Infinix Zero Ultra

Infinix Zero Ultra Full Specifications and Review With Pros-Cons

Infinix Zero Ultra 

Build & Display:

Infinix zero ultra comes with a 6.8-inch FHD+ Amoled punch hole display. The display comes with a 71degree waterfall screen.It has 900 nits pick brightness and a refresh rate of 120 Hz . The smartphone has a weight of 213 g and comes with a plastic back. It has corning gorilla glass v5 protection. The smartphone is available in 2 different color variant Coslight Silver, Genesis Noir

Connectivity & Specification:

Infinix zero ultra has Bluetooth v5.1 , wi-fi v6 , USB Type-C . It has multiple 5G bands, dual 4g, dual 5g support and has support to all the sensors. It has under display finger print sensor and a dedicated mic for noise cancellation.

Software & Processor:

Infinix zero ultra comes with XOS 12 UI based on Android v12.It comes with MediaTek Dimensity 920 MT6877T 5G chipset which is based on 6nm technology, it means this is a power efficient chipset. Talking about the performance of this smartphone, it is going to perform great with a great battery backup.


Infinix zero ultra gets a 4500mah battery with a 180w quick charging support, which can charge your smartphone from 0-100% within just 12 minutes. Also, you will love the battery backup of this smartphone since it comes with a processor which is based on 6 nm technology.


It has 200MP primary sensor with f2.0 aperture, 13MP f2.4 ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP macro lens. It has 32MP wide angle primary camera with f2.0 aperture. With its camera you can do video recording at 4K @30FPS,1080P @60FPS/30FPS &720P @30FPS.It has features like continuous shooting, High dynamic range mode, digital zoom, touch to focus, auto flash and face detection.


  • Good and a premium display with 3D waterfall design
  • Better processor and performance
  • 180 w fast charger support with good battery backup


  • There is some lag when we take full 200MP resolution photos because Dimensity 920 might not be the best chipset to handle such heavy task
  • For low light photography, camera quality needs to improve
  • The company has marketed it as a flagship smartphone it is better to call it as a great mid – range smartphone

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