Transsion Holdings is the name of the company that sells the Infinix range of smartphones and they have just announced their next device globally, including in the Indian market, the Infinix Zero5. There is another variant with just the internal memory being different, the Infinix Zero5 Pro.
The new Infinix Zero 5 will sport a 5.98-inch display offering a screen resolution of 1080x1920 pixels, which means it is a full HD display. The screen gets protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and the phone has a unibody metal design.
Under its hood, the Infinix Zero5 accommodates a CPU that is octa-core in strength and it is the MediaTek Helio P25 MT6757 chipset that clocks an impressive speed of 2.6GHz. The CPU will receive ample support from 6GB of RAM and the internal storage will be 64GB. The other variant, the Infinix Zero5 Pro will come with 128GB storage and both the devices will have the provision for a microSD card to expand memory.
The phone comes loaded with the Android Nougat 7.0 OS with the in-house XOS 3.0 skin on top, acting as the user interface.
The new normal, dual camera setup can be seen on the rear of this new phone from Infinix. The arrangement has one 12MP sensor which is a Sony IMX386 with an aperture size of f/2.0 and the secondary camera in the setup is a 13MP sensor. This has a f/2.6 aperture and 2x zoom facility. There is the LED flash support as well. The front sensor for selfies is also quite sizeable at 16MP and it also has LED flash support. The fingerprint sensor is on the rear panel.
The Infinix Zero5 and Zero5 Pro are equipped with a massive 4350mAh battery too to lift the overall specifications to the next level. Fast charging facility will be part of the specs.
The connectivity options leave nothing out, including 4GVoLTE.
Champagne Gold, Bordeaux Red, and Sandstone Black are the three colors in which the 2 phones will be sold. In India, the phones are exclusive to Flipkart and the prices for the Infinix Zero5 and Zero5 Pro are Rs 17,999 and Rs19,999 respectively. The online sale commences at midnight on November 22.