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Renders of an Infinix smartphone with a curved display, 160W charging, and periscope camera appears

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Renders of an Infinix device will possibly arrive with a super-fast 160W charging, premium design, and more recently appeared online.
Leaks and renders of an Infinix device with curved display, 160W charging, and periscope camera
Renders of the unknown Infinix model (Photo from XDA Developers)

Could this be the first flagship phone from Infinix?

Infinix has been releasing a lot of smartphones in the mid-range department but it is not yet entering the flagship segment. However, things might change based on recent "leaks".

An image of a new Infinix phone with 160W charging has been shared online by XDA Developers. This was circulated after rumors of the upcoming phone appeared last week. From the images shared, the device seems more premium than the previous Infinix phones. 

The device features a curved display, flaunting a bezel-less design with curved edges. There's an assumption that the company is using AMOLED for the screen since this design is hard to achieve with a common LCD.

Meanwhile, the phone also sports an In-Display fingerprint scanner. At the bottom edge is the USB Type-C port with the speaker grille. The power and volume keys are located on the right side of the device. At the back panel, there's a massive "NOW" logo and a smaller logo of the brand.

The display has a top-left-aligned punch-hole and it features a square design with smoothed edges. The renders also show a rectangular camera bump with a unique arrangement of cameras. There's a huge camera lens on the top plus a smaller unit below and a periscope camera in the bottom part. It's also equipped with a big LED flash.
Infinix teases 160W Ultra Fast Charge technology for future smartphone
Is this Infinix 160W charger real?

Allegedly, this Infinix device will be packed with a 160W fast-charging support. In the past, there was an image of the 160W Ultra Flash Charger leaked online. If this is true, it would be a remarkable upgrade for Infinix since the phones it launched only have either 10W or 18W fast charging solutions.

There's no confirmation yet from the company regarding the accuracy of this leak so we have to take this information with a grain of salt.

We'll wait for the official announcement from the company and keep you posted.


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