Infinix Zero 8 Review


Infinix Zero 8 is an affordable midrange device perfect for media consumption. It has a 6.85-inch display and runs on the Android ten operating system. It also has a quad-camera array and a macro mode. Read on to discover how this budget smartphone stacks up to the competition.

Infinix Zero 8 has a 6.85 display.

The Infinix Zero 8i is a new smartphone from Infinix with an impressive 6.85 display. It comes with a 48MP main camera and a 16MP dual selfie camera. It is a powerful camera with a good resolution and many features. The Infinix Zero 8i is priced at $200. That is equivalent to 750 SAR, 14,780 rupees, or 3130 pounds.

The Infinix Zero 8i has a 6.85in full HD display. It comes with a 48MP AI quad-lens rear camera. It also has an eight-megapixel front camera, which also features a flash. In addition, the phone supports dual nano-SIMs and face unlock. Although the phone is well-equipped with an impressive display, one major downside is the lack of stereo speakers.

It runs Android 10

Infinix Zero 8 runs Android 10 out of the box and is powered by a 12nm MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. This processor has eight cores and runs at 2.05GHz. It also has 8GB of RAM. The Mali-G76 MC4 GPU renders graphics, which is useful for demanding apps. The phone also features a couple of useful sensors.

The Infinix Zero 8 also has a full Google suite of apps. This includes the default web browser, Play Store, Files, Photos, and Chrome. Infinix could have easily sponsored any Android web browser, but they chose Chrome. Another feature that Infinix included was the preloaded KiKa keyboard.

It has a quad-camera array.

The Infinix Zero 8 was a mid-range smartphone with decent specs earlier this year. Its 6.85-inch FHD screen and MediaTek Helio G90T chipset are both great. It also has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage. The camera is also impressive, featuring a 64-megapixel quad-camera array and a 48-megapixel dual-selfie camera. The handset is available in Black and has a 4,500mAh battery.

The Infinix Zero 8 has a metal frame and a plastic back. It has a 6.85-inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 90Hz refresh rate. The display is also bright and crisp. The 90Hz refresh rate is fast becoming the standard for smartphones, allowing for a smoother viewing experience.

It has a macro mode.

The camera on the Infinix Zero 8 is pretty good and features a macro mode and 64MP mode. This mode makes it possible to take shots with more fine detail. It also offers a pixel-peep-free experience. It can also take portrait shots thanks to its dedicated depth sensor. But a downside of the 64MP resolution is that it makes the files bigger and slower to transfer.

Infinix Zero 8 has a 48MP main camera and an 8MP secondary camera. The main camera has a wide-angle lens that is good for group selfies and background shots. In addition, both cameras are capable of recording video. The 48MP camera can record 4K videos at 30fps, while the 8MP lens can record 1080p videos at 30fps.

It lacks stabilization

Stabilization is a big issue when shooting video, but Infinix Zero 8 has a good solution. It includes EIS for both its main and ultrawide cameras. It’s called Anti Video inside the camera app and works well. Although you’ll need to keep a steady hand to use this feature, the results are much better than what you’d get using AICAM.

The Zero 8’s camera is decent. The main camera can shoot 4K footage at 30fps and is capable of zooming in 2x. It can also shoot 1080p videos with slightly more detail, although it’s not stabilized. The two front cameras also lack stabilization.

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