Transsion group holdings brand Infinix earlier this year launched the Infinix Smart 5 smartphone in India, which comes with a 6,000mAh battery. The company is all set to today introduce another new smartphone which is Infinix Smart 5A. This device is a follow up of the former smartphone. Apart from this ahead of the launch, Flipkart has also listed the device on its online shopping platform to tease its availability.
The dedicated Flipkart page teased the design and specification of the Infinix Smart 5A prior to the official announcement. The device is scheduled to launch today at 12 noon. The teaser page revealed that the upcoming device will feature dual rear camera sensors housed inside a rectangular module aligned vertically. The camera set-up also mentioned the two sensors with “AI” just below the camera flash.
The phone is 8.7mm thin and weighs 183gms. In addition to this, it will be available in three colour options of Ocean Wave, Midnight Black and Quetzal Cyan. At the centre on the back panel, the company has provided a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner however the phone does also includes a facial unlock for authentication. The fingerprint sensor is claimed to be a multi-functional vehicle the face unlock feature unlocks the device in less than 1 second.
Coming to the display, Infinix Smart 5A will be highlighted with a 6.52-inch HD+ drop notch display. It is said to offer up to 500nits of peak brightness. The bezels on the sides are slim with a slight chin at the bottom. The volume rockers and the power button is given on the right side of the frame whereas the SIM slot is placed on the left side. The speaker grille, 3.5mm audio jack, and the charging port are positioned at the bottom.
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