Infinix Zero X Pro: Premium quality at a price-point that won't burn a hole in your pocket
posted October 11, 2021 at 09:13 pm
By Rommel Bong R. Fuertes Jr.
Phones from the P10,000 to P15,000 price range usually boasts of a slightly better-than-average features.
But not Infinix's newest flagship phone.
With an initial price of P14,990, the Zero X Pro offers high quality performance that's usually seen in more expensive, high-end smartphones.
With this release, Infinix is making a statement that they can hang with the top guns like Huawei, vivo and Samsung.
Infinix, like any other brand, has its own signature feature that it can flaunt.
In the Infinix Zero X Pro's case, it is the Super Zoom Moonshot camera and smart photo algorithm engine, thanks to its groundbreaking Galileo Algorithm Engine, a top-notch software ensuring that the moon’s beauty is captured in crisp and clear detail through lunar exposure and focus locking systems.
With the phone's high megapixel cams, it can zoom up to 60x the distance and still come up with clear images. It also includes an 8MP telescopic lens, a rarity for a phone in the P13,000 to P15,000 range.
The rear cameras sport a 108MP wide camera with an 8MP ultra wide camera to match.
Its front cam also has 16MP with dual flashlight.
The unit houses a very capable 4500 mAH battery,
Equipped with a 45 watt powerbrick and a USB Type C charging cord, the flagship device can accommodate full charging in under an hour, a discernably faster charge time compared to other phones.
The Zero X Pro houses a Dualchip Ultra processor which makes performance a breeze for the most part.
The dualchip includes Mediatek's Helio G95 and a Boost Intelligent Display Chip with 8GB of RAM. It is perhaps safe to say, that Infinix's new flagship phone will definitely cater to business-focused people, as well as gamers.
As for the occasional Netflix enthusiast, the Zero X Pro will also be a leisure to use with its display features.
The flagship phone uses a 6.67 inch, full AMOLED super fluid display, capable of showcasing 1080x2400 pixels. Binge-watching your favorite TV series will be an absolute treat with the Zero X Pro.
For accessibility and security's sake, Infinix finally used an in-display fingerprint sensor for security, a feature missing from the brand's previous models.
It also continues the smartphones' tradition of administering a dual sim tray.
Design-wise, the Zero X Pro has a glass type finish in the back with gradient colorways. The three colorways are Nebula Black, Tuscany Brown and Starry Silver.
Infinix's affordable budget beast is available on Shopee with a retail price of P14,990 pesos.
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