Is INFINIX Coming For SAMSUNG With The Zero 4 Edge ?
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In the past few days, smartphone lovers have been on their toes since there was a leak of the forthcoming Infinix zero 4 edge. This leak was executed on Facebook by Infinix mobility’s own managing director and co-founder, Benjamin Jiang. With this development, Infinix looks like a ready to go company. Ready to go toe-to-toe with the big names like Samsung, LG, Sony, Google Nexus and the likes.

 

Is INFINIX Coming For SAMSUNG With The Zero 4 Edge ?.

We can be sure that at the eventual release of this mobile device the world would tend to compare it to the Samsung S6 edge and S7 edge, For similarities, differences and shortcomings they share, For review in general and so on. It’s a good one for Infinix.
As expected, this device would take a cue and even do better than the Infinix zero 4 plus which comes with MediaTek helio x20 deca-core processor, so we expect the Upcoming Flagship from Infinix Mobility to be powered by the Helio X27 Chipset.

The RAM size is also expected to be 4GB/6GB while internal memory will be 64GB which is expandable to 256GB via a MicroSD card. Benjamin said and I quote “We define it as our first 360-degree screen so-called infinity screen with 2k super AMOLED, and it will be available very soon!!!”

The bellow specifications below were compiled without no confirmation and available information. No official information as well, this is just a prediction.Infinix Zero 4 Edge Expected

KEY FEATURES

OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
Display: 2K display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Screen Size: 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display processor: Helio X25 Chipset
RAM: 4GB and 6GB variant
ROM: 64GB (expandable up to 256GB)
Rear Camera: 16MP
Front: 16MP
Battery: N/A

Infinix zero 4 edge is going to be boom!!! #basedonlogistics

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