Infinix ZERO 30 5G Review: Flagship Features at a Mid-Range Price

Infinix, a subsidiary of Transsion Holdings, is making waves in the highly competitive smartphone arena with its Infinix Zero 30 5G. Promising exceptional camera capabilities and a range of flagship features, this mid-range contender is positioning itself as a top player. In this review, we delve into its prowess to compete as a top player.

Unboxing the device Infinix Philippines shared to us revealed these: the phone itself, a 68W charging brick, a USB-C data and charging cable, a clear TPU case, some documents, and a SIM tray ejector tool.

INFINIX ZERO 30 5G

Infinix ZERO 30 5G Design

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G‘s design immediately grabs attention with its color-changing glass back, available in captivating shades like Golden Hour, Fantasy Purple, and Rome Green. Yet, beneath this visual charm lie some practical considerations. While visually appealing, the phone’s curved display may lead to accidental touches, and the glossy silver coating could make it prone to slips. Though this may be a preference to some, it will take some time to get used to.

On the positive side, the device boasts a slim profile, weighing a mere 185 grams with a 7.9mm thickness. Furthermore, it carries an IP53 rating, providing a degree of protection against inclement weather conditions.

Infinix Zero 30 5G Display

The 6.78-inch 3D curved AMOLED panel with a remarkable 144Hz refresh rate is undoubtedly a standout feature. It delivers vibrant and captivating colors thanks to its AMOLED panel. Nevertheless, the curved edges of the screen may result in unintended screen interactions, and the glossy silver finish might amplify its slipperiness. While the dual stereo speakers enhance the audio experience, the immersive visuals come at the cost of practicality.

Unlike some other smartphones with curved screens, the Infinix ZERO 30 5G maintains consistent brightness even at the edges of the screen, resulting in a more uniform viewing experience. Additionally, it features a dedicated High Brightness mode, which automatically increases screen brightness in strong light conditions, ensuring that you can enjoy your content even in challenging outdoor environments.

Moreover, the device offers an eye care mode, which reduces eye strain when viewing the screen in low-light conditions. This thoughtful addition makes it more comfortable for extended use, whether you’re reading, browsing, or watching videos late into the night.

Infinix ZERO 30 5G Camera

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G touts an impressive camera setup on paper. Featuring a 108MP primary rear camera, accompanied by a 13MP ultrawide lens and a 2MP macro camera, it promises exceptional photo quality. However, real-world performance unveils a few hitches. While the camera captures images with a broad dynamic range and accurate color reproduction, stabilization remains a concern, especially during video recording.

The primary camera consistently captures images with a broad dynamic range and precise color reproduction. It excels in delivering natural, detailed photos. Unfortunately, issues arise when it comes to stabilization, particularly during video recording. Despite the high resolution and optical image stabilization (OIS), the device struggles to provide smooth, jitter-free videos. To address this, there’s an “ultra-steady” mode designed to capture relatively stable videos on the move, though it still leaves room for improvement.

The Super Night mode stands out with its detailed images, albeit requiring a degree of patience due to processing time. The absence of a dedicated zoom lens means digital zooming results in passable but less detailed images. On the flip side, the 50MP selfie camera shines, delivering high-quality selfies and videos. Nevertheless, for a phone positioning itself as camera-centric, the Infinix ZERO 30 5G’s camera system falls slightly short of perfection.

Infinix ZERO 30 5G Software and Performance

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G runs on Infinix’s tailored XOS 13, built on the Android 13 platform. While the user interface remains smooth and intuitive, it comes preloaded with a significant amount of bloatware. Despite Infinix’s efforts to enhance software design, the device’s appeal is somewhat hampered by its limited software support regarding OS updates.

Infinix ZERO 30 5G Audio

The device boasts a dual stereo speaker system, tuned by DTS, which contributes to a clear and robust audio output. Whether you’re watching movies, playing games, or simply enjoying your favorite music, the Infinix ZERO 30 5G provides an immersive sound experience that complements its exceptional visual capabilities.

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G’s dual stereo speakers deliver audio that is not only loud but also clear and rich in detail. Whether you’re watching movies or playing games, the phone’s sound system provides an immersive experience that enhances your multimedia enjoyment.

Keep in mind that the device does not have an audio jack, so it’s best to purchase a USB-C to connect to your wired headphones. Using Bluetooth to connect to your favorite wireless audio gear is seamless and easy.

Infinix ZERO 30 5G Performance and Battery

Powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8020 chipset, the Infinix ZERO 30 5G offers commendable performance for everyday tasks. However, its performance during extended gaming sessions raises concerns about potential throttling. The device offers ample RAM and storage, but its gaming prowess is somewhat overshadowed by its camera-centric marketing.

Even on games like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, it feels sluggish and unoptimized. The device also gets warm on the upper back part, and it doesn’t reach intolerable levels.

On the brighter side, the phone’s capacious 5,000mAh battery impresses with its all-day stamina. The inclusion of 68W fast charging is a welcome addition, although it doesn’t entirely compensate for the device’s shortcomings in other areas.

Final Verdict

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G undoubtedly offers an intriguing package with its camera hardware, vibrant display, and impressive battery life. However, it falls short in critical areas, including camera stabilization, practical design choices, and software support. While it may appeal to users seeking a camera-centric mid-range option, prospective buyers should be mindful of its limitations and explore alternative smartphones that provide more well-rounded experiences, including better software support and practical design decisions.

The Infinix ZERO 30 5G will be available at authorized retailers by September 30 for an SRP of PHP 14,999. Online availability will come prior for a discounted price of PHP 13,999 on September 27 so do check out their , , and as there could be further discounts on other platforms.

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