Early this week, we published a list of smartphones that’ll likely make their debut outside of China this month of February alone and one of them was Infinix Zero 5G which was expected to make its arrival on the Indian market.
A newer report has it that the Chinese smartphone maker has now pushed the release of the device to Feb. 14th.
The report was gotten based on a new banner shared that showed a new launching date to be Feb. 14th, 10 noon. However, there was a previous banner that had a Feb. 8th on it.
One thing though is the fact that the device could make its official debut in India by Feb. 8th while hitting shelves by Feb. 14th according to suggestions.
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About the Infinix Zero 5G, the smartphone maker made it known that the device will be focused more on speed and connectivity. In terms of specifications, the device will get MediaTek Dimensity 900 5G chipset and will be equipped with a fast LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage with 13 5G bands which should produce a really great experience for users.
The design of the device is quite similar to OPPO Find X3 and there are some official-looking renders flying across the internet that gave the clue about what to expect when the device debut this month.
The Infinix Zero 5G is also expected to sport a moderate 6.67-inch panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and an HD+ resolution. In the camera department, you can expect a 48MP primary sensor and a big 5,000mAh battery with a fast 33W fast charging and Infinix’s XOS out of the box – built upon Android 11.