no more details about these smartphones are currently accessible. Take all of this information with a grain of salt until we receive formal confirmation from the company about the smartphone and its spec sheet. In the next days, we might hear a lot more about this phone.