Whenever a new device is nearing its launch, it leaves users and tech lovers excited to try them out because they always want an upgraded version of the current model that they have, which they become extremely bored of within a short space of time especially the millennial generation.
There is a healthy competition between all tech giants and 2022 has been a great year for most of them be it Apple, Samsung, OPPO, iQOO, and many others with the former having just hosted the ‘Far Out’ event to launch their new iPhone 14 series of smartphones alongside other Apple devices.
Infinix too is a big gun this year that is all set to launch its new smartphone model called Infinix Zero Ultra 5G as per certain tipsters who are constantly on the lookout for relevant information that they can share with the public prior to the launching of any device and pique their curiosity to gain as much info as possible.
Features & Specifications of Infinix Zero Ultra 5G
Infinix Zero Ultra 5G was recently spotted on the BIS India Database labelled with the model number U1800XIA, which is a subtle hint that the handset will be launched in India in due course and when it was flashed on the website with a 180W fast charging adapter, it left many people excited to learn more about it.
It will come with a 6.7 inch AMOLED display screen and 120Hz refresh rate with a hole punch cutout at the centre that will house a selfie camera along with a 200 megapixel triple rear camera setup that will have an LED flash.
The handset will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 920 5G SoC with a storage variant of 8GB RAM + 256G internal configuration. There are reports that it will be launched with in single storage configuration that may cost anywhere between Rs.25,000 to Rs.30,000, which many users might find affordable.
Coming to the battery power, it might be 4,700mAh units that will support 180W Thunder charge technology while the device itself, if reports are to be believed, could charge a 4,500mAh battery up to 50% in just 4 minutes.
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