A question I have asked myself a few times is who will deliver a bezel-less smartphone first between TECNO and Infinix Mobility. If the information we have is correct, it looks like Infinix will deliver that treat first. Information about the upcoming Infinix Zero 5 launch event gives us some insights.
I am a huge fan of Infinix Zero 4 Plus, which will be replaced by the Zero 5. It really is a top notch device, and our MobilityArena review unit is still in active service. You can check out the Infinix Zero 4 Plus specifications and review. As a matter of fact, a discussion that pops up here every now and then is what the Zero 5 will be like and when it will arrive.
What To Expect of Infinix Zero 5
Early leaks say that the Zero 5 will feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 12-megapixel and a 13-megapixel lens, as well as optical zoom. The selfie camera should be a 16 megapixels unit.
For muscle, we are expecting a Mediatek Helio P25 chip clocked to 2.4 GHz and matched with 6GB of RAM. You can expect nothing less than a 4,000 mAh capacity battery and quick charging too. Internal storage is looking good at 128 GB.
Ah; yes! there’s the bezel-less display, hopefully with an 18:9 aspect ratio and protected by a Gorilla Glass layer. Size? 6 inches.
We would love to see Android 8 Oreo on this baby. There is no point having it ship with Nougat and keeping fans wondering when Oreo would arrive.
The leaks suggest that the mysterious Infinix X603 is the Zero 5, but with some upgraded specs.
Will it have support for the LTE 28(700) band, like its predecessor? We have no idea yet, but we will find out.
The Infinix Zero 5 Launch Event Heads To Dubai
This year, Infinix heads to Dubai too for the Infinix Zero 5 launch event. We have seen reports that the Infinix Mobility has sent out invites for the event coming up on the 14th of November 2017.
Of course, we will publish all the juicy details of this much anticipated smartphone as we get our hands on them.
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