Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Infinix Zero X Flagship specs leaked

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Infinix is reportedly planning to launch a brand new flagship in multiple markets, earlier this week, Infinix India teased the arrival of a new device with 160W charging.

A tweet on Infinix Pakistan’s handle also revealed that their upcoming flagship will support 50W wireless charging. The device is expected to be released as the Infinix Zero X.

A Pakistan-based publication shared a render of the Infinix Zero X, the poster gave us some peeks into the specs of the device. This device will most likely be the successor to last year’s Infinix Zero 8.

Infinix Zero 8 poster

The Infinix Zero X will have a 108-megapixel camera and will feature an AMOLED panel that will be integrated with an under-the-display fingerprint scanner. The curved edge display has a punch-hole camera located in the upper-left corner. The right edge of the device has the volume controls and the power button.


The rear camera setup of the Infinix Zero X will include an ultrawide snapper apart from the main 108MP sensor and will have a periscope lens with optical zoom support.

The star of the device will be the 160W ultra-fast charging and its compatibility for 50W wireless charging.

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Apart from this, not much is known about the Infinix Zero X, the Chinese brand may decide to launch the device in Q3 of 2021. The pricing of the device is unknown.

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