Infinix Zero 30 5G Caught Live on Camera; Leaked With Specifications and Design

Sohail Akhtar

Infinix, a name synonymous with innovation, has been making waves with its diverse product repertoire. The brand has cemented a reputation for delivering premium handsets on a budget. The upcoming Infinix Zero 30 5G is a testimony to that reputation. The phone is due for launch by the end of this month.

While the exact launch date remains hidden, Infinix has tantalized the tech community with sneak peeks of Zero 30 5G's design and core specifications. Even before its official debut, this powerhouse has left its mark across various certification platforms such as Geekbench, Bluetooth SIG, and Google Play Console.

The latest scoop, courtesy of GSMArena, shares exclusive live images of the Infinix Zero 30 5G. This sneak peek unveils a formidable 50MP front-facing camera, promising stunning selfies and 4K video recording at 60fps. The rear camera arrangement is still unknown, but one thing's for sure – the primary sensor will sport Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

Under the surface, reports suggest that the Zero 30 5G will boast 12GB of RAM alongside a groundbreaking 9GB virtual RAM technology, culminating in a remarkable 21GB for seamless performance. The Infinix's latest 5G mobile will also offer 256GB of internal storage, ensuring ample space to house your high-resolution 4K recordings.

The leaked images showcase the smartphone's sleek design, featuring a centered punch-hole display with gracefully curved edges and slim bezels. The right side houses the convenient power and volume rocker buttons. It allegedly bears IP53-certification, promising dust and water resistance. 

Earlier teasers have officially divulged tidbits about the screen, confirming the presence of a 10-bit AMOLED display with a captivating 60-degree curvature. The smartphone will bring a stylish rectangular rear camera module, and enthusiasts can look forward to alluring Gold and Blue color options.


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