" --IANS"
By Krishna SinhaChaudhury

Dubai, Nov 14 - China-based Transsion Holdings on Tuesday joined the race vis-a-vis devices with edge-to-edge display and dual-camera system with the unveiling of Infinix 'Zero 5' with 6GB RAM and 64GB interanl storage at Rs 17,999 and 'Zero 5 Pro' with 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM at Rs 19,999.

The phone comes with a primary camera with 12MP wide-angle lens and 13MP telephoto lens.

There is a 16MP selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture and flash.

The Zero series, at large, has been our flagship product globally. India continues to be a significant market for us. Now, with the launch of our flagship and our foray into noise-cancellation headphones would be a vital step in our growth story in India, Benjamin Jiang, Global Head, Infinix, told reporters here.

The device features 5.98-inch full HD LTPS JDI display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top.

It runs the company's latest XOS 3.0 operating system (OS) based on Android Nougat.

A 2.6GHz octa-core Helio P25 processor powers 'Zero 5'.

The device is powered by a 4350mAh battery that comes with fast-charging technology.

Infinix also introduced wireless noise-cancellation headphones -- Quiet 2 at Rs 2,499 and Quiet X at Rs 6,999.

We believe the launch of Zero5 along with the Quiet Series headsets will support our aim to enter the league of Top 5 online smartphones brands by the end of 2018, said Anish Kapoor, CEO, Infinix India, in a statement here.

Transsion Holdings debuted the Infinix brand in India with Note 4 and Hot 4 Pro smartphones in India in the budget segment.

(Krishna SinhaChaudhury is in Dubai on an invitation by Infinix. She can be contacted at [email protected])

--IANS

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