Infinix Zero 5G Is the Brand’s First 5G Phone: Key Details, Oppo Find X3 Pro-inspired Design Leaked

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Infinix Zero 5G

Infinix has been launching quite a few 4G smartphones in India. Most of the company’s smartphones in India are in the entry-level and budget segment. It looks like the company is now gearing up for the launch of a 5G smartphone.

Infinix Zero 5G launch seems imminent. The device’s design renders and other key details have leaked ahead of the official launch. The company has not yet confirmed any details about the device at the moment. It will be the first 5G smartphone from Infinix upon its launch. While we wait for the official confirmation, let’s take a look at the Infinix Zero 5G design renders, specs and other details.

Infinix Zero 5G Design Renders

Infinix Zero 5G design renders have leaked ahead of the official launch. The leaked renders reveal that the phone’s rear is quite similar to Oppo’s Find X3 Pro. The design of the camera module on the back is square-shaped. Rather than sporting a sharp, protruding block, the camera module’s corners further curve into the rear panel, offering a seamless blend. This camera module houses a triple-camera setup on the back with two LED flash modules. There is no word on the camera sensor details at the moment.

At the front, the phone sports a flat display with thin bezels around it. There is a hole-punch cutout at the top centre of the display for the front camera sensor. There is no word on the screen size or its resolution. However, YouTuber Tech Arena24 claims that the device will sport an AMOLED display. It is also said to feature support for a 120Hz refresh rate. We can expect the device to be a mid-range offering, based on these specs along. 

Another piece of information leaked is around the performance unit. The Zero 5G is said to pack a MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC under the hood. We can expect to come with at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Other details of the device remain unknown. The phone is expected to launch in December 2021.

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