Infinix Zero Ultra 5G booked the launch on October 5th, announced officially via Twitter

Infinix is set to launch its all-new Infinix Zero Ultra 5G on 5th October 2022 globally. It was announced via Twitter saying, “Get ready to explore beyond. See you on October 5th!” and it’s described as “Explore beyond the limits of your imagination”. This Smartphone has been in rumours for the past couple of weeks, and it is expected to launch with the fastest charging technology yet.

Infinix via AliExpress Store

As we all have witnessed 120W Xioami 11i Hypercharge 5G and Black Shark 4 and 5 series, 150W Realme GT NEO 3 and OnePlus 10R 5G and also so many teasers came across different Watt charging smartphones such as 125W Realme Race Pro and Oneplus 10 Pro, 150W SuperVOOC with BHE(Battery Health Engine) by Oppo, 200W iQOO 10 Pro 5G, and also a 240W SuperVOOC Oppo Find X5 Pro+ where all these teasers just exist on paper, however some we might expect to launch.

On the company’s official Ali Express store, a video reveals that this fastest charging smartphone from Infinix will feature 180W Thunder Charge, which will be the fastest charging handset from Infinix ever. In addition, alleged live images of this smartphone also surfaced online suggesting getting a 200MP main camera with an OIS(Optimised Image Stabilisation) and a Processor of MediaTek Dimensity 920Infinix Zero Ulta 5G is expected to have Infinix X6820 model number, 8GB RAM, 256GB Internal Storage, and run Android 12.

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While the launch time has not yet been announced, the company revealed its corporate partnership renewal with Royal Museums Greenwich to launch this new Infinix Zero Ultra 5G. This Royal Museums Greenwich organization has four museums across Greenwich, London. One of these museums is the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. It is historically significant as the Prime Meridian passes through it and has an observatory code of 000.

As we see in the video shared via Twitter, there are stars and a planet suggesting there is satellite connectivity like we’ve seen in Apple devices. Rumours suggest it is related to photography.

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