Infinix Zero X Pro can shoot the Moon without costing the Earth




  • 14th, September 2021 (1 week ago)
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Infinix Zero X Pro can shoot the Moon without costing the Earth

The Infinix Zero X Pro looks to be the company's most advanced handset to go on sale yet; with a 108Mp camera, 60x zoom, 45W charging and a 120Hz AMOLED display

By Alex Walker-Todd, Consumer Tech Editor Alex Walker-Todd | 13 Sep 2021

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Hong Kong-based phone maker Infinix just unveiled its latest and greatest handset yet, in the Infinix Zero X Pro. The phone sports an affordable price point – characteristic for the brand – but pushes the envelope in terms of the tech on offer, relative to its existing offerings.


Launched alongside two other variants of the Zero X range (the Zero X and Zero X Neo), the Pro is arguably the company's most advanced smartphone to date (with the exception of its 160W fast-charging concept phone, which was never officially released), particularly when it comes to its camera setup, which features a 108Mp sensor (backed up by optical image stabilisation), as well as a telephoto snapper that sports up to 60x magnification.


The phone's launch was underpinned by input from Dr Emily Drabek-Maunder at the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London, centred around the phone's ability to capture high-fidelity shots of the moon (dubbed 'Super Moon Mode') despite its humble smartphone hardware (relative to the market).


Other highlights include its Nebula Black finish – the styling of which is reminiscent of a galaxy of stars – along with a 6.67in 120Hz AMOLED display and the promise of 'Memory Fusion Technology' which will allow for an additional 3GB of vRAM to be gleaned from the phone's unused storage (promised to grace the phone via an OTA software update after release).



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