According to the company, the Ultra Flash Charge system is built around an 8C battery, which has 18% less internal resistance than a 6C battery. These so-called \u201cbarrel\u201d numbers indicate how quickly a lithium battery can be charged or discharged. The company has developed the Super Charge Pump, a device that converts the voltage coming from the USBC port into the voltage entering the battery itself. This pump is 98.6% efficient. For comparison, Oppo’s 125W system features three parallel pumps that achieve 98% efficiency. The higher the better, because the remaining percentage point up to 100% converts to heat. The higher internal resistance of the battery also results in more heat.
Here’s an official demo that starts at 0%, passes through 18% at the 1 minute mark, then through 58% at the 5 minute mark, finally arriving at 100% seconds before the timer reads 10 minutes. All while staying at around 37.3ºC.
Infinix also explored some design concepts with this device. For starters, the 6.67” AMOLED display (1080p+) has a pretty extreme curvature at the sides, 88º. With a curvature of this magnitude there is no room for buttons on the side.
Inside the “O” is a breathing light that blinks while the phone is charging. The rest of the back can change from silver gray to light blue to alert you, such as an incoming call or other event.
The charging and the color changing features are the highlights of this concept phone, but the periscope lens deserves a mention too. It is a 135 mm lens (that should be 10x magnification) that can use digital zoom to go up to 60x magnification. Behind it sits an 8 MP sensor.
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