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Infinix Zero Ultra 5G Incoming On October 5

- Updated: 27th Sep 2022, 23:01 IST

Earlier this week, Infinix has taken over Twitter to make an announcement regarding the launch of Infinix Zero Ultra 5G. The launch date is on October 5, 2022. The much-in-news Smartphone is about to make its debut soon. According to some reports, the smartphone is equipped with the fast charging technology offered by the company.

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Infinix Zero Ultra 5G Specifications

The new smartphone has 180W Thunder Charging System. It is the fastest offering by the company as of yet. According to some pictures online, the phone might have a 200- megapixel main camera and a MediaTek Dimensity 920 SoC under the hood.

The live images online also suggest that they are the images of Infinix Zero Ultra 5G. According to this, the smartphone may have a triple rear camera setup with a 200- megapixel main sensor. The primary shooter will come with optical image stabilization (OIS). The phone may also have a 32-megapixel front camera.

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It may run on Android 12. It may even have the same model number as Infinix X6820. The storage combination of 8GB RAM+ 256GB storage can be part of the smartphone. It can even provide RAM extension technology which may offer 12GB of storage.

About The Launch Of Infinix Zero Ultra 5G

The timing of the launch of the new phone is still not out. Although the company hinted that they had renewed their corporate partnership with Royal Museums Greenwich to launch the new smartphone.

Royal Museums Greenwich is an organization that has four museums across Greenwich, London. One of those museums is Royal Observatory, Greenwich. It is historically important as the Prime Meridian passes through it and has an observatory code of 000.

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The Twitter announcement of the launch has the figures of stars and a planet which may be a teaser for satellite connectivity, just like Apple’s ‘Far Away’event. But the rumours suggest it to be a photography-related mode.