Infinix launched the Zero 30 5G today at a lavish event in Venice, Italy, where the Venice International Film Festival is taking place right now. The selfie-centric smartphone has a 50 MP camera at the front that does 4K video recording and brings a flash as well.
The Infinix Zero 30 5G chipset is the Dimensity 8020 by Mediatek. The platform has a capable octa-core CPU with one cluster of four cores clocked at 2.6 GHz. There is 8 GB or 12 GB RAM under the hood and 256 GB non-expandable storage.
There are three cameras at the back. A 108 MP ISOCELL HM6 1/1.67” sensor by Samsung drives the main one, which comes with 6-element f/1.65 lens, OIS, and PDAF. Then there’s the 13 MP shooter for ultrawide photos and a 2 MP sensor that’s mostly there to make the numbers. The cicrcular flash is called Aura Light and is made of four LEDs.
The front-facing cam also has a Samsung sensor – the ISOCELL JN1 and supports PDAF. A flash is embedded is embedded into the tiny bezel above the screen to act as fill light when needed.
To celebrate its announcement at the Venice Film festivale, Infinix set up the Mobile Vlog Awards (MVA), where it invites vloggers to capture their stories, using the Zero 30 5G.
The phone is built around a 6.78” AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, and a sampling rate of 360 Hz. Its sides are curved for better handling, which also makes the device look a bit more premium.
The Infinix Zero 30 5G brings a 5,000 mAh battery with 68W charging through the USB-C port.
The phone comes in a trio of colors – Golden Hour, which is a lovely transition from Gold to Pink Rose; Rome Green with vegan leather back and golden accents on the frame and camera island; and Fantasy Purple.
Infinix Zero 30 5G will cost about $339 although it will obviously vary from market to market. Availability will be confirmed later on in each region.