Infinix, a Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer, has been working steadily to establish itself in recent years. The Infinix Zero 5G, the company’s first 5G phone, is generally impressive, to put it mildly. This is a result of the device’s customer-friendly price-to-performance ratio.
The Infinix Zero X Pro from a year ago was the company’s most technologically advanced device. The Zero 5G Infinix falls short of that device in quality. It’s a cost-effective phone with performance, display quality, and camera specifications. Here’s our Infinix Zero 5G review.
Infinix Zero 5g Price
Regarding pricing and launch information regarding the Infinix Zero 5G, Infinix has been quite cryptic. However, we have mentioned starting price over here —
Infinix Zero 5G price in USA around $269 and €250 in Europe. That equals $205 in the UK.
Appealing Design & Build
Being tall, the Infinix Zero 5G is nearly impossible to use with one hand. The black variant’s glossy, all-plastic body is especially easy to fingerprint due to its glossy texture. Smudges are immediately evident and difficult to remove, making it challenging to maintain a clean appearance.
The Infinix Zero 5G smartphone stands out from the other smartphones in its class because of the appealing rear camera design. However, because the back panel is polycarbonate, our phone acquired some minor scuff marks around the bottom after a few weeks of use without a case. Three color choices are available for the Infinix Zero 5G: cosmic black, horizon blue, and skylight orange. It is necessary to have an Infinix Zero 5G cover for this.
The power and volume buttons are located on the right side of the phone, although they are a little too flush with the frame. Although a fingerprint sensor is built into the power button, it can sometimes be challenging to locate by touch alone. A speaker, USB Type-C port, and headphone jack are on the frame’s bottom.
Infinix Zero 5g Specs
For the Zero 5G Infinix selected a fairly potent SoC. A relatively new and power-efficient chip typically seen in more costly phones is the MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC. This SoC in the Zero 5G supports dual-5G standby and 13 5G bands.
The Infinix Zero 5G supports sensors and satellite navigation systems. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 are included. With a 5,000mAh battery, the Zero 5G should last at least one day. Despite running Infinix’s custom Android skin XOS 10, the Zero 5G still runs Android 11. The GPU performance of the Infinix Zero 5G is competitive with Snapdragon 695 5G-powered rivals.
Good Battery Life
A large 5000mAh battery powers the Infinix Zero 5G. That is huge and becoming more common for a large-budget phone of this kind.
Infinix Zero 5G is a winner in our eyes despite a few concessions. It has exceptional performance, and the design seems modern in the hand.