In the early months of this year, Infinix unveiled the Infinix Zero 5G smartphone. It debuted as Infinix’s first smartphone with 5G support. Now, it appears that the Hong Kong-based brand is gearing up to launch its 2023 edition. The reason behind it is that it has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG and the FCC authorities.
Earlier this month, an Infinix smartphone with model number X6815C was seen in the database of the Bluetooth SIG. The listing revealed that the device will be called the Infinix Zero 5G 2023 when it arrives on the market.
Pricebaba’s report reveals that the Infinix Zero 5G 2023 has recently bagged the FCC certification, which indicates that it may go official soon. The listing reveals that the device measures 169 x 77 x 9mm and the above image, which has appeared on the FCC, gives a look at its rear design. It seems that the device will be equipped with a triple camera setup. Like other Infinix phones, it is likely to feature a quad-LED flash unit.
Next, the FCC document reveals that the Zero 5G 2023 has a 4,900mAh (rated value) battery that supports 33W rapid charging. The listing further reveals that the device offers connectivity features, such as 5G (n2, n5, n7, n38, n41, n66, n71, n77, and n78 bands), dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC.
Information like chipset, display, and camera configurations hasn’t appeared in Zero 5G 2023’s FCC listing. While there is no evidence yet, it looks like it will be an incremental upgrade over its predecessor. Hence, it may borrow some specs from the original Zero 5G. Hopefully, the rumor mill will spill more information about the Zero 5G 2023 in the coming days.