Infinix has launched 2 new smartphones in the US market, the Infinix Zero Ultra, and the other one is Infinix Zero 20. Both smartphones are good and powerful. The features are really promising.
Talking about the Infinix zero Ultra smartphone comes with a space-themed limited-edition XBOY EXPLORER NFT collection.
“With the launch of ZERO ULTRA, we’re pushing boundaries. This flagship smartphone delivers industry-leading specs that empower young people to Explore Beyond. Our goal is to integrate that spirit of exploration into mobile phone development and launch super-fast charging technology that offers users the best possible experience. At the same time, we’re undertaking innovative NFT marketing strategies, to deliver an exciting digital experience to users. The XBOY EXPLORER NFTs tie all these exciting developments together,” said Skye Chen, Head of Global Public Relations at Infinix Mobility.
Infinix’s new flagship ZERO ULTRA also features stunning technology advancements. Pushing the limitations of innovation, ZERO ULTRA offers efficient execution and premium experiences via its 180W Thunder charge efficiency, unique 3D Curved 120Hz AMOLED display, effective 6nm 5G chipset MediaTek Dimensity 920, upgraded user interface, and the highest-pixel cam and cinematography stuff on the market, with an industry’s highest 200MP primary camera.
In terms of structure, the Infinix Zero Ultra pursues the same pattern as nearly all Infinix smartphones that have been reported so far this year, with just the curved display setting it apart from the others while counting a premium touch to it.
This smartphone further features a 4500mAh battery which seems to be about the middle size nowadays. Further, when it is time to recharge, we don’t have to wait for that prolonged. Just use the 180W Thunder Charger that’s incorporated in the box, and we will be 100% in no time. Also, the mid-range Dimensity 920 processor doesn’t need a lot of power.
Let me also tell you that this phone operates on XOS 12 out of the box which is based on Android 12. The ZERO ULTRA should cost approximately $520, and the ZERO 20 around $270.
What do you think about this?