Infinix could also be engaged on a brand new collection of smartphones referred to as ‘Snokor’ as per a submit by an Infinix Membership member on a discussion board. It exhibits photos of what appears to be the packaging with the ‘Snokor Designed by Infinix’ branding on it. Additionally it is stated that the corporate appears to be launching a brand new model that’s fairly completely different from its different collection of smartphones together with Scorching, Notice, Good, Zero, and S collection. As of now, Infinix has not shared any info on this alleged new collection or what the specs of the brand new smartphones could be.
The submit was shared on the Infinix Membership discussion board by a member who goes by the identify Mr Tipster. It comes with two photos of the field, supposedly the packaging for the smartphone that has the Snokor branding on it. One other picture with the identical Snokor branding exhibits the “Designed by Infinix” emblem as nicely. Mr Tipster claims these are “permitted designs” and that that is with regard to a brand new collection of smartphones that Infinix is engaged on, which is likely to be a brand new model altogether.
The discussion board member additionally states that the corporate may shift its focus on the subject of the processor. The Snokor line could also be just like the Narzo model by Realme, Mr Tipster provides.
As of now, the corporate has not shared any particulars about this model so this piece of knowledge ought to be taken with a pinch of salt. There aren’t any particulars about specs both. The pictures, nevertheless, do seem to be they’re a part of the packaging of a smartphone, however, once more, this is simply hypothesis.
The Infinix Scorching 9 and Scorching 9 Professional are the most recent smartphones launched by the corporate. They’re powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 SoC and are available at a finances pleasant vary beginning at Rs. 8,499.
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