Infinix is Working on Phone With Curved Display, In Display Fingerprint Sensor, Periscope Camera and 160W Charging

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Infinix is rumoured to be working on a smartphone that could support 160W fast charging. Details about this particular smartphone were known. A new report has now revealed some key details of the upcoming Infinix smartphone. XDA Developers has leaked the design renders of the device. Based on the renders, the alleged Infinix smartphone is unlike any other device launched by the company in India. It has a bezel-less design with a curved display. The phone also sports a rectangular camera module. Let’s take a look at the design renders of the upcoming Infinix smartphone leaked ahead of the launch.

The design renders suggest that this could be an upper mid-range or a premium offering. It has a curved display with a bezel-less design. The renders suggest that the phone has minimum bezels at the top and bottom of the display. It has a hole-punch camera cutout on the top-left corner. The phone also features an in-display fingerprint scanner. At the bottom edge is the USB Type-C port with the speaker grille. The power and volume keys are located on the right edge.

On the rear panel is a big “NOW” branding, much like what we see on some of Realme’s phone with the “Dare to Leap” branding. It has a rectangular camera module with a significantly large camera cutout. The LED flash is placed inside the triple-camera module.

The report suggests that this device could come with 160W fast charging support. An image of the 160W Ultra Flash Charger has also leaked in the past. This is a significant upgrade for the company, which has launched multiple phones with 10W and 18W fast charging solutions. 

The likes of Xiaomi, Honor, etc., have been working on an ultra-fast charging solution. Xiaomi recently unveiled its 200W HyperCharge technology. However, the tech is still months away from being commercially available. The company’s Mi 11 Ultra supports 67W fast charging. Other smartphone giants like OnePlus and Vivo have also launched their devices with 65W and 66W fast charging solution. 

It would be interesting to see if Infinix confirms the existence of this phone and brings it to India. What are your thoughts on the upcoming smartphone? Do let us know in the comments below.

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