Infinix Mobility, Nigeria announces the launch of the 4th generation from its premium series line – Zero with the biggest phone launched in 2016 Infinix Zero 4.
The new smartphone launch followed the brands recognition with awards in Nigerian & African market as the leading brand in the smartphone market space.
Infinix unveiled the phone at a press briefing in Lagos with the Infinix Zero 4 themed as ‘The PRO’ designed to appeal to professionals and tech-enthusiasts through the perfect configuration of advanced hardware and software.
The Zero 4 succeeds’ its predecessor the Zero 3 which has made a name for itself as the perfect photography phone. The new Infinix Zero 4 comes with high-speed performance with 3GB RAM 8-CORE HELIX, OIS (Optical image stabilization), laser autofocus (laser AF), 16 MP back camera with f/2.0 lens and 8MP selfie camera.
The ‘Infinix Zero 4 Plus’ promises goes beyond its high performance with HELIO XCO 10-core Tricluster processor and 4GB RAM, the Zero 4 plus meets all the criteria to become one of the best cutting-edge technology smartphone for premium users. The Infinix Zero 4 plus camera is equipped with 21MP back camera with f/2.0 larger aperture and 13MP front camera, both Zero 4 & Zero 4 plus have professional camera features that could calculate precise distance via reflection through emission of a low-pacer laser and also have 4X sharper zoom to create the best photography shooting experience by enhancing stability and image quality.
Infinix is ushering the Zero 4 & Zero 4 Plus into Nigeria with strategic partner ‘Jumia Nigeria’. The Leading online retailer is giving fans and customers an opportunity to be the first to experience ‘The Pro’ evolution with a special pre-order until 25th of November after which the smartphones will be available on their platform with speedy delivery to any part of Nigeria. Infinix has also partnered with Slot stores & Yudala to make Zero 4 available offline.
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