Infinix Zero 8 announced with some cool designs and hardware specifications one of the most obvious being the 90Hz refresh rate the device comes with. The Zero series are usually the high-end Infinix smartphone line-up so it’s not surprising to see some mid-range high quality features on the device’s line up.
The device also sports a unique camera design which is a rhombus-shaped camera module with the primary sensor being 64MP and powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T SoC.
The back camera is a Sony IMX686 main sensor that can record 4K resolution videos with EIS then supported by an 8MP ultrawide angle sensor and other two smaller 2MP low and depth sensing cameras.
The front facing camera is a dual setup consisting of a 48MP and 8MP selfie camera in a pill-shaped cutout on the device’s 6.85-inch IPS LCD display. The touch sampling is 180Hz with a 90Hz high refresh rate for a budget smartphone.
Powering up the device’s processor is an 8GB of RM and 128GB pf internal storage which can be expanded using a MicroSD card.
It also runs the current Android 10 out of the box with the Infinix XOS 7 on top of it. It also has a 4500 mAh battery with 33W SuperCharge support. The device includes the headphone jack, has an FM radio receiver and side mounted fingerprint scanner.
The Infinix Zero 8 will go on sale on August 31 with a retail of $258, though a limited-time promo bumps it down to $211. Elsewhere, we’re expecting the phone to go global on September 1 with a $250 price tag.