Infinix introduces ZERO X NEO smartphone and INBook X1 laptop under their AIoT lineup
Infinix are kicking off their Artificial Intelligence-of-Things (AIoT) with new additions to their lineup. There’s the Infinix ZERO X NEO smartphone and their first ever laptop, the INBook X1 laptop, promising a more seamless experience for users with their ecosystem of connected smart devices. Infinix has plans to expand into home appliances and other digital accessories, but let’s focus on the two devices we have here.
Infinix ZERO X NEO: most affordable 60X periscope camera?
The Infinix ZERO X NEO will feature a unique 60X periscope moonshot camera, a feature that isn’t commonly found in smartphones at this price point. Aside from this 8MP 5X optical zoom periscope shooter that touts optical image stabilization, there’s a 48MP primary camera along with a 2MP B&W lens, that most probably serves as a depth sensor. At the top of its 6.78″ FHD+ 90Hz display, you have a 16MP selfie camera.
According to Infinix, the Infinix ZERO X NEO’s cameras are not only interesting in terms of their hardware, but also their software. The Galileo Algorithm Engine combines lunar exposure and focus locking to produce better images of the moon, with the use of a combination of algorithms. The other cameras also harness AI chops to take better low light images, along with a dual front-facing flash to brighten up your mug in low-light situations.
The rest of the specifications are decidedly more modest, with a Helio G95 mated to 8GB RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.2 storage. The Infinix ZERO X NEO is also equipped with a 5000mAh battery supporting up to 18W fast charging. and Infinix baked it with Dar-Link 2.0 to improve the overall gaming experience with the power of AI.
The Infinix ZERO X NEO is priced at RM899. It will also be available at just RM849 today. For those who want something more, there’s an Infinix ZERO X Pro incoming, which will apparently take Infinix’s photography ambitions to the next level.
Infinix INBook X1 Series: affordable ultraportables powered by Ice Lake
Infinix’s first attempt at laptops does look pretty interesting, with an all-metal body just 16.3mm thin and 1.48kg light. Thanks to really slim bezels around the display, the Infinix INBook X1 laptops take up a smaller footprint. You also get a 180° hinge to let you lay the 14″ FHD IPS display flat. The display covers 100% sRGB, which is pretty surprising once you find out about its price.
The Infinix INBook X1 isn’t powered by the latest processors, but they still pack quite a bit of horsepower with the 10th Gen Intel Core “Ice Lake” processors. You can get the Infinix INBook X1 with the Intel Core i5-1035G1 or Core i3-1005G1, while the Infinix INBook X1 Pro will pack the Core i7-1065G7, for some extra CPU and GPU grunt.
Infinix also added several cool features to the Infinix INBook X1 series, including InSync Screen Projection, that lets you work seamlessly on your smartphone and laptop. There’s also WiFi 6, a fingerprint scanner, DTS sound, 65W fast charging that will charge 70% of the battery in 60 minutes.
The Infinix INBook X1 is available from RM1999 for the Core i3 model with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage, while the Core i5 option comes with 8GB RAM and 512GB storage for RM2499. If you opt for the INBook X1 Pro, you get the Core i7 processor with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage for RM3099.
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Pokdepinion: The Infinix INBook X1 series definitely looks more interesting than another smartphone maker-turned-laptop maker’s recent products.