In India, Infinix is well-known for its inexpensive, large-screen smartphones, such as the Infinix Hot 20. However, with its Zero line of smartphones, the business is tackling the mid-range market with exciting features and high-end specifications. Infinix has released the Zero Ultra and Zero 20, and here are our early opinions on the devices.
The Infinix Zero 20, especially in Glitter Gold, resembles the Oppo F21s Pro and Vivo V23. It features sleek sides, and according to Infinix, its structure is constructed of metal. The SIM tray is on the left and the power button with a fingerprint sensor and volume buttons on the right. The device’s underbelly houses the USB Type-C charging connector, 3.5mm headphone jack, microphone, and bottom-firing speaker.
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Three matte-textured color options are available for the Infinix Zero 20: Glitter Gold, Green Fantasy, and Deep Grey. The rear panel is not constructed of glass and does not collect fingerprints, although the same cannot be said of the frame.
Unexpectedly, there is no Infinix branding on the Zero 20, and for some reason, there is only the word ‘Zero’ on the rear panel. This gadget features a camera module that protrudes considerably. This setup consists of three cameras and a flash. It will be made accessible through the Great Republic Sale on Amazon.com.
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The Infinix Zero 20 sports a 108-megapixel (no OIS) primary camera, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor on the rear. Additionally, the front camera has a high resolution of 60 megapixels and supports OIS. During my brief time with the gadget, I saw that both the back and front cameras captured images with colors that were entirely accurate to life. Disappointingly, to capture images at the full 108-megapixel quality, one has to go deep into the camera’s user interface.
Regarding the screen, the Infinix Zero 20 features a massive 6.7-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display that, in my opinion, is somewhat crisp and provides pleasing colors. This gadget should make the consumption of material more pleasurable. The bezels are narrow and do not interfere with the viewing experience. This smartphone’s system-on-a-chip (SoC) is the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, a 6nm CPU able to execute basic activities without hiccups. If the 4500mAh battery is insufficient for a full day of mixed-use, the 45W power converter should help you recharge rapidly. Notably, despite being a 4G smartphone, Android 12 is still installe on this device.