Infinix Zero 30 5G: Ready to Experience Advanced Video Recording on a Budget?

Infinix Zero 30 5G

The Infinix Zero 30 5G is inching closer to its launch. The Infinix Zero 30 5G is inching closer to its launch. Until now, the brand has showcased multiple teasers. This gave us a good idea of the phone’s design. But recently, Infinix dropped a teaser highlighting the phone’s camera capabilities. Specifically, it’s about the phone having an advanced video recording feature.

Wondering what the feature is? It’s a 4K 60FPS video recording, which is something that we’ve only seen in high-end flagship phones. So, considering the fact that Infinix Zero 30 5G will be a mid-range device, it will be the first phone to come with that particular video recording feature.

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While 4K 60FPS video recording may not seem groundbreaking to some, it’s indeed great to see mid-range phones finally getting it. After all, mid-range devices have already started to come with highly capable camera setups. For example, the Xiaomi K60 series.

4K 60FPS on Infinix Zero 30 5G

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Even so, the base model of the K60 lineup resides in the upper-mid-range. On the other hand, the Infinix Zero 30 is expected to be in the lower mid-range category. To be exact, the price will likely be around $250. And getting a 4K 60FPS feature on the phone at that price tag is a big plus for those who do cinematic videos with their phones.

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But the 4K 60FPS is not the only good thing that the Infinix Zero 30 5G will have. So far, the confirmed specs include a 10-bit AMOLED panel with a 60-degree curvature. This display will excel in delivering a highly immersive and detail-rich viewing experience.

Moreover, the camera setup of the Infinix Zero 30 features a primary camera with Optical Image Stabilization, ensuring great still images alongside impressive videos. Also, the device packs a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC, which is a great mid-range SoC. And it has 8GB of RAM, which is enough for day-to-day tasks. More info should come out soon, and we will update once they surface.

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