Infinix first hinted at its 180W Thunder Charge system a few months ago, and just recently, a new report revealed that the company has confirmed that the Infinix Zero Ultra will support the fastest charging of 180W Thunder Charge. Additionally, the Infinix Zero Ultra will feature a 200 MP primary camera with Optical Image Stabilization.
According to earlier reports, the company had hinted at a 160W fast charging capability last year. However, after the release of the Infinix Note 12 VIP this year, which supports 120W charging, it was discovered that the 160W charger was just a concept.
After it appeared that a 180W Thunder Charge had been completely under development for over a year, and after the company had released several teasers over the course of the past few months, the company has finally revealed the Infinix Zero Ultra, which will represent the best technology that they can offer to users in a smartphone. In addition, Infinix has also uploaded a short video to its official AliExpress store that provides a closer look at the Infinix Zero Ultra.
Apart from offering impressive fast charging and camera capabilities, the device will come with other notable features, including a 6.8-inch OLED panel display with Full HD+ resolution and supports 120Hz refresh rate, along with 2.5D curved edges that help to boost the “premium effect” of the display. Under the hood, it has MediaTek Dimensity 920 that supports 5G connectivity, and the phone is accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Nevertheless, the said 200MP main camera, as advertised, has raised a question concerning the fact that the MediaTek Dimensity 920’s ISP only supports 20 MP + 20 MP dual cameras or 108 MP single cameras. Hence, the 200 MP camera would need a dedicated ISP to be handled. It is speculated that Infinix could use some software to generate 200 MP images from a sensor without that resolution. Perceived as a premium mid-range smartphone; the render also showcased a triple-camera setup on the back and a single selfie shooter inside of a punch-hole.
Further details on its specifications, it also has a USB Type-C port and Dual SIM support, as well as the device will likely be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery. As per report, Infinix has an event slated on October 5, where the Infinix Zero Ultra will be anticipated to go official.