Unnamed Infinix 5G Smartphone with Dimensity 900 SoC, 120Hz Display Leaked

Upcoming Infinix Smartphone to have 30X Zooming Capabilities!

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Infinix CEO Anish Kapoor revealed earlier last year that the company will debut its first 5G smartphone in India in January, adding that in addition to the 5G handset, the company expects to introduce seven other products in India in the first half of 2022.

Now in a recent development, live images of an unnamed Infinix smartphone has surfaced online, courtesy of XDADevelopers. Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming Infinix smartphone, its specifications and what we know so far.

Infinix Phone with 40MP Camera, 30X Zoom Launching Soon

While the new report does not identify the device’s name, previously leaked renders suggest it could be the Infinix Zero 5G. The leaked images show off the smartphone in a glossy back, flaunting a triple rear camera array with dual LED flashes and an AI branding.

A big, edge-to-edge display with a fairly large chin and a cutout in the centre to house the selfie camera can be found on the front. The display might also have 120Hz refresh rate, according to the source. Furthermore, based on the shadows around the punch hole, the phone is likely to have an LCD screen rather than an AMOLED panel.

Under the hood, the phone could be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC, with support for 5G. As for the optics, there’s a primary 40MP unspecified sensor with 30X zooming capabilities.

While there’s no confirmation on the Android version the phone will boot out of the box, it is likely to come preloaded with Android 11 with the company’s XOS skin on top. Recently, the brand confirmed that the upcoming Infinix 5G phone will come with a “MemFusion” feature, allowing users to extend RAM by 2GB, 3GB or 5GB.

That said, we do expect to see some more information regarding the smartphone as it inches towards launch. What are some of the features you’d like to see on the upcoming Infinix smartphone? Do let us know in the comments below.

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