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Infinix disrupts budget smartphone market with advanced ZERO 30 5G

Priced at an aggressive $339, this handset packs professional-grade video capabilities and sleek design typically reserved for more expensive flagships.

Photo courtesy Infinix
Photo courtesy Infinix

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Emerging smartphone brand Infinix aims to shake up the budget phone segment with the launch of the feature-packed ZERO 30 5G. Priced at an aggressive $339, this handset packs professional-grade video capabilities and sleek design typically reserved for more expensive flagships.

Most notably, the ZERO 30 5G touts a segment-leading 50MP selfie camera with 4K 60fps video recording. This enables pro-level ultra high-def footage akin to dedicated video cameras, allowing creators to take vlogging and short-form content to the next level.

The rear camera is equally impressive, with a massive 108MP lens plus multiple shooting modes like movie filters and dual view to open creative possibilities. Between the powerful front and back cameras, the ZERO 30 5G brings advanced imaging within reach at its accessible price point.

Beyond the photography, a gorgeous 6.7” curved AMOLED display with 144Hz refresh rate provides silky smooth visuals. And the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor, 21GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage packs speed and space to handle productivity and media capture needs. An extended 5000mAh battery topped up quickly by 68W fast charging completes the package.

For creative young professionals and content producers on a budget, the ZERO 30 5G punches well above its weight. Infinix has delivered a truly premium user experience at under $350. If camera capabilities are a priority, this emerging brand deserves a serious look.

The ZERO 30 5G highlights that Infinix is bringing meaningful innovation to underserved segments. We look forward to seeing what other affordable surprises they have in store as the brand expands its reach.

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Jon Stojan is a professional writer based in Wisconsin. He guides editorial teams consisting of writers across the US to help them become more skilled and diverse writers. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and children.

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