Infinix Zero X Pro review

Read our full review to find out how the Infinix Zero X Pro differs, what our opinion of it is and whether it's worth the money.
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Intro

In 2021, the Chinese smartphone maker Infinix supplemented its Zero X series with several models - Zero X, Zero X Neo and Zero X Pro. They have similarities but also differences. The strongest in terms of technical parameters is the smartphone Infinix Zero X Pro. In the following lines we will talk in detail about it.

Before reading the full review, you can familiarize yourself with the detailed Infinix Zero X Pro specs or watch the video below the article.

Specifications

  • Release date: 2021, September 13
  • Colors: Nebula Black, Starry Silver, Tuscany Brown
  • Dimensions: 164.1 x 75.7 x 7.8 mm.
  • Weight: 193 g.
  • Screen: 6.67" inc, 1080 x 2400, AMOLED
  • Camera : Triple, 108MP
  • Chipset: Mediatek Helio G95 (12 nm)
  • CPU: Octa-core (2x2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 & 6x2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
  • Memory: 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM
  • Battery: 4500, Li-Po, non-removable
  • Network: GSM / HSPA / LTE
  • Operating system: Android 11, XOS 7.6
  • Sensors: Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

Design

Infinix Zero X Pro is available in three interesting color solutions. It comes with a stylish protective case, USB-C port and a 45W charger.

The design of the smartphone differs from most Chinese competitors in the market. While they continue to clone models of well-known brands on the market, we see some new ideas in Infinix Zero X Pro. In particular, the developers of Infinix have decided to follow the path of Apple. Recently, the corporation has brought back the wide side frames around the display. This is exactly what you will see on the front of the Infinix Zero X Pro.

Although its sides are not quite flat, they are wide enough to hold the device comfortably in your hand. The case itself is made of a combination of glass and plastic. There are no criticisms regarding the quality of the assembly.

The back panel of the Infinix Zero X Pro is perfectly flat and somewhat slippery. You can solve this problem with the help of a case.

Since the smartphone is quite thin, you can not help but notice that the camera unit on the back seriously protrudes above it.

Display

Infinix Zero X Pro is equipped with a Super AMOLED display with a diagonal of 6.67 inches and a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It is covered with flat glass without curved edges. The refresh rate of the image is 120 Hz.

The front surface of the screen is mirror smooth and scratch resistant. A special oleophobic coating is also applied, which effectively repels the accumulation of greasy traces.

The screen has excellent viewing angles and will become a worthy helper in your daily affairs.

Productivity

Under the body of the Infinix Zero X Pro lies the Mediatek Helio G95 chipset, consisting of 8 cores. The Mali-G76 MC4 acts as a graphics processor. They are complemented by 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. If necessary, you can increase the latter using the separate memory card slot.

Thinking about the performance of the device, you should know that the chipset of Infinix Zero X Pro was announced in the fall of 2020. It is made of 12-nm process technology. Provides sufficient performance for fast application opening and smooth interface operation. An additional Intelligent Display chip is responsible for the higher screen refresh rate.

Cameras

Unlike most mid-range smartphones, the Infinix Zero X Pro has a full set of three cameras with different focal lengths. The main module is 108-megapixel and is equipped with optical stabilization. The other two cameras are 8-megapixel and have their own responsibilities. One is a telephoto module and has 5x optical zoom and optical stabilization. The second is ultra-wide-angle and with it you will make exciting shots with more objects and people on them.

Characteristic of the main 108-megapixel module is that it has phase PDAF autofocus and can shoot with a function that combines every 9 pixels into one. You can switch between modes with one touch.

For night photos, the artificial intelligence algorithm will be useful. Effectively smoothes noise and helps to have more details. Among the interesting modes is the ability to capture the moon. It is called the Galileo Engine.

With the Infinix Zero X Pro in hand, you will be able to shoot 4K videos at a maximum of 30 frames per second. If you turn off the stabilization, the resolution is automatically reduced to 1080 pixels.

As for the front camera, it is 16-megapixel and the quality is average by modern standards. The background blur mode works more or less well.

Autonomous work

Infinix Zero X Pro has a non-removable battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh. Autonomous work is in the usual norms. In reading mode you can expect about 19 hours, and if you are constantly watching videos - up to 16 hours. Playing 3D games depletes the charge in about 8 hours.

Conclusion

The Infinix Zero X Pro smartphone belongs to the mid-range class and is a good alternative to the Realme GT ME and Oppo Reno6 models. However, they surpass it in support of 5G networks.

The strongest impression, considering the characteristics of the smartphone, make the quality of the screen and the frequency of picture refresh. The battery has a decent battery life, and the support of fast charging technology will appeal to many. In about an hour you will have a new 100% charge. The triple rear camera also deserves praise.

Infinix Zero X Pro video review

Disclaimer: The information presented in this article is based on our team's personal experience with the Infinix Zero X Pro and third-party sources. While every effort has been made to provide accurate and reliable information, readers should keep in mind that this is a subjective assessment. The writing of this article was not paid for or sponsored by Infinix.

Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor is a technology expert and journalist based in the UK. With a degree in Computer Science from the University of Birmingham, he provides insightful analysis and expert reviews of the latest smartphones and technology. His technical expertise, passion for technology and years of experience make him a trusted source in the industry.

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