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First look at the Infinix Zero X Pro

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Infinix may launch the Zero X Pro in the market, it could be the company’s next solid mid-ranger. The specs of the Infinix Zero X Pro have surfaced online which also suggests that the smartphone is launching real soon.

A YouTube channel that goes by the name Tech Arena24 has tipped the specs of the Infinix Zero X Pro.

We may get to see the Infinix X Pro along with the Zero X Pro. Coming to the Infinix Zero X Pro, it will feature a 6.7″ AMOLED display with a punch-hole cutout in the front. A 16MP selfie shooter will be housed in the cutout.

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Coming to the rear camera specifications of the Infinix Zero X Pro, the setup as a whole looks a bit odd, from the render we can see that it clearly is protruding but it is a powerful setup. Featuring a triple camera setup with a 108MP primary sensor from Samsung with an Ultrawide-angle-lens and a Periscope lens with up to 60X zoom, it will fail to not impress you!

The Infinix Zero X Pro will be powered by the MediaTek Helio G96 SoC and will arrive in only an 8GB+128GB variant.

The device will have an integrated fingerprint scanner in the display and will run on Android 11 OS out-of-the-box.

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Infinix has provided support for Infinix Voice Assistant in the Infinix Zero X Pro as well.

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