Infinix ZERO 6 PRO Now Available in Kenya For Ksh. 31,999, Pre-orders open from today

You have probably seen Infinix Mobile sending out teasers about their next device in their ZERO High-end series, the ZERO 6 PRO from as early as January 2019. Well, it looks like the device is finally here featuring dual cameras with AI technology.

The device is already available for pre-order on Jumia and Kilimall starting today 25th to the 28th of February and will retail at Ksh. 31,999.

Remember the Infinix ZERO series smartphones are known for their good cameras and according to a press statement from Infinix, the ZERO 6 PRO has been designed for professional photography for the photo savvy. You’re getting a dual 24MP and 12MP rear cameras. The selfie AI camera, on the other hand, is 20MP.

Benjamin Jiang, Managing Director of Infinix Mobile says  “Infinix adopting the latest technology in AI algorithms, has come up with one of the best AI selfie cameras for truly intelligent images. Our fans and users will now have the power to express themselves through their professional photos and smart selfies.”

AI beauty integrated on this device according to Infinix transforms selfies into magnificent masterpieces.

The device comes with a 6.18 INCH FHD+ display with a resolution of 1440 X 2560 pixels.

The Infinix ZERO 6 PRO comes with 6GB of RAM and packs 128 GB of internal storage. For the processor, the device features a Qualcomm SDM 636 processor. As far as the cameras are concerned, as I mentioned earlier, the Infinix ZERO 6 PRO packs 12MP AF+24MP rear cameras and a 20 MP front shooter for selfies.

It runs on Android 8.1 and is powered by a 3650mAh battery.  It also comes in two colours: Milan Black and Sapphire Cyan.

Infinix says customers who pre-order the Infinix ZERO 6 PRO will enjoy 12 months’ glass protector replacement, a goody bag and stand of winning another ZERO 6 PRO.

Pre-order on Kilimall can be done here while on Jumia the pre-orders can be done here.

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