Infinix Zero X Series Officially Launched: 108MP Cameras with OIS, AMOLED screens and Helio G95

There's Moon mode with the Galileo Engine Infinix developed in-house

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Infinix Zero X, Zero X Pro, Zero X Neo unveiled

Infinix has officially launched its flagship Zero X series with three new models during the Infinix Presents: See Beyond event in partnership with the Royal Observatory Greenwich that also had an incredible panel of experts hailing from both the astronomy and technology fields, to discuss all things celestial related – from the universe to the Moon including Dr. Emily Drabak-Maunder, an expert astronomer from the Observatory, The Tech Chap (Tom Honeyands), well-known technology key opinion leader (KOL) and Skye Chen, Head of Public Relations at Infinix.

Infinix Zero X, Zero X Pro, Zero Neo were officially announced today as the company’s latest smartphones after much anticipation.

Here’s the breakdown of the smartphone’s features – all of which are huge upgrades over the Infinix Zero 8 from last year:


Infinix Zero X Pro ships with top of the line specs including a new 108MP triple camera setup that now features OIS(Optical Image Stabilization)

Infinix Zero X Pro Camera Setup

We also have an 8MP ultrawide with a 120-degree field of view and an 8MP periscope lens that has 5X Optical zoom and 60X hybrid zoom.

These two camera layouts are also present in the regular Zero X and Zero Neo.

Infinix Zero X has a 64MP main camera that also has OIS while the Zero Neo has a 48MP main camera but with no OIS.

All three feature a centred punch-hole 16MP selfie camera.

Coming to the display, the Infinix Zero X Pro and the Zero X both have 6.67″ AMOLED screens. They also have a 120Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz sampling rate.

Their predecessor had LCD screens and a 90Hz refresh rate.

The Zero X Neo has a 6.78″ LCD screen featuring a 90Hz refresh rate and a 180Hz touch sampling rate.

At the helm of the Zero X series is a MediaTek Helio G95 processor and Mali G76 MC4 GPU coupled with 8GB RAM(standard for all three) that features up to 3GB Extended RAM paired with 128GB and 256GB of onboard storage.

They also have UFS 2.2 support.

Underneath we get 4500mAh batteries for the Zero X Pro and Zero X that support TUV Rheinland certified 45W fast charging that company says will charge the phone to 40% in 15 minutes – we’ll test that in our upcoming reviews.

It’s worth noting that its predecessor supported 33W quick charging and it’s good to see Infinix out into use its ultra-fast charging tech.

The Zero X Neo has a beefier 5000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging.

Infinix Zero X series comes powered by Android 11 and XOS 7.6.

Infinix Zero X series features Galaxy Dual Glass Back finish and light finishing.

Infinix Zero X Pro will come in Tuscany Brown, Nebula Black and Starry Silver.

Infinix Zero X will be available in Black and Silver while the Neo will come in Black, Silver and Bahamas Blue.

Infinix also took to stage to launch two TWS earbuds – Infinix XE20 and XE25.

Infinix XE20 come with 10mm drivers, 60ms low latency mode and a composite diaphragm.

Infinix XE25 feature a graphene diaphragm, over 100 hours of playback time at least according to what Infinix says and the charging case has an LCD display to show battery charge.

What They Said:

“Infinix has a deep connection with space exploration and taking smartphone camera technology to new heights,” said Skye Chen. “We are excited to bring the world of astronomy and the ability to capture it with Infinix’s cutting-edge technology into the hands of the next generation so they can see beyond to a world they’ve only ever imagined. The Royal Observatory Greenwich felt like a natural fit for our support as I know their focus is to also inspire a new generation.”

“Our mission here at Greenwich is to bring the world of astronomy closer to the general public and we are very grateful to Infinix for their generous support and commitment to increasing access to astronomy. The collaboration is a natural fit for both our organisations and delighted that together, we can give more people the opportunity to explore and experience the Moon and universe see past the limitations and explore a world we have only dream about,” said Dr. Emily Drabak-Maunder, further commenting on the partnership.

“Technology is all about innovation and pushing boundaries, both in terms of new features and also accessibility with how affordable it is,” said The Tech Chap. “The flagship ZERO X Pro offers a great all-round experience and its impressive camera setup literally, and figuratively, shoots for the moon!”

Pricing and Availability


Infinix has yet to announce local pricing but it will be slated to hover around 30K mark.

The Infinix Zero X series smartphone will be available offline at the company’s retails stores countrywide and online too at XPARK – their official online store and other online e-commerce partners.


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