Infinix Zero X Pro review

Infinix is a phone manufacturer which you might not know about, but in certain regions of the world they’re pretty popular. This is their latest flagship phone, the Infinix zero X Pro. 


At least in this nebula black finish, the story pattern is quite distinctive and eye catching. Looking closer you see that the rough looking texture actually lies under a flat, smooth glass surface. There’s no word on the type of glass and how much protection it provides. And there’s no official Ingress Protection either. The flat frame is plastic, though it does its best to look like metal. And the camera module is huge, which hints at this device is more camera centric nature. 


On the front is a 6.67 inch OLED panel with a super fast 120 hertz refresh rate, attending DP resolution and a punch hole for the selfie camera. These kinds of high refresh rate amulets are what you’ll find on flagship grade devices. And we appreciate that you get one here, it’s smooth that you’re swiping and scrolling. And it’s even adaptive down to 60 Hertz in some apps to save power.

The screen looks crisp overall, and you get the deep blacks of an amyloid. But the quality isn’t up to the level of more expensive flagships. The max brightness is just 515 nits and that might not be enough for comfort reading on a sunny day. There’s no official HDR support and you don’t get options to tweak the colors, which aren’t too accurate out of the box. Something you do get under the display though is a fingerprint reader for your biometrics. It’s snappy and easy to use. 


The Infinix zero X Pro has a 3.5 millimeter jack for headphones, which is always welcome. And there’s FM radio support to there’s a single bottom firing speaker no stereo setup here. In measure just average for loudness on our charts and the mids and highs are lacking though you can make up for those at least with the audio equalizer options.

The phones interfaces in Nexus XL was 7.6 based on Android 11. This is far from a light skin, it comes loaded with a plenty of pre installed apps and a whole bunch of proprietary features. These include things like magazine service that automatically updates your wallpaper, and folders that organize icons on your home screen by default.

You can find even more features within this special functions panel. And there are a bunch of settings to customize the appearance of the UI to the Infinix zero x Pro has plenty of space on board for your apps and media. There’s the option for 128 or 256 gigs, and that’s expandable through microSD and the battery life is quite respectable. 

Battery on Zero X

There’s a 4500 milliamp hour power pack here and the Zero X Pro was able to score a great endurance rating of 119 hours and our battery life tests their support for 45 Watt charging and it’s quite speedy with a bundled adapter. We were able to charge the phone from zero to 76% and half an hour. 


The Zero X Pro has a MediaTek Helio G 95 chipset built upon a 12 nanometer process and performance is quite good for a mid range phone. In CPU benchmarks, the ZeroX Pro sits solid in the middle of the charts, and it looks even better in graphics tests squeezing out numbers you wouldn’t expect from this sort of hardware, the phone manages heat surprisingly well to another thing you’d think wouldn’t be possible with this hardware support for 108 megapixel camera, but somehow Infinix has found a way to make it work. 

Camera on Zero X

There are 3 cameras on the back that 108 megapixel nine in one main cam and 8 megapixel, 5x zoom Periscope telephoto cam, and an 8 megapixel ultra wide camera. All of the cameras have autofocus. The main cameras photos come out in 12 megapixels by default, and they’re decent, but not particularly impressive colors look natural and true to life and dynamic ranges. 

You can buy the Infinix Zero X Pro here

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