| Infinix Zero 5 |
On the 14th of November 2017, the Zero Five was released to the world in Dubai. Its predecessor, the zero 4, pales in comparison.
It’s an economic phone which makes its specifications out of this world. For starters, it has a 6GB RAM and an internal memory of 64GB.
But on the bright side, its cameras are simply an act of magic. It has dual back cameras (12 megapixels and 13 megapixels) which are multi-lensed and are equipped with 1.25um huge pixel. It has 2 times optical plus zoom as well as 10 times digital zoom. Even it’s front camera is a point of awe. It is a 4 in 1 selfie camera (as touted) measuring 16 megapixels plus an LED flash to support.
Infinix armed the Zero 5 (X603) further with f/20 wide angle aperture and a f/2.6 telephone aperture. One biggie is the RGBW sensor which auto detects environmental temperature to create natural ambience for photos. This feature is topped up with a multi-frame noise reduction technology. So when it comes to pictures, be assured, Infinix has got your back.
It is a strong phone too. Infinix armed this release with corning gorilla glass 3 giving the Zero 5 a 700Mpa strong collision resistance. Its metal body is complemented with a diamond cutting edge 28-point CCD detect technology. In simple words : It. Is. Beautiful.
Obviously, this didn’t satisfy Infinix because there’s more to come. Its equipped with an efficient anti-theft technology, a flexible split screen, and a new smart interaction feature. Wow!
How about the battery? Bad ass too. 4350mAh with fast charge so PHCN can do their worst, Infinix Zero 5 users won’t feel it. Nigerians can relate *winks*
There one last good news, although the Infinix Zero 5 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat – customized with the XOS 3.0 user interface – there’s an expected upgrade. Yay!
Let’s round this off with a look at…
Infinix Zero 5 Full Specifications
- SIM type: dual micro
- OS: 7.0 Nougat with XOS 3.0
- Bluetooth : 4.2
- Wi-Fi : Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
- 2G: 2G Bands: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz.
- 3G Bands: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 MHz.
- 4G Bands: FDD B1 2100MHz,FDD B2 1900MHz,FDD B20 800MHz,FDD B3 1800MHz,FDD B4 1700MHz,FDD B5 850MHz,FDD B7 2600MHz,FDD B8 900MHz,TDD B38 2600MHz,TDD B40 2300MHz
- USB: Type-C
- USB OTG: –
- GPRS: Yes
- Size: 5.98-inches full HD display
- Resolution : 1920*1080 pixels
- Pixel Density: 368ppi
- 16m colors
- Height: 178mm
- Width: 77mm
- Thickness: 7.7mm
- Weight: 197mm
- Cover material :
- Colors: Bordeaux red, black
- Internal: 64GB
- External: up to 128GB
- RAM: 6GB DDR4
- Chipset: MediaTek Helio D2516nm
- Graphics: Mali T880 MP2
- Processor: 2.6GHz HelioP5
- Rear camera : Dual (12 megapixels + 13 megapixels)
- 2 times optical + 10 times digital zoom
- Sony IMX386 sensor
- F/20 wide angle aperture
- Front camera : 16 megapixels + LED Flash
- Flash RGBW sensor
- Multi-frame noise reduction technology
- Capacity: 4350mAh
- Removable?: No
- Fast charge? : Yes
- Fingerprint sensor at the back
- Proximity sensor
- Ambient light sensor
DOES NOT HAVE
- Powerful battery
- Temperature sensor
- High-quality cameras
- Corning gorilla glass
- Anti theft
- Flexible split screen
- New smart interaction feature
Price & Availability
Since launch, Infinix Zero 5 has just launched and will be rolling out in November in Nigeria. However, you can start placing orders from online stores such as Jumia, Konga, etc. as soon as it is released into the market. Be the first to catch a discount in the ongoing Jumia Black Friday deals..
These are the kind of phones that makes me doubt the usefulness of my two kidneys. Its even better because this one is even more affordable so I’d just need to sell maybe a quarter of just one kidney. Sounds tempting… But what do you think? Is it worth selling quarter a kidney or not?
Oh and again… Take a closer look at the back view, who else thinks that the Infinix Zero 5 phone looks like the Huawei P10?