Infinix GT Ultra teased, new gaming technology, e-ink color changing panel unveiled at MWC 2024


Infinix is ​​considering launching a new smartphone in 2024. The company teased a flagship gaming phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona. It is said that the phone has been named Infinix GT Ultra. The company has revealed new technological concepts that could be included in the upcoming flagship gaming phone like CoolMax system, AirCharge technology and extreme-temp battery. It also introduced a prototype technology called e-Color Shift, which is said to allow users to customize phone skins.

The new flagship phone from Infinix may be equipped with a dual-core architecture including MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC and a dedicated graphics chipset. The company claimed that it has achieved a score of 22,15,639 on the AnTuTu benchmarking scale. The company also confirmed that it has partnered with Pixelworks and the upcoming handset. teased, Launching in 2024, it may feature a WQHD+ resolution 144Hz display.

The company also revealed its CoolMax cooling technology, which is likely to be introduced in the Infinix GT Ultra. It is equipped with an air-cooling fan and an electric cooler and is claimed to reduce the temperature of the handset by more than 10 degrees Celsius. By helping maintain temperature balance, it is also said to ensure better chipset performance.

Infinix also unveiled AirCharge technology, which is said to use multi-coil magnetic resonance technology to provide a seamless wireless charging experience. This technology can help charge a device from a distance of 0 cm to 20 cm. The company has reportedly claimed that with this technology, the charging pad can be placed under a desk and will still be able to charge the corresponding device.infinix ecolor shift tech infinix infinix

Another new technology introduced by the company was the extreme-temp battery, which is said to support charging even in extreme temperatures of up to -40 degrees Celsius. It also unveiled Infinix E-Color Shift technology, which is claimed to be the industry's first programmable custom skin technology. It uses E Ink Prism 3 technology and is supposed to help users customize the back panel of the handset with 60 customizable zones.

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