Infinix Zero 8 – The Upgrade is Worth it?
The Infinix Top-tier level flagship called the “Zero 8” is finally here. Meet the new specially designed Tech assembled for you. This is one of Infinix finest in case you are wondering.
The word finest can also transcend into money. With this I can proceed with a very quick description of the Infinix Zero 8. I will first identify it as an expensive smartphone in Nigeria.
But the hefty price didn’t jump up like that, a couple of features are particularly responsible for the hike. The 90Hz refresh rate is one, the camera system is two plus a ton of other standard features.
Infinix Zero 8 Key features
Launch Date: August, 2020
Display-size: 6.85inch FHD+
Resolution: 2460 x 1080p
Sim-Slot: Dual Nano SIM
Battery Life: 4500mAh, 33W
Chipset: Helio G90T
Selfie Camera: 48MP + 8MP
Rear Camera: 64MP + 8MP + 2M + 2M
OS: Android 10
Refresh Rate: 90Hz
Side-mounted fingerprint scanner
Infinix Zero 8 Price in Nigeria
The Infinix Zero 8 is available in 3 different colors: Asking of price, the Infinix Zero 8 cost about $250, click the button below to find out the current price in Nigeria.
Design & Display
Infinix did a proper design here without sacrificing any go to feature like the headphone jack we are used to having on most budget smartphones in Nigeria.
A little twist of the suppose square camera bomb at the back really set the Infinix Zero 8 apart from the competition. This can very well help with easy identification.
With the placements rightly positioned, the display had no other choice than to take her rightful spot. Speaking of display, the Infinix Zero 8 has it big.
It comes with a standard 6.85inch FHD+ screen with a 90Hz refresh rate that runs pretty good. It is an IPS display with an incredible 2460 x 1080p resolution.
Camera & Battery
Aside the outstanding design, the camera of the Infinix Zero 8 is another great feature that is worth the extra cash. Beginning from the front, you are quick to spot the dual 48MP + 8MP selfie camera that takes incredible photos.
Flipping over to the rear, we’ve got a household of square twisted cameras: a 64MP main + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP low-light + 2MP depth sensor with flash. It comes with tons of camera features to explore and tryout.
The Infinix Zero 8 has a battery that is far above average and at the same time below expectations in some kind of way especially when you remember the high performance available here.
What’s available on the battery? A 4500mAh is obtainable on this device. It does have an impressive 33W supercharge feature that helps to reduce the amount of time spent on charging.
Software & Specs
As expected, the Infinix Zero 8 comes with XOS 7 based on Android 10 OS. As regards to performance, there is the Helio G90T chip that runs smoothly inside this phone. Gaming here is on another level, trust me.
The storage configuration to is heavy. With an 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM, you are pretty much set. There is even a micro SD card slot available for you to spread your wings if you so wish.
It was clear we all had a picture of what the Infinix Zero 8 would look like even before it came especially when you take a good look at the front but the rear was unpredictable.
With a reasonable amount of upgrades and a stand-alone record of being the world’s first smartphone to have the ultra night & ultra-wide-angle on a single piece, tell me why the upgrade isn’t worth it?
The Infinix Zero 8 is Infinix new way of telling us particularly here in Nigeria that they can deliver the best quality when the cash is right. You get what you deserve when you pay more. It’s that simple.