Infinix Zero X Neo has appeared on the FCC certification platform revealing its battery charging speed. The FCC certification didn’t actually mention the name as Zero X Neo but with this model number – X6810.
We had earlier reported that the Zero X series will include three variants which are Infinix Zero X, Zero X Neo, and the Zero X Pro. The standard Zero X has an X6811B model number, the Zero X Pro has an X6811 model number, and the Zero X Neo has an X6810 model number.
So the model that got certified by FCC is X6810 which denotes Zero X Neo. FCC didn’t reveal many details regarding the device. It shows that it will come with an Infinix’s charger that has a ‘CQ-18LX’ model number.
Infinix has been using this charger in most of their smartphones and it is an 18W charger. Even their recent Note 10 comes with this same charger. FCC certification platform didn’t reveal any other notable details regarding the device.
It can be recalled that the company recently launched its concept smartphone that comes with a 160W charging capability and a 50W wireless charging. There are reports that one of the Zero X series will feature this charging ability.
However, it is obviously not going to be the Zero X Neo. The Zero X Neo will likely be the base variant of these Zero X series with this 18W charging support. We will have to wait some time to know more about these upcoming smartphones from Infinix.
Infinix Zero X Neo FCC certification
Infinix recently unveiled its first concept smartphone with a curved display and a 160W fast charging plus 50W wireless charging ability.
They claimed that the monster charging speed can take the 4000mAh battery onboard the device from 0 – 100% in just 10 minutes. It has a 6.67-inches AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution.
The concept smartphone also has an interesting pericope lens onboard at the rear. The lens has a 135mm diameter and can go up to 60x magnification with digital zoom. It also houses an 8MP sensor.
There are two other sensors at the rear whose configurations are not known at the moment. The front display also houses a self camera at the top left corner which looks like a hole-punch design.