Infinix recently unveiled its 160W concept phone that charges a 4000 mAh battery in 10 minutes. The Infinix Concept Phone was rumoured to launch as the Zero X. Another phone that was previously spotted is the Infinix X Neo. The device was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website. It revealed some details like the device’s model number and the Bluetooth standard support. Now, the phone has been spotted on the Google Play Console. The listing reveals some key specs of the device. An image attached also reveals the front panel design of the device. Let’s take a look at the Infinix Zero X Neo specs, features, and other leaked details.
Infinix Zero X Neo Google Play Console
Infinix could launch the Zero X Neo very soon. The device has been spotted on the Google Play Console ahead of the official launch. The listing on Google Play Console reveals some key details of the Infinix phone. It has the model number X6810. The device had previously visited the Bluetooth SIG website with the same model number.
The Google Play Console listing reveals that the phone will have a MediaTek Helio G90 series SoC under the hood. The processor has two Cortex A76 cores and six Cortex A55 cores each clocked at 2GHz. It is paired with a Mali G76 GPU. The variant listed on the Google Play Console Supported Devices listing has 8GB of RAM. We can expect Infinix to launch the phone with 6GB of RAM as well.
The device runs Android 11 out of the box. It has a Full HD+ display and a screen density of 480 DPI. It further reveals that the device will have a centrally aligned punch-hole display at the top. The display size and other details like battery capacity, camera specs, etc., remain unknown at the moment.
The phone could also launch as the Infinix Zero M. It was spotted on the SIRIM Malaysia website with the same model number. The listing revealed the moniker of the device. The Zero M was spotted on Geekbench with a G95 SoC. We can expect more clarity on the device specifications in the coming days as we get closer to the launch.
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