Today Infinix is trying to leave its comfort zone of entry-level and mid-range devices with the launch of the Zero X series – the company’s first three phones to feature periscope lenses.
While periscopes are something typically reserved for the top model of the series, Infinix was so captivated with photographing the Moon that it equipped all three of them with a periscope with 5x optical and 60x digital magnification. It also developed an algorithm dubbed the Galileo Engine to control the camera while capturing images of the Moon and later processing the data to get a clear result.
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