Infinix Zero Ultra Globally Debuts with 200MP OIS Camera & World-First 180W Thunder Charge

Sohail Akhtar

Time to get excited; Infinix has finally unveiled its 200MP camera phone. Dubbed "Zero Ultra," the new Infinix Zero 20 sibling showcases some of the brand's most innovative features and flagship-oriented specs. The phone will likely garner extreme attention from enthusiasts, thanks to its world-first charging speed and camera setup.

Design-wise, the Infinix Zero Ultra mimics Galaxy Notes from Samsung, with a boxy form factor and curved edges; however, the corners are slightly rounded, so it's better to grip. There's a center-aligned selfie camera on top of the screen. Both front and back glass have 3D curvature giving it a premium aesthetic.

Although there's a black option, Infinix emphasizes its Coslight Silver color, which boasts a star-glazed backplate texture endowing it with a unique identity. The Ultra Zero has an AMOLED 3D curved screen flooding the phone's full front view. It spans flawlessly from corner to corner with a 6.8-inch size and FHD+ 1080p resolution.

With Extra-high brightness at 900 nits, the new Zero Model refreshes the screen at 120Hz. For optics, the latest Infinix Ultra mobile uses an excessively dense 200MP resolution camera with built-in OIS, a 13MP ultra-wide lens, and an assistive 2MP sensor. The lens trio sits on a sizable squarish camera plate. Up front, a 32MP selfie shooter hides under a small punch hole.


Mediatek's Dimensity 920 engine lives at the core of the phone. Based on TCMC's 6nm processing, the CPU runs the system at a max 2.5GHz clock. The engine hooks up to a 4500mAh battery capable of a full recharge in under 12 minutes, thanks to the manufacturer's world-first 180W Thunder Charge. 

For those worried about safety risks, the phone features 111 battery protection features, two real-time heat sensors, and two separate safety certifications. The phone bears a 520$ price tag for the 8+256GB variant. The phone is out globally and should soon set sail for Pakistani shores with an overwhelming price tag.  


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