Infinix Zero X Flagship Leak Reveals 108MP Camera, 160W charging And 50W Wireless Charging Support

Sometime this month, we saw the massive 160W charger from Infinix and couldn't figure out what device or gadget it would be powering. Well, it turns out the monstrous charger will be powering the Infinix Zero X which will also support 50W wire charging.

A tweet from Infinix Pakistan and another from Infinix India confirms the Infinix Zero X will support both charging proprietaries. While we can't hold our excitement over this news, lets look at the specs the Zero X will sport.

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According to the renders shared by Whatmobile Pakistan, the phone is expected to come with a big 108-megapixel camera, and also a big battery size to demand those chargers. 

The Zero X will come with an AMOLED panel and an under screen fingerprint reader. The curved edge display has a camera cutout at the upper-left corner, and there's a thin chin and bezeless sides. The right side of the device has a volume rocker and a power button.

We can't say what RAM and storage configuration this devcei will come in, though we expect to see at least two variants. Internal storage should go as high as 256GB with provision for microSD, while the RAM will be 8GB and 12GB tops.

Talking about the camera setup, the Zero X will sport a rear triple camera setup that includes: a 108-megapixel primary sensor, an ultrawide and, a periscope lens with optical zoom support.

During the launch, the 108MP camera, 1860W charging and 50W wireless charging will be the main attraction. Currently, Huawei has a 135W charger, Oppo has a 125W charger.

Comapnies like Realme, Xiaomi, Reg Magic, Black Shark, Vivo and iQoo all have a 120W charger. However, Xiaomi is testing a 200W charger which it hopes to release later this year.

Infinix hasn't spoken about the Infinix Zero X nor launch date. However, form the look of things chances are that the company will launch this device in the third quarter of the year. And yes, don't expect it to come cheap.

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