Infinix Zero 8, Zero 8i Launch Set for September 7, Tipped to Feature 90Hz Display, 33W Fast Charging

The Infinix Zero 8-series appears to be the new flagship series from the company.


Infinix has all set to announce a new smartphone series called the Zero 8 Series and it said to be unveiled on 7 September in Kenya. Now Infinix has not revealed much in the way of specifications of the device but based on a couple of leaks it appears to be the new flagship series from the company. Being primarily a budget market vendor, the Zero 8-series could mark a new entry into the bustling mid-range market.

Infinix Zero 8: Expected Specifications

The Zero 8 was spotted by us on Google Play Listing a while back which revealed some key specifications of the device. The phone is said to come with MediaTek G90 SoC along with 8GB RAM. As for the display, the Zero 8 happens to pack in an FHD+ (1,080 x 2,460) panel with a 480ppi pixel density and 90Hz refresh rate. The Zero 8 is also said to have a touch sampling rate of 180Hz, which should be helpful while gaming. On the software side of things, the device packs in Android 10 which will run on Infinix’s proprietary skin. A dual punch-hole will be present on the front of the device which indicates two selfie shooters of which one is said to be a wide-angle lens.

On the subject of cameras, the phone is said to pack in a quad-camera layout with the primary sensor being a 64MP sensor while the other sensors are currently unknown. From earlier teasers by Infinix, the design of the camera housing does resemble that of a prism. An earlier TUV Rhineland certification had revealed that the device will be packing in a 4,400mAh battery which is said to come with fast charging support. Apart from this, there is very little to know about the Zero 8.

In India, it is believed that the Infinix Zero 8 will be priced around the Rs 13,000 to Rs 15,000 mark. There is going to be another device in the series which is called the Zero 8i that happens to be more in the budget category. We should know for sure when the devices are announced.