Infinix is one of the fastest growing smartphone makers in India. The company has been selling phones in various regions of Asia and Europe since 2013. The smartphone maker is reportedly focusing on a smartphone that will come with 160W fast charging support. In fact, the 160W fast charging brick by the brand had leaked online a week ago.
A report by XDA Developers now reveals the design of this mysterious smartphone. The leaked design reveals a couple of things about the smartphone although not much.
Infinix 160W Smartphone: Leaked Design
The above design renders of the upcoming Infinix smartphone reveals some important things to note. For starters, the Infinix smartphone will come with a dual rear camera setup. One will be a depth sensor as well. Moreover, an LED flash can be seen as well. Additionally, the Infinix smartphone will come with stereo speakers and a USB Type-C port for charging. Furthermore, the renders reveal a 3D glass display with a punch-hole design at the front. This punch-hole display is located on the top-left corner of the display.
Earlier, as mentioned before, an Inifinix 160W charging brick had surfaced online. Now, this smartphone surfaces online and this could hint at this being the smartphone that supports the 160W charging brick. Additionally, at the back of this mysterious smartphone, the letter ‘NOW’ is written. This is at par with other smartphones like the Realme GT 5G and Realme 8 Pro which have a similar stylized pattern. This is definitely a completely new design than what Infinix usually goes with.
Moreover, Infinix is mostly known for making affordable smartphones at an amazing price. This is a shift from the normal for the company. Looks like the company is now focusing on coming up with high-tech smartphones to compete with bigger brands in the segment.
Recently, Infinix launched their Note 10 Pro in India. The smartphone is powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 SoC. Additionally, the smartphone comes with a 6.95-inch 90Hz LCD display. The smartphone runs on the latest Android 11 as well, right out of the box.
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