Infinix collaborates with Jio to conduct 5G trials: Details inside

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Handset maker Infinix has joined hands with India’s largest telecom service provider Jio to conduct 5G trials for their upcoming future-ready Zero 5G smartphone which is set to be launched on February 14.

As a part of the virtual lab trial, the device was thoroughly tested through various scenarios to verify its capability and performance for delivering enhanced 5G end-user experiences.

According to Infinix, after undergoing rigorous lab trials, Zero 5G achieved stellar results in the downloading speed. The results further determined the promptness and capabilities of the smartphone in bringing an immersive and reliable 5G mobile experience to users.

Interestingly, the Infinix Zero 5G will be compatible with 13 major bands that are maximum in the price segment, including SA Band: – n1/n3/n5/n7/n8/n20/n28/n38/n40/n41/n77/n78/n79 and NSA: – n41/n77/n78/n79. The vast range of bands supported by the device promises improved connectivity and performance to the users.

Anish Kapoor, CEO – Infinix India, said, “Zero 5G will be our first 5G smartphone to be launched globally after successfully launching multiple 4G smartphones. 5G networks will enable faster data transfer rates compared to 4G networks. Moreover, 5G is more efficient in spectrum usage and has lower latency. With the Zero 5G, we aim to offer a higher performance in terms of faster download speed, faster gaming experience. The improved efficiency will empower new user experiences and will make industry collaborative and efficient.”

“We are delighted to partner with one of the most advanced and reliable networks in the country, Jio, in our endeavor of enabling our customers to seamlessly connect with the rest of the world and transform their lives. The success of this lab trial with Jio highlights the true potential of our upcoming device in bringing high-quality 5G experience in the hands of our customers,” he added.

Introducing a 5G smartphone ahead of the submission of final 5G pricing recommendations by TRAI is a strategic move by Infinix which indicates that the company is committed to taking its customers one step ahead of the rest with a 5G smartphone that embraces technology and innovation.

Also Read: Infinix Zero 5G India launch on Feb 14: Details inside

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