Infinix Zero X Pro
The Infinix Zero X Pro is a Mid-range mobile released in October 2021. The current price in KSA Starts at 1,149.00 SAR .
|CPU||MediaTek Helio G95|
|Storage||128 to 128 GB|
|RAM||8 to 8 GB|
Infinix Zero X Pro Benchmarks
|Geekbench Single Core||502|
|3D Mark Wildlife||1504|
|PC Mark 3.0||9684|
|Battery Life (Web)||09:06 hr|
|Overall Camera Score|
|Max Brightness||511 nits|
As measured by the Geekbench Benchmark, the Infinix Zero X Pro has a Single Core performance of 502, and a Multi Core speed of 1674.
For comparison, the fastest Android phones in 2022 have around 1,300 Single Cores and 3,800 Multi Cores, with the iPhone 13 Pro Max topping the rankings with 1,729 and 4,684 respectively.
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|Resolution||1080 x 2400 pixels|
|Refresh Rate (Hz)||120 Hz|
|Screen Size (in)||6.67|
|Screen To Body Ratio||86.50%|
|Screen Protection||Tempered glass|
You will find a good 6.67" 120 Hz AMOLED display on the Infinix Zero X Pro, while not the best available it comes with a crisp 395 PPI providing for a good visual experience. Based on our analysis we have given it 84 out of 100, putting it slightly below the very best flagships.
|CPU||MediaTek Helio G95|
|Core Count||8 (2 + 6)|
|CPU Clock Speed||2050 MHz|
|GPU Clock Speed||900 MHz|
|Memory||8 - 8 GB|
|Storage Type||UFS 2.2|
|Storage Size||128 - 128 GB|
A MediaTek Helio G95 with a max clock speed of 2050 MHz powers the phone, while a Mali-G76 3EEMC4 running at 900 MHz provides for the graphical performance. Additionally it has 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM on the base model and 128 GB of UFS 2.2 ROM.
There is no 5G on the Infinix Zero X Pro, which isn't a big deal right now, but if you plan on keeping your phone for a long time, you may want to look for a 5G-enabled phone. Connectivity to any Bluetooth-enabled device is made easy with the included Bluetooth version 5.
|Camera Matrix||108 megapixels|
|Camera Resolution||12000 x 9000|
|4k Video||Up to 30FPS|
Using this phone's 108 megapixels main camera, you can take high-resolution photos up to 12000 x 9000. The camera has the following features: - Bokeh mode - Pro mode.
The Infinix Zero X Pro is also capable of 4K video recording Up to 30FPS, giving you the ability to take high quality UHD videos.
We give the camera a rating of 73 out of 100. The phone has a decent and reliable camera, its not among the top performers but will do an good job for most people. Just don't expect incredible image quality in all environments with the Infinix Zero X Pro.
|Charge Power (w)||45|
|Fast Charging Time|
|Full Charging Time||0:58 hr|
With the Infinix Zero X Pro, the company is making its first big move into the market for high-end smartphones.
The Zero X Pro deserves praise for its eye-catching design and sturdy build, sharp and quick AMOLED screen, and surprisingly good 120Hz handling. In reality, XOS 7.6 is an Android that is very responsive and has many features. The Zero X Pro battery life is also perfect, and the phone’s performance makes the most of the power of the MediaTek Helio G95.
However, there are some problems with what looks like an impressive list of features. For example, the display’s colour accuracy isn’t great, and there are no controls for fine-tuning the colour temperature of the display. Even worse is that Widevine L3 only lets you stream in 480p resolution online. With all the talk about DTS and “Smart PA,” Infinix says that the Zero X Pro has a fantastic DTS equaliser system. However, it only has one bottom-firing speaker, and it’s not that great.
The camera is a good piece of gear, but it can only take amazing pictures when the conditions are right. As it is now, the camera experience is not very consistent. The DSP in the Helio G95 can’t handle such high resolutions, so 108MP images are just 12MP images that have been blown up. As with the Widevine problem, we don’t know why video recording only captures mono sound.
“The devil is in the details,” as the saying goes, and unfortunately, Infinix missed just as many details with the Zero X Pro as it got right. Today’s smartphone market makes it hard to know what quality to expect from a device. Service is always better in other places. It’s a good phone that most people won’t be disappointed with, but we don’t think it’s worth going out of your way to buy.
Infinix Zero X Pro Review