months ago We tested the 160W fast charging system Created by Infinix and built into concept phones. Although the focus of the device is charging, it also has a 135mm periscope lens that promises up to 60x digital zoom-this is the first time the periscope has added luster to an Infinix phone.
What we heard through the grapevine is that the company is developing a mobile phone equipped with a periscope, which will be used in retail. A source sent us two photos. We will start with a close-up showing the impressive camera settings.
The periscope is located at the bottom, and according to its markings, its focal length is 125 mm (should be 5 times the magnification of the main camera) and f/3.4 aperture. These are fairly typical specifications for periscopes, but this camera is much higher than Infinix’s products so far (it only has a few telephoto lenses, those are 2x).
The main camera is another initiative of the company to stabilize the phone-it has a 108 MP sensor. We don’t know which one, but it’s another big leap over previous models (they can reach up to 64 MP, for example, the Infinix Note 10 Pro we’re using During the review process).
The high-resolution sensor should be able to achieve high-quality digital zoom to make up for the gap with the periscope. And it has optical image stabilization (OIS). In addition, there is an ultra-wide-angle camera with a 13mm lens on the back.
We cannot be 100% sure when this new camera-focused Infinix phone will be released, but it shouldn’t be too long. We will report as soon as we get more information.