Leaked images reveal an Infinix phone with a 108MP primary camera, a 5x periscope, and other advanced features.
We recently tried the Infinix 160W fast charging system, which was incorporated into a prototype phone, and found it to be rather effective. However, while the primary focus of that gadget was on charging, it was also remarkable for featuring a 135-millimeter periscope lens that promised up to 60x digital magnification — this was the first time a periscope had been included on an Infinix smartphone.
According to what we’ve heard through the grapevine, the business is working on a periscope-equipped phone that will eventually hit the market. It was sent to us by a source in the form of two pictures. We’ll start with the image that displays a close-up of a camera system that’s rather amazing in its own right.
The periscope is located at the bottom of the device, and according to its markings, it has a focal length of 125mm (which corresponds to a 5x magnification over the primary camera) and an aperture of f/3.4. These are very standard specifications for a periscope, but this camera performs far better than anything else Infinix has released so far (it only has a couple of telephoto lenses to its name and those were 2x).
Another first for the company’s phone lineup is the primary camera, which features a 108 MP sensor and is the first of its kind. We don’t know which one yet, but it represents yet another significant improvement over prior models (for example, the Infinix Note 10 Pro, which we are now evaluating, has a maximum resolution of 64 MP).
Because of its great resolution, the sensor should be able to provide high-quality digital zoom to bridge the gap between the camera and the periscope. In addition, it includes Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) (OIS). There’s also an extreme wide-angle camera with a 13mm lens on the back of the phone.
We aren’t certain when this new Infinix phone with a strong camera will be launched, but it shouldn’t be too long until we find out more. We will update you as soon as we receive further information.