Infinix Zero X Design Leaked Ahead of Launch, Will Sport Nexus-4 Like Speckled Back Design

The Infinix Zero X looks similar to that of the Nexus 4.

MediaTek announced the Helio G96 and the Helio G88 chipsets back in July. As of now, we are yet to see a device making use of Helio G96 SoC. Last month, Infinix had teased that it would launch a new smartphone with the Helio G96 processor. The company is yet to reveal the name of the device. Now, ahead of launch, XDA Developer has obtained the images of the device. The publications claim that this new Infinix smartphone will likely launch as the Infinix Zero X. The renders revealed by XDA Developers reveal the design of the handset ahead of launch.

Infinix Zero X Design Revealed Ahead Of Launch

If we have a glance at the leaked images of the Infinix Zero X, we can see that the phone looks similar to that of the Nexus 4. The device has a speckled back cover like that of the Nexus 4 and it features a rectangular-shaped camera module. At the bottom left side, the smartphone has the Infinix branding. The rear-facing camera module includes three cameras which are accompanied by a LED flash. On the front side the device features a punch-hole at the top of the display which will include a selfie camera. The phone has thin bezels and a flat display. The phone’s power button and volume rocker keys are on the right side.

As of now, the specifications of the Infinix Zero X remain to be unknown. We can expect the phone to run Android 11 out of the box. The device might feature a 120Hz display and it could pack a 5000mAh battery. As the days pass we shall get to learn more about the Infinix Zero X if it appears on any certification or benchmark platform in the upcoming days. The above-mentioned specs are speculative and the phone might actually offer a different set of features and specifications. We shall get to learn more from Infinix if it has any plans to launch a new smartphone soon with the Helio G96 SoC.

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