Infinix Zero 8 Review, specs and price

Infinix zero 8 full review

Infinix devices are not too popular globally, their strongest markets are Egypt, Nigeria and Indonesia but have started a push in other part of the world. With the release of Infinix Zero 8, the copany has taking things further.

Infinix zero 8 is an amazing looking phone launched on 27th August 2020. This is the best phone we have seen launched by Infinix this year so far. Although Infinix phones tends to be of average standards in the manufacture of phones this device comes out well. The device has a four-camera system that look like that of the Tecno camon 16 premier.

Before we review this device, let take a look at what the Infinix Zero 8 has to offer.

Key Specification

  • Released date: August 27, 2020
  • Network: GSM/ HSPA/ LTE
  • Display: 6.85-inch IPS LCD capacitive Touchscreen
  • Resolution: 1080 x 2460 pixels, HDR10+, 90Hz refresh rate
  • CPU: Octa-core, Mediatek Helio G90T (12nm)
  • GPU: Mali-G76 MC4
  • Memory: 8GB RAM, 128GB ROM
  • Main Camera: 64Mp + 8Mp + 2Mp + 2Mp Quad camera
  • Selfie Camera: 48Mp + 8Mp
  • Sound: 3.5mm jack, loud speaker
  • Battery: 4500mAh
  • Figerprint scanner: side-mounted

Ininix Zero 8 Price

The Infinix Zero 8 was launched on 27th August and is currently sold at around $250 when converted from its price in Nigeria and its equivalent in other countries. The device is currently available in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Togo, Peru and Pakistan. Hopefully, the Infinix Zero 8 will be made available in many other countries, but for now, let take a look at what this phone has to offer.

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Full Review

The Infinix Zero 8 is a great phone especially for those looking for a budget phone with great specs and an impressive camera. When we test this device, we found out that the hardware was impressive and punch above its weight. The Network speeds were good, apps opened quickly, streaming videos were quite good and the sounds are amazing.

Pros

  • Great cameras
  • HDR compatible
  • 90Hz refresh rate

Cons

  • A lot of bloatware
  • Average Processor

Body

Display