Last week, anÂ image of a 160W Ultra Flash Charge brick surfaced online. A mysterious smartphone that features a big camera sensor was seen in the background of the same image. At that time, nothing about the mysterious device was shared in the publication. Today, another report has emerged, revealingÂ a render of a new Infinix phone. It appears that the render belongs to the same handset that was seen along with the 160W charger.
Starting from the front, the forthcoming Infinix phone features a 3D glass display with a punch-hole positioned at the top-left corner. The top and bottom bezels of the phone are quite thin, and it has extremely curved edges.
The handset does not seem to feature a rear-facing or a side-mounted fingerprint reader. The presence of a fingerprint impression on the display suggests that it could be equipped with an OLED panel.
Moving on to the back, the mysterious handset has a large camera lens, a secondary snapper, a square-shaped lens, which looks like a telephoto periscope lens. A huge â€œNowâ€ branding is imprinted on the rear shell of the device. The handset is equipped with features like volume buttons, a power key, a USB-C port, a speaker grille, and a microphone around its edges.
The device has a flagship-grade design, and it is also speculated to arrive with 160W fast charging support. Will it be arriving with flagship specs? It is advisable to wait more to know the final product name and specifications of the mysterious Infinix phone.