Infinix Zero X likely to be Infinix’s 160W fast-charging smartphone

Infinix Zero X

Smartphone brand Infinix is gearing up to release a new smartphone with 160W fast charging.

While this has been the subject of a lot of speculation, some of which we have covered, the company’s Indian arm has come out to confirm the rumours.

So, where does that leave us? This phone we saw recently.

Now, here’s another twist: that phone will be called the Infinix Zero X.

Infinix Zero X

The Zero series is Infinix’s hero smartphone lineup and, usually, presents us with the best that Infinix has to offer. As such, it would only make sense that something like the confirmed 160W fast charging would debut on such a device, right?

We are not alone in thinking like that and, thanks to some reliable tipsters, we know even a little more: it will be Infnix’s first smartphone with wireless charging. Yes, you heard that right. Apparently, the 160W fast charging won’t be the only hero feature. For those that have truly cut the cord and have charging mats everywhere, 50W fast wireless charging will take care of you.

For many, however, we expect that the Infinix Zero X will present them with a chance of owning an affordable smartphone with wireless charging.

If we are to dissect the featured image above, which has refused to go away, then we can confidently make a few other deductions regarding the Infinix Zero X.

That it will have an in/under-display fingerprint sensor is without a doubt. A closer look at the above render reveals a curved display on the front with some of the thinnest bezels we have ever seen on an Infinix device and a very recessed top and chin area. The back, in addition to the Realme-like text, reveals a huge image sensor. The bottom houses the SIM tray and a USB Type-C port.

While we do not yet know, at least on an official basis, what the Infinix device will actually be called, “Infinix Zero X” fits our imagination. If anything, sibling brand Tecno’s upcoming flagship smartphone is the Phantom X so… You can see where we are going with this, right?

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