A premium feeling smartphone for a fraction of the price

Compelling specs, uber-premium design and numerous enhancements; the perfect mix of high-end metal and glass, sporting curves in all the right places. All this make the Infinix Zero 4  one of the most desirable mid-range smartphones on the market. Browse Infinix Phones on Jiji for the latest prices and availability.

 

Infinix Zero 4 has a metal unibody design that measures at 151.5 x 76 x 7.7 mm and weighs 168g. This gorgeous silky smooth 5.5 inches Full HD IPS display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution touchscreen offers vivid colours and wide viewing angles and is combined with an extensive brightness range, create a stellar viewing experience, regardless of lighting conditions. A high pixel density of 401 ppi makes for crisp-looking text and images.

The super-fast fingerprint scanner is positioned on the rear of the handset and can be used to unlock the device, controlling app permissions and some other non-security purposes. The bottom edge of the device is home to the micro USB port and two speakers, and the volume and power buttons reside on the right-hand edge. The SIM card tray – which accepts two SIMs at once – is also there.

Under the hood, Infinix Zero 4 has an Octa-core 1.3 GHz ARM Cortex-A53 processor, 3GB of RAM which is more than enough to run smoothly. On the storage front, Zero 4 is available in a basic 32GB model with the option to expand further up to 128GB via SD memory card. The Zero 4 runs Android 6.0 with the company’s own XOS Chameleon software on top. Navigation is quick, and app-load speeds are in line with what you’d expect of a decent mid-range smartphone.

The Zero 4’s 16MP sensor comes with dual LED flashlight and optical image stabilisation. Hence, when conditions are right, it’s capable of taking some really impressive images. There is also manual mode available for those who like to play around with shutter speed and ISO. 4K video recording is possible at 30 frames a second, but audio recording is somewhat poor. The front-facing 8MP sensor is pretty decent, too, capturing natural and surprisingly detailed selfies.

Battery life is okay, but like many phones on the market right now, isn’t great. The Zero 4 features 3200mAH battery unit which can be enough to last a full day of use, unless you are a heavy user. There’s no Qi wireless fast charging, but regular wired USB charging will get your battery to a 100% in 90 minutes.

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  1. The phone is just good for blogging

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