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Infinix Note 12 (2023) and Infinix Zero 20 announced with AMOLED and fast charging support

One of the Hong Kong-based smartphone companies by Transsion Holdings, Infinix officially announces its two long-awaited Smartphones – Infinix Note 12 (2023) and Infinix Zero 20 – Infinix mobile has ventured into Africa, Asia, Europe, and other markets.

Both phones were unveiled for the global markets, and these two arrived with some cool specifications and features. Well, there are wide similarities between the two, a 6.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen, support for fast charging, and are Helio G99 powered by MediaTek.

Infinix Zero 20

The Infinix Zero 20 is a major upgrade from the previous generation, and the company mentioned that the Zero 20 is the first ZERO series phone with a 60-megapixels front camera and OIS, following the previous week’s rumors.

With a massive 60-megapixels sensor slapped to the front camera inside the top-notch display, the camera supports OIS, features autofocus, and a vlogger mode that enhances the color, sharpness, and details while shooting video.

Around the back panel is a triple camera setup, hosting a primary 108-megapixels sensor with up to 10X zoom, an 8-megapixels ultrawide sensor, and a 2-megapixels sensor. These are all encompassed inside a square module with a quad-LED flash.

The Zero 20 is driven by an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio G99 chipset, it’s a 6nm processor with 2x Cortex-A76 clocking at 2.2GHz and
6x Cortex-A55 clocking at 2GHz alongside Arm Mali-G57 MC2 for better graphic performance.

It has 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, which is also expandable via a microSD card slot, and running inside is XOS 12 software based on Android 12 OS. It is energized by a 4500mAh battery with 45W fast charging support via USB Type-C. It supports NFC.

Infinix Note 12 (2023)

Next up is the 2023 version of the Infinix Note 12 Pro, it is almost identical to the 12 Pro. One of the major modifications is the camera, instead of the well-spoken 108-megapixels on the 12 Pro, Infinix downgraded it to a 50-megapixels sensor on Note 12 (2023).

Aside from the camera downgrade, Infinix hasn’t mentioned any other difference from the Note 12 Pro. We merely assume that the camera is among the major difference, with slight changes to the stereo speaker.

It sports a 6.7-inch 1080 pixels FHD+ AMOLED screen, 16-megapixels selfie snapper, 3.5mm audio jack, and an additional 2-megapixels AI sensor to the main rear camera lens. It measures 7.8mm and weighs 192g.

However, both phones will arrive with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor scanner, while the Note 12 (2023) arrives with a bigger 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. It is available in grey, white, and blue color options.

On the other hand, the Infinix ZERO 20 comes in gray and gold colors option and is priced at USD $249 for the 8GB+256GB model, while the Infinix Note 12 (2023) costs USD $168. Both are available to purchase.

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