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Infinix to Launch the Zero 3 Smartphone in Kenya Tomorrow

Infinix Zero 3

Infinix Kenya will be launching its latest smartphone, the Infinix Zero 3, in the country tomorrow. The Infinix Zero lineup consists of the company’s premium devices just like the way Samsung has the Galaxy S series

Read More: Infinix Zero 2 (X509) Review

The Infinix Zero 3 will be taking over from the Zero 2 that was launched sometime last year. The Zero 2 is available from Ksh 18,900 and I expect the Zero 3’s retail price to be close to that. The Zero 2 was not that popular as other Infinix devices even though it was the most premium of them all.

Some of the feature the Infinix Zero 3 will come with include a 5.5 inch IPS display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. This translates to a pixel density of 400ppi. As for what is powering the Zero 3, there is a 2 GHz octa core MediaTek MT6795 processor (64 bit) with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space. This space can be expanded up to 128GB using a microSD card.

One thing that stands out with the Infinix Zero 3 is its 20.7MP main camera. This camera has dual LED flash and is able to shoot 4K videos. This is not the sort of camera you expect from such a phone. At the front is a 5MP camera with flash.

To find out more specs of this phone, use the link below.

Read More: Infinix Zero 3 (X552) Specs

Keep it here to be informed when the phone is officially launched and its price in Kenya.

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