All three smartphones that are supposedly part of the Infinix series that’s launching globally September 13 are already on Google Play Console.
(Update, September 27: Check out our unboxing of the Infinix Zero X Pro!)
(Update, September 23: The Infinix Zero X Pro and Infinix INBook X1 Pro are coming to the Philippines!)
(Update, September 13: The Infinix Zero X Pro, Infinix Zero X, and Infinix Zero X Neo are official!)
The listings of the Infinix Zero X (model number X6811B), Infinix Zero X Pro (model number X6811), and Infinix Zero X Neo (model number X6810) are up, complete with some renders and key specs. Frankly, we’re not sure if all of them will be announced at the same time. After all, the media invite says, “The Observatory [Royal Observatory Greenwich] will be the launch location of Infinix’s brand-new smartphone that features ground-breaking photography technology…” But who knows? The brand could be referring to a lineup.
What do the Google Play Console listings show?
According to the information spotted online, the Infinix Zero X, Infinix Zero X Pro, and Infinix Zero X Neo are all powered by a MediaTek Helio G96 chip. The tweet below now makes sense even more. And also why Realme said the Realme 8i — which was unveiled yesterday, September 9 — is India’s first Helio G96 phone and the Realme 8s 5G is the world’s first Dimensity 810 handset. No “world” claim for the former.
It seems that all three smartphones have the same outed features: a full HD+ punch-hole screen with a 480ppi pixel density, 8GB of RAM, and Android 11. It might be that they differ in the camera and battery departments.
Infinix Zero X, Infinix Zero X Pro, and Infinix Zero X Neo on Google Play Console
There were pictures of a 108-megapixel Infinix camera phone sent to India-based site GSMArena yesterday, and you can see one of them at the top; it’s the feature photo of this article. That could very well be any of the Infinix Zero X series devices. It looks like the one in the image that was published on XDA Developers.
If it is, then expect a speckled back a la the Nexus 4’s, a 13mm ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a periscope camera with a 125mm focal length, 5x magnification, and an f/3.4 aperture.
The launch is only three days away, so we’ll know by then if everything that has leaked out thus far is accurate. Hopefully, at least one of the mobiles will become available in the Philippines, too.
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