Infinix Zero 5 users to win fully paid trip to Shanghai
Giant cell phone manufacturer Infinix has launched a competition dubbed “Stay True Shooting Awards” targeted at users of their latest flagship Infinix Zero 5 and Zero 5 Pro.
Infinix is now offering participants a chance to win a trip to Shanghai China, an Infinix Zero 5 or Infinix Quiet X Bluetooth headphones with active noise cancellation for winning photos submitted on the competition’s portal.
Zero 5 users are also guaranteed free screen replacements the first 6 months after purchase.
Entries are open to photographers using an Infinix Zero 5（Pro) worldwide with photos submitted required to be unique and not to have been used in previous competitions.
Posts on personal accounts (Facebook, Instagram etc.) are eligible.
The photos should not be altered in any way using image processing program such as Photoshop but it is ok to use XOS apps.
Owners might be asked to verify that the submitted photo was taken with an Infinix zero 5 and photos that cannot be verified will automatically be disqualified.
Submissions must be in the original size and not less than 1000 pixels in either height or width, and should have the Watermark that can be set on your Zero 5 (Pro) camera before you shoot.
There are 3 categories that participants can choose for their photos; Nature, People and Animals.
In recognition of the Zero 5’s flawless cameras, Infinix teamed up with an award-winning UAE resident artist ahead of the competition opening, who spent two weeks with a Zero 5 in hand snapping a range of images using the full scope of camera functions.
Infinix ZERO 5, which is the successor of the ZERO 4 sports dual rear camera uses both a 12 MP wide-angle lens and a 13 MP telephoto lens, with a 2x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom, and an f/2.0 aperture taking things to a new level and become a must-have accessory for selfie lovers.
The leading smartphone brand Infinix unveiled its latest flagship model in Dubai on 14th November 2017.
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