Infinix Set to Launch the Zero X Pro and INBook X1 in PH in October


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Infinix has just announced that it will unveil the Infinix Zero X Pro and the INBook X1 laptop in the Philippines on October 5, 2021.

Zero X Pro

The Infinix Zero X Pro is the company’s flagship smartphone and the top-specced variant of the Zero X series. It boasts a 108MP main camera accompanied by an 8MP periscope moonshot lens, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor with a 120° field of view, and an 8MP macro snapper.

Infinix Zero X Pro PH Launch

The device features Galileo Algorithm Engine, a software that ensures that the moon’s beauty is captured in crisp and clear detail. It does this through lunar exposure and focus locking systems. Additionally, the camera system is also equipped with a Hybrid Image Stabilization solution.

Meanwhile, under the hood, it is powered by a MediaTek Helio G95 chipset and a MediaTek Intelligent Display chipset.

The ZERO X Pro will feature the latest camera technology and image optimization to inspire young adults and emerging professionals to explore their creativity and place the power of professional photography firmly in their hands.”

Cooper Ma, Infinix country manager for the Philippines

INBook X1

The INBook X1, on the other hand, is a lightweight 14-inch laptop. It has a sandblasted body made from premium aircraft-level aluminum and can be tilted to up to 180°.

Infinix INBook X1 PH Launch

The laptop is equipped with an Intel Core i3/i5 processor coupled with 8GB RAM. Additionally, it also comes with a 720p webcam and a two array digital microphone for smooth video.

It supports fast charging via a Type-C port and is said to charge up to 70% in an hour.

For more information on both devices, visit Infinix Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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