The Infinix Zero 5G has been mocked on Twitter, which is expected to be launched in India soon

Infinix has started mocking India’s Zero 5G. It will soon be shown as the company’s first 5G handset. The company is making fun of the upcoming smartphone launch on Twitter.

Infinix India CEO Anish Kapoor confirmed last month that the company is working with its first 5G-enabled smartphone called the Infinix Zero 5G.

According to source updates, the Infinix Zero 5G will be powered by a Dimensity 900 processor. It is expected to include a Uni-curve design and a display with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz.

It looks like the handset will be available in black and orange. The distinctive orange look suggests that it can be applied to the back of the skin.

The power button located on the right edge of the device will also serve as a fingerprint scanner. The rear camera setting on the phone consists of three cameras and two sets of LED flash units.

Leaks so far claim that the device has a 6.67-inch AMOLED FHD + 120Hz display with a pixel density of 1080 x 2460. It has a 16-megapixel camera on the front mounted cutter.

The camera house will have dual LED flashlights. The display has a punch-hole cut, the bezels are small but the lower chin is thick.

The left edge of the handset will feature volume rockers. While the right edge will have a power button that will also double as a fingerprint scanner.

It is expected to run Infinix’s XOS over Android 11. The smartphone is said to come with a triple rear camera setting led by a 48MP main sensor as well as an ultra-wide-angle sensor and a telephoto sensor.

The smartphone can boast a 5,000mAh battery backed by 33W fast charging.

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