Infinix Zero X Series to Feature Three Models; Next-gen 160W Wired and 50W Wireless Charging

Faisal Rasool

Infinix Zero X flagship has been in the headlines for weeks now; the formal teaser campaign kicked off this week. Infinix will be the first to bring ultra-fast charging to market on a budget. Yesterday, a new leak uncovered more details.

According to the sources, we learn that the Zero X will be available in three different editions - Infinix Zero X Pro, the standard Zero X, and Zero X Neo. The Neo variant belongs to the model number ‘X6810’, and it could be titled Zero M in some markets. Bluetooth SIG has already certified the Zero X Neo/M under the model name.

The publication also notes that the Infinix X Pro will come in a single 8GB+128GB memory and storage configuration. That covers all the information leaked, but Infinix has gone on record to share the charging specs.

As previously seen in a real-world leaked photo, the presumed Zero X is powered by 160W charging technology. Infinix all but confirmed it with a recent tweet. Also, the Zero X will be the first handset in the Infinix price list to feature wireless charging.

It operates at a blazing-fast 50W. It’s unclear if these features are limited to a single variant or spread across the board in the lineup.

The camera system uses a high-resolution 108MP camera, not to mention a periscope lens for lossless zooming. There’s a single-hole punch on the front containing a selfie camera. The display itself has a ‘waterfall’ profile and curves along both edges.


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