Infinix Zero 30 Smartphone 50MP Front Camera With 5G Network

Infinix Zero 30 Smartphone 50MP Front Camera With 5G Network

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Infinix Zero 30 5G has been officially introduced as Infinix's newest smartphone for the global market. This latest generation of Infinix Zero comes with a number of updates.

One of the improvements offered by this smartphone is the ability to record 4K/60 FPS video that applies to the front and rear cameras.

The Infinix Zero 30 5G is here to challenge the resolution of photography and video on mid-range smartphones.

Not only that, this smartphone is also supported by a capable front camera in its class. It is hoped that the presence of this capability will support the younger generation in telling their own stories via video.

Equipped with a 50MP front camera and capable of taking 4K 60 fps video, this is the most powerful front camera on a smartphone ," said Anish at the launch of the Infinix Zero 30 5G in Venice, Italy.

Meanwhile, for videography needs on the rear camera, there is a 108MP resolution lens that is supported by OIS capabilities, plus a 13MP ultra wide lens and a 2MP lens.

Having a 6.78 inch AMOLED screen with a curved design, this Infinix HP is supported by a 5,000mAh capacity battery.

Infinix has equipped this smartphone with camera capabilities and features that can support its users' videography needs, especially for vlogging needs.

Please note, the Zero 30 is equipped with a 50MP resolution front camera. This smartphone camera is equipped with 4K 60 fps video recording capabilities to produce smoother, brighter and more detailed videos.

The front camera of this smartphone uses a Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor and supports PDAF. Don't want to be left behind, this smartphone's rear camera also offers similar capabilities.

Infinix Zero 30 5G is available in three color options, namely Golden Hour, Rome Green and Fantasy Purple . To provide a better experience, Infinix has also embedded dual stereo speakers in this device.

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