Infinix Zero 4 Plus Full Review: Zero Lag!

When I heard that the Infinix Zero 4 and Infinix Zero 4 plus were being launched side by side 4 months ago, I was pretty excited about the 2 flagship devices that Infinix decided to launch on the same day. The Infinix Zero 4 is packed with features and the Zero 4 plus just about adds all the icing on top of the cake.

Upon unboxing, Infinix zero 4 plus, it’s metal unibody design and it’s glorious 6 inch display with 1080P FHD screen with corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection are lit! The volume and power keys are on the right side and no keys on the left side. The charging port and speaker grill are located on the bottom with the 3.5mm headphone jack on the top. The Infinix Zero 4 and Zero 4 plus both spot a finger print sensor. See unboxing video -

The Infinix Zero 4 plus sports a 4GB + 32GB RAM/ROM and a nice Deca-Core 2.1 GHz with Helio X20 chipset which ensures that apps don’t close themselves after prolonged usage of other apps with no lags whatsoever. The android 6.0 marshmallow software has running smoothly and I cannot help but wonder how amazing the Nougat would be like on this device.

The camera is where it gets better, Infinix Zero 4 Plus carries a 20.7MP primary camera with Optical Image Stabilization(OIS) and dual flash, a secondary camera of 8MP with flash. The camera shoots in great detail even in low light.
Here are some photos shot with the Infinix Zero 4 Plus. I zoomed them to show full detail. 

I took the liberty of putting the OIS to the test in the camera review -

With a huge 4000mAh battery, the battery life of the Infinix Zero 4 plus is an absolute beast, maybe only bested by the Infinix Note 3.  The Infinix Zero breezes through heavy usage and lasts a little more than a full day. In my opinion, that is more than enough for any mobile device.

If you’re torn between what phone to buy between the Infinix Note 3 and the Infinix Zero 4 Plus, I’ve helped put things in perspective in this comparison video -

The Infinix Zero 4 plus is the only device from Infinix to spot a deca-core processor even in 2017 first quarter and most users of this device are sure to stand out from the pack for the better part of 2017 which gives you the satisfaction of a flagship that uses a more advanced technology than most flagships out there.

The Infinix Zero 4 plus currently retails for around N128,000 in major Nigerian phone retail stores.


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