Phone manufacturers these days are racing to release a device with a 200MP Samsung HP1 sensor, and one of those manufacturers is Infinix, which has just launched its Infinix Zero Ultra smartphone.
The Hong Kong-based company, which designs its phones in France, has placed a 6.8-inch curved-edge AMOLED display on the front of its new device, with FHD+ resolution. In order for the movement through the user interface to be smooth and good visibility, the display refreshes at a rate of 120 HZ and can reach 900 nits.
If the name Ultra leads you to think that this is a flagship device, then you will be disappointed by the fact that this smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 920 chipset. However, this does not mean that the device will not perform well in everyday work – on the contrary, the largest this processor’s competitor is the Snapdragon 778G, which means customers will get more than satisfactory performance.
There is a triple camera system on the back of the device. The main camera is a 200 MP Samsung HP1 sensor with optical stabilization, so there is no doubt that customers will be satisfied with the photos. Unfortunately, the fact that the Infinix Zero Ultra is not a flagship device is best reflected in the fact that recording is limited to 4K 30 fps. Secondary cameras are a 13 MP ultra-wide and a 2 MP depth sensor. The 32MP camera in the display cutout is in charge of selfies.
However, what flagship devices can call the Infinix Zero Ultra phone is the charging speed – the battery with two cells with a capacity of 4,500 mAh is charged at a speed of 180 W, and Infinix claims that the device can be charged in just 12 minutes. Wireless charging support is missing, but buyers will be able to find a GaN charger in the box.
The Infinix Zero Ultra comes in an 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage configuration, in black and white, and customers will have to shell out $520 for it. It is not known if and when it will be on our market.