Infinix is taking mobile photography to a whole new level as it brings the Zero X Pro with a periscope moonshot camera to the Philippines. The company is also rolling out its first lightweight laptop INBook X1 Pro in the market.
Zero X Pro is Infinix’s flagship smartphone and features a 108MP primary camera, an 8MP periscope moonshot lens, 60x zoom, and a 120-degree field of view (FOV) 8MP ultra-wide and macro lens – allowing high-resolution moon photography.
The smartphone is powered by the Galileo Algorithm Engine that ensures the moon is captured in crisp and clear detail through lunar exposure and focus locking systems.
Zero X Pro’s cameras are enhanced with Infinix’s Hybrid Image Stabilization solution, enabling an increased stable shooting experience. The phone also sports the flagship dual-chip gaming processor — MediaTek Helio G95 and MediaTek Intelligent Display chipset — to ensure seamless performance and a smooth user experience.
The lunar photography phone also boasts 960 FPS super slow motion and 4k time-lapse feature. It also has a 16MP dual flash front camera for quick selfies.
INBook X1 Pro: Lightweight but packs a punch
Infinix is venturing into the laptop market with the launch of the INBook X1, a lightweight laptop with competitive specifications.
Weighing under three pounds, the 14-inch INBook X1 comes in a sandblasted body made from aircraft-level aluminum. It can also be tilted up to 180-degree viewing angle for the best visual perspective.
INBook X1 is features up to an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and up to 13 hours of battery life.
The laptop also comes with a 720P webcam and two digital microphone arrays for smooth video and audio communications.
Working on the go is also made easier with the fast charging feature, as the battery can be replenished by up to 70% in just an hour. The Type C charger is optimized to work with both Infinix laptops and smartphones.