Infinix Zero Ultra and Zero 20 First Impressions

In India, Infinix phones like the Infinix Hot 20 are well-known for their low prices and huge displays. However, the Zero line of smartphones is the company’s first attempt to target the mid-range price point with attractive features and high-end specifications. Our first impressions of the Infinix Zero Ultra and Zero 20 are below.

The Infinix Zero 20 looks a lot like the Oppo F21s Pro and the Vivo V23, particularly in the Glitter Gold finish, so it’s not a coincidence that these two phones are often mistaken for one another. It’s metal, according to Infinix, and has rounded corners. The SIM tray is on the left, while the power button/fingerprint scanner/volume controls are on the right. The bottom houses the USB Type-C charging connector, the 3.5mm headphone jack, the microphone, and the bottom-firing speaker.

There are three matte color options for the Infinix Zero 20, including Glitter Gold, Green Fantasy, and Deep Grey. Unlike the metal chassis, the rear panel is fingerprint-resistant since it is not comprise of glass. It will be available on Amazon great republic sale.

Infinix Zero Ultra and Zero 20 First Impressions

Surprisingly, the Zero 20 only has the word “Zero” written on its back instead of the Infinix logo. The camera module sticks out far from the body of this gadget. Here, we have a three-camera setup with a flash.

On the rear of the Infinix Zero 20, you’ll find a 108-megapixel primary camera (no OIS), a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. A high-quality 60-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization is include upfront as well. The back and front-facing cameras captured colors that were quite close to life in the little time I spent with the gadget. The camera’s user interface is a letdown since it requires much exploration before one can take images with the full 108-megapixel quality.

The Infinix Zero 20’s screen is a sizable 6.7 inches in size, and it has a full-HD+ AMOLED display, which is quite crisp and has sound color reproduction, in my view. This gadget is meant to improve the user experience when viewing media. The screens have thin bezels that don’t get in the way of the action. The MediaTek Helio G99 system-on-a-chip (SoC) is a 6nm CPU that makes basic smartphone functions quick and easy. With the accompanying 45W power adaptor, you should be able to fast recharge the 4500mAh battery if it isn’t sufficient to last through a day of mixed usage. Keep in mind that despite being a 4G phone, Android 12 is still preinstall.

 

 

 

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