One of the world’s leading smartphone companies — Infinix — has launched a new mobile device in Nigeria. The company hopes that with its newly-launched device — Infinix ZERO X Pro — it will be able to increase its market share in the country.
The Infinix ZERO X Pro has three different colour variants including Tuscany Brown, Starry Silver and Nebula Black. The phone also comes with unique features which promise to enhance user experience and promote durability.
Its cutting edge camera features to capture images in extremely clear resolutions and comes with unique elements including:
- Night-selfie mode
- Powerful hybrid zoom
- Super moon mode
- Periscope lens
The device, which many experts believe will pioneer a new age of smartphones will be available at a decent price.
Per the makers of ZERO X PRO, the phone’s design and features were inspired by the sheer desire of human beings to achieve extraordinary feats — to do unthinkable things. From all the ancient wonders of the world to the giant leap Neil Armstrong took for mankind, human beings have always pushed beyond their limitations. As a result, Infinix believes it is high time man’s resilience and innovative attributes are celebrated.
Addressing the media at the launch Kevin Olumese — an Infinix representative said, “This new smartphone is an outstanding product that has been added to the Infinix collection. As a result, we are proud of its features — especially in the aspects of gaming and photography. We believe everyone who buys this product would be amazed by the sheer quality.”
Guests who were present at the event gained a few photography insights from photography connoisseurs TY Bello and George Okoro. They learned how to become creative with their smartphones and the outstanding photographic features that the Infinix ZERO X Pro possesses,
“It’s a thrilling moment to be able to own a smartphone that can capture the moon. The Infinix ZERO X Pro provides a telescopic experience for users,” Okoro said.
“I am excited about the next project Infinix is going to carry out,” said TY Bello.
During the event, the audience was shown an image of the moon shot through a telescope and another image shot using an Infinix ZERO X Pro.
To introduce the newly-launched smartphone to a global audience, Infinix has also partnered with Royal Observatory Greenwich.