Published renders of the world’s first smartphone with 160W fast charging support

Last week, XDA-Developers revealed that the Chinese company Infinix is ​​preparing the world’s first smartphone with support for 160-watt charging. Now journalists have got hold of his press renders.

Judging by the leak, the novelty will be the company’s first premium device. The gadget will receive a curved display with a hole, a gray body color with a large NOW inscription (model name?), A sub-screen fingerprint scanner, and a rather big main camera with three sensors. One of the modules will be a periscope.

On the right side of the smartphone, the volume and power buttons will be placed, and on the lower side there will be a speaker, a SIM card slot and a USB-C port. Unfortunately, there are no specifications and no announcement dates for the handset yet.

Infinix Mobile was founded in 2013. The brand came about after the Chinese manufacturer Transsion Holdings bought the French company Sagem Wireless in 2011. Infinix Mobile develops its devices in France, as well as Bangladesh, Korea, Hong Kong, India and China. Infinix smartphones are sold in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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