Infinix Zero 30 5G

Infinix Zero 30 5G Review

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Infinix Zero 30 5G

Infinix Zero 30 5G: When it comes to mid-range smartphones, there are two schools of thought that smartphones normally take reference from—either they are rich in design or they double down on specifications—but the Infinix Zero 30 5G seems to have struck the right balance between the two with its eye-catching design and decent internals.

However, there are still a few niggles that come to my mind as I write this review. So, let me tell you about my real-world usage of the Infinix Zero 30 5G and tell you if you should consider it over other phones in the same category.


Design: Looks And Feels Good In-hand

I remember first unboxing the Infinix Zero 30, and the moment I first held it in my hands, I could tell that it was a comfortable device to hold. Thanks to its vegan leather back finish on our Rome Green unit, the back feels quite premium and gives you a reassuring feel that a phone made out of glossy plastic can never match.

Infinix Zero 30 5G: With that said, the phone also feels quite narrow and thin (7.9mm) and— naturally—quite grippy. To the average user, I’m sure this design will be quite appealing—especially due to the curved front display that you rarely find in this price range. More on the display later.


One thing I’m not fond of is the back camera module. I wish Infinix would have gone for a simpler look, sans the large plastic housing. It looks unnecessary to me and could have looked better with just the camera lenses on a simpler, less flashy camera module. Or perhaps something like the Zenfone 10, with just the camera lenses sticking out. But I do get where Infinix is coming from. The masses do want a flashy aesthetic.

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Minor niggle: The buttons on the sides should have been a little wider as well, as they are situated on a rather thin side frame made of plastic.

Display: Exceeded Expectations

The Infinix Zero 30 5G comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED panel that supports a 144Hz refresh rate. And it is safe to say that this device offers a pleasing experience when it comes to media consumption—there is minimal distortion of the curved edges, the display is quite bright even outdoors, and most importantly, it gets the color right. I feel it isn’t too saturated and offers just the right colors. Moreover, it does come with support for a high-refresh rate—you can choose between 60Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz. I kept it on 144Hz all the time, and it is quite smooth.


And yes, the bezels are not the slimmest but due to the curved display, you can barely notice them, at least on the sides.

Performance: Reliable but Software Could Use Some Optimization

As far as performance is concerned, I feel the Infinix Zero 30, for the price, offers decent performance with its MediaTek Dimensity 8020 octa-core chipset.

Minor niggle: The buttons on the sides should have been a little wider as well, as they are situated on a rather thin side frame made of plastic.

Display: Exceeded Expectations


The Infinix Zero 30 5G comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED panel that supports a 144Hz refresh rate. And it is safe to say that this device offers a pleasing experience when it comes to media consumption—there is minimal distortion of the curved edges, the display is quite bright even outdoors, and most importantly, it gets the color right. I feel it isn’t too saturated and offers just the right colors. Moreover, it does come with support for a high-refresh rate—you can choose between 60Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz. I kept it on 144Hz all the time, and it is quite smooth.

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And yes, the bezels are not the slimmest but due to the curved display, you can barely notice them, at least on the sides.

Performance: Reliable but Software Could Use Some Optimization


As far as performance is concerned, I feel the Infinix Zero 30, for the price, offers decent performance with its MediaTek Dimensity 8020 octa-core chipset.

 


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