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Infinix India posts a teaser for its upcoming smartphone launch on July 11

Infinix has posted more teasers on its website talking about “small phone screens” that most users use to consume video content.

  • Published: July 6, 2018 9:52 PM IST
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Infinix India has posted a new video teaser for its upcoming smartphone that the company is scheduled to launch on July 11. The 22-second long video seems to focus on videos without giving much information on the device. The company hints that the upcoming device may be “made for watching videos”. The video starts with a close-up shot of a woman looking directly towards the viewer. Initially, a question appears on screen with the text “Tired eyes?” followed by another question where the video asks “Watched too many videos today?”.

The third and last question that appears in the video asks the viewer, “But is your smartphone really made for watching videos?” This is followed by a “Coming Soon” text along with the hashtag “#WatchMoreVideos”. Infinix has not revealed any more information about what it is planning to launch though we can probably guess that the device may pack a taller display with a wider footprint instead of smartphones with regular 5 to 5.5-inch displays along with emphasis on technologies such as reading mode or ultra brightness mode so that users can watch videos regardless of the lighting conditions around them.

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Infinix has posted more teasers on its website talking about “small phone screens” that most users use to consume video content. The teasers also talk about the “eye strain” that is caused by smartphone displays along with dull colors on the display and smaller battery capacities that require the users to hook their devices in charging ports.

These teasers further inform us that the upcoming device may pack a battery with larger capacity while reproducing good brightness and colors from the included display.

  • Published Date: July 6, 2018 9:52 PM IST