The Infinix Zero X Neo is now Google Play Console certified

The Infinix Zero X Neo is now Google Play Console certified

The Infinix Zero X attracted attention earlier this summer when it had been suspected of being an idea phone. However, the Zero X is the follow-up to last year’s Zero 8 series, including the essential Zero X and, therefore, the Zero X Neo. The Infinix Zero X also got certified on the Google Play Console, along with its spec sheet.

The Infinix Zero X Neo is listed within the Google Play Console database under the model number ‘X6810′. The includes a front shot of the phone also as some system specifications. The phone features a hole drilled through the center of the flat display.

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The screen features a full HD resolution and a pixel density of 480 pixels per inch. It’s powered by the MediaTek Helio G90, a budget gaming CPU from MediaTek. The chip now has 8GB of memory (a 6GB version can also be in development). Android 11 is pre-installed on the phone.

The device is predicted to be added to the Infinix list within the near future. In June, the Bluetooth SIG authority signed off on the Zero X Neo title under an equivalent model number. The MediaTek Helio G95 is featured within the Geekbench benchmarks for the Zero M.

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