A newcomer to smartphone manufacturing, Infinix is showing itself to be a genuine threat to the big-boys and other Chinese counterparts. The company has all the trademarks of a sprawling Chinese manufacturer and the Infinix Zero 2 testifies to Infinix’s proven ability in stuffing excellent specifications inside the lowest of prices. A smartphone with a dangerous appetite for competitiveness, the Zero 2 has outsmarted even its own products.
Body and Display
The smartphone’s build mirrors the Sony Xperia Z series. The front looks mostly what we’ve seen before but it’s the back where the major difference comes into play. While Sony uses smooth glass panels for its smartphones, the Infinix Zero 2 is protected by Kevlar fiber. The material has proven strength, about 5 times as much as steel and much lighter weight. Able to resist temperatures of up to 150 degrees, the Zero 2 has found an excellent defender.
The display features a 5.0 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with a pixel density of 294ppi. Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, the display is sure to provide a satisfying experience. 720p HD resolution is another added bonus. A petit 6.7mm width is one of its highlighting features which just about sounds enough to keep everyone happy.
The Infinix Zero 2 features two huge camera sensors that aren’t really seen in this sort of price bracket. The primary camera comes in at 13 megapixels with an LED flash whereas the front camera is a 5 megapixel shooter which assures that photography is well covered from all angles.
Hardware and Software
The Infinix Zero 2 seems like it spent a lot of time in the gym buffing up its processors as testified by the presence of a meaty 2.0 GHz Octa-core processor made even faster by 2GB of supportive RAM. For the amount you’re getting the Zero 2, Octa-core performance is a distant thing to fancy but don’t pinch yourself as you’re not having a dream when it comes to this particular smartphone. Basic internal storage stands at a commendable 32 gigs and it can be further expanded by an additional 32GB to hospitably store apps running on the built-in Android v4.4 KitKat.