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The Infinix Zero Ultra was introduced with 180-watt fast charging

In the summer, Infinix presented the 180-watt Thunder Charge charging technology, around which it has now built a device in the form of the Zero Ultra. The 4500 mAh battery is charged to one hundred percent in 12 minutes by the included GaN (gallium nitride) charging headin which 111 hardware and software solutions ensure security.

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The Zero Ultra has a 6.8-inch curved FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and a 200-megapixel, optically stabilized main camera, which, despite the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra and the Xiaomi 12T Pro, still feels like a novelty, but it’s not it’s quite clear how they got this out of the Dimensity 920 chipset, where the ISP doesn’t even support such a resolution for one camera, let alone three. By the way, the secondary camera is a 13-megapixel ultra-wide, and the third is the usual 2-megapixel depth sensor, and you can take selfies with the 32-megapixel front unit.

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An interesting thing is the back design Kármán line designit was named after the boundary first defined by Tódor Kármán, from where outer space begins. The device’s data communication capabilities cover the 5G data connection, the 802.11ax (6) standard is provided via WiFi, there is an FM radio and that’s about it. The Infinix Zero Ultra can be selected with 8 GB of system memory and 256 GB of internal storage for HUF 220,000.

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