Infinix Zero 30 5G Review in Hindi Price in India Rs 23999 Specifications Best in Class Design
In India, premium smartphones have been the talk of the town this year. The number of customers in this segment has also increased. However, there is a segment below 25,000 rupees, where brands are trying to make their mark, and recently, Infinix has also launched its Zero 30 5G smartphone in the market with such intentions. Looking at the specifications in the context of its price, you might also think that if Infinix can offer all this for 24,999 rupees, then why not other brands? However, specifications cannot prove the real performance of any mobile phone, so I have been through all the tests of this phone at Gadgets 360, which tell us whether Infinix Zero 30 5G is a good buy at this price or not. So let’s find out in detail.
Infinix Zero 30 5G: Price
The price of the Infinix Zero 30 5G starts at 23,999 rupees, which comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage in the base variant. There is also a top variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, which is priced at 24,999 rupees. At the time of writing the review, Flipkart was offering an extra discount of 2,000 rupees for buying it through the Axis Bank card. Zero 30 5G has been launched in Golden Hour and Rome Green color options, out of which we had the Rome Green (with 12GB RAM) color variant for our review.
Infinix Zero 30 5G: Design and Display
The design of Zero 30 5G is the part that I have openly praised in my first impression. The phone comes with a very attractive design, and at first glance, you can place it in the premium category. Its Rome Green color variant comes with an eco-leather finish on the back panel, which will save you from the hassle of wiping fingerprints and light scratches. The chassis is made of polycarbonate, painted in golden color. Zero 30 is 7.99mm thick. The curved back panel along with the curved display makes it easy to grip and it looks quite sleek. A rectangular golden plate has been fitted on the back panel, on top of which are two large and one small camera ring.
There is no doubt that the golden accent on the pestle-style green color gives Zero 30 an eye-catching look. It would not be wrong to say that in terms of design, Infinix Zero 30 5G is one step ahead of its competition in its price range. On the front, it has thin and consistent bezels on all four sides of the 3D curved display, which help enhance the viewing experience. In terms of security, the display comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The volume rockers and the power button are fitted to the right of the frame, making them easy to reach. Infinix claims that this phone is IP53 rated, so you don’t have to worry about dust or light splashes. The fingerprint sensor has been set under the display, which is accurate and fast.
Zero 30 5G comes with a 6.78-inch FHD+ curved 10-Bit AMOLED display, which supports up to 144Hz refresh rate. Users can also set the refresh rate to 60Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz, and auto-adjust through settings. The good thing is that the display works at 144Hz refresh rate not only during gaming but also while scrolling through the app drawer or any app, making my overall display experience very smooth. In terms of color production, sharpness, and contrast, the display’s performance was quite good. The colors were punchy, and deep blacks were visible in the video.
The display supports up to 950 nits peak brightness. I also tested the display outdoors, and I didn’t face any difficulty in watching content even in direct sunlight. Everything was visible from icons to video content.
Inifnix Zero 30 5G: Specifications and Software
Infinix Zero 30 5G comes with an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 8020 chipset, which is paired with up to 12GB RAM and up to 256GB UFS 3.1 storage. It claims to have 14 5G bands in the smartphone for good 5G connectivity, and I did not face any problems with calling or connectivity. It also comes with dual-band Wi-Fi 6 and NFC. The phone comes with stereo speakers, which are loud enough for watching movies without headphones. Also, the phone can be used with wired earphones to enjoy FM Radio on it. It has a Type-C port for charging. The dual microphones reduce external noise considerably during calling.
Infinix Zero 30 5G runs on XOS 13 based on Android 13. Infinix has done a good job of improving the software experience in recent times, and this is apparent in the Zero 30 5G as well. Despite being a mid-range smartphone, I did not find many bloatwares in it. There were some pre-installed apps, but most of them were the ones that users usually install after setup, such as Facebook and Spotify, and the good thing is that almost all third-party apps can be uninstalled. In addition, I did not face any spam notifications from native apps during my usage. XOS 13 also comes with a feed panel by swiping right from the home screen, which shows details such as workout data, phone usage, and recent apps. There are many widgets to choose from, like one called ‘Suggestions,’ which offers various options by swiping right inside a box, such as Recent Apps, Schedule, and To-Dos; Alerts such as Rain, Steps, Alarm, Dual Clock, and more.
Inifnix Zero 30 5G: Performance and Battery
The MediaTek Dimensity 8020 SoC is a capable chipset and it did not disappoint me in the Zero 30 5G. While it is not the best performer in the mid-range segment, it handles heavy tasks and casual gaming without any issues. I had the 12GB LPDDR4X RAM variant, which meant everything was smooth, from app loading to app management. Virtual RAM can be expanded by using storage space in the device (up to 9GB for storage variant with 8GB RAM). Zero 30 comes with UFS 3.1 storage, and it showed in the performance. However, the storage cannot be expanded.
Speaking of benchmarks, the Infinix Zero 30 5G scored 707474 on AnTuTu (v10), 992 points for single core and 3158 points for multi-core in the Geekbench 6 test, and scored in PC Mark Work 3.0. While the score was much lower than the most significant competitor Poco F5 5G, I found that the Zero 30 5G was handling heavy tasks without any issues.
In terms of gaming, Zero 30 did not disappoint me either. I ran some GPU-based tests on the device, which gave me the expected results. The device scored 4395 in 3D Mark Wild Life test, and 133fps, 50fps, and 36fps in the GFXBench T-rex, Manhattan 3.1, and Car Chase tests, respectively. In terms of real-world gaming performance, Zero 30 won’t disappoint casual gamers. I was able to smoothly play graphics-demanding games like BGMI, COD: Mobile, and Asphalt 9 without any lag or issues. I played all these games in their highest settings supported, and gameplay was smooth. The phone got slightly warm near the camera module during extended gaming, but it was minimal.
The battery was the only part where Zero 30 5G lagged behind its competitors. It was impressive for me that, even after being a slim device, Infinix managed to fit a 5,000mAh battery in it. However, I found the backup to be a bit less impressive. The battery should last a full day for casual users, but in medium to heavy usage, I had to charge it before the day ended. The device lasted for 14 hours 45 minutes in our HD video loop test, which was an average performance.
However, the good thing is that the battery supports 68W fast charging and Infinix has included a charging brick in the box. With this adapter, the device reached 30% in about 15 minutes and was fully charged in 50 minutes.
Infinix Zero 30 comes with the main and selfie cameras rated up to 4K@60fps, and the ultra-wide up to 4K@30fps. This ability keeps the smartphone one step ahead of the competition. The videos captured in 4K from the main camera were good. There was no noise in the video, and the colors and dynamic range were good.
Infinix Zero 30: Camera
Pointing to the camera specs on paper for Infinix Zero 30, they look impressive. Its rear triple camera unit includes an OIS with an 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM6 primary sensor, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. For selfies, it has a 50-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor placed in a hole-punch cutout at the center of the display. It also has a dual LED flash behind the top bezel. On the phone, I received the Rome Green color variant for the review.
The Prime camera’s performance has impressed me. The AI in the camera app properly detected the scene and I got Instagram-ready photos from the point and shoot feature. The dynamic range in the shots was wide, and there was enough sharpness. At some points, I noticed noise in some parts of the photos. I noticed that the photos looked sharp at first glance
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