In July, Infinix announced its Infinix Concept Phone 2021 with 160W fast charging support. Rumors had begun to circulate before its announcement that claimed it would launch as a zero series of smartphones. While the concept phone may never actually release in the market, the company appears to have plans to launch new Zero branded smartphones as a new handset called the Zero X Neo has emerged at the Google Play Console.
The Infinix Zero X Neo was seen at the Bluetooth SIG authority in June. Now, it has been spotted with its X6810 model number at the Play Console. The listing has revealed that the device will be powered by the MediaTek Helio G90 chipset and 8GB of RAM.
The listing also states that the Zero M is equipped with a Full HD+ display that offers a 480ppi pixel density. It comes pre-installed with Android 11 OS.
The X6810 Infinix phone was also spotted at the Malaysian SIRIM certification site in June. The listing revealed that it may debut in Malaysia with the Infinix Zero M moniker. Moreover, its Geekbench appearance revealed that it will be powered with the Helio G95 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and Android 11 OS.
Hopefully, more reports emerge that clear out this confusion regarding the moniker and specs of the X6810 phone. The Play console listing is a good indicator that it may break cover as soon as this month. It is speculated that the next generation Zero lineup includes two other phones called the Zero X and Zero X Pro.