Infinix Zero 30 5G Review: Minus 1 Point

– 8GB Ram + 128GB Storage: Rs 23,999 – 13GB Ram + 256GB Storage: Rs 24,999 Golden Hour (Glass Back) and Rome Green (Leather Back) color options.

Is it Worth Buying Infinix Zero 30 5G?

Yes, the Infinix Zero 30 5G is worth buying but the biggest problem is, that it doesn't even have good lowlight cameras other then that its the perfect phone at the perfect price tag.

The daylight photography is perfect, it does its job while the front camera also takes good images but it does boost and soften the images.

The selfie comes out but sometimes it looks like, the phone has an 8MP sensor. Still, the images are not bad at all for the price it comes.

The 2MP depth sensor does help a lot in portrait shots. So yes, the sensor won’t cut your hair or even skin when you take portrait images due to the dedicated 2MP sensor.

Under low light conditions, the Infinix Zero 5G’s cameras are trash. The HDR or even dynamic range is worse. The colors are all over the place, it doesn’t feel like 24k from any angle.

The dedicated night mode does help but it just boosts the colors and makes brighter objects darker.

The stabilisation is not perfect at all, it feels more robotic.  This means, that if you’re that person who loves to shoot videos while walking and you’re planning to buy this phone then don’t because the stabilization is not good at all even with the OIS.

The front camera can shoot videos at 40p@60fps which is rare and it's also rare that the front camera takes better videos. So yes, don’t fall for the numbers at all. Long story short, the OIS is not perfect or the videos.

The 6.78-inches 144hz curved AMOLED provides close to accurate colors while the curved panel does feel premium. The 950 nits brightness is not the best for the price it comes but still, it gets the job done.

If not the best, the Infinix Zero 30 5G has the best display under Rs 25000 while the same can be said for the build as well. The Glass build is kind of normal in the mind-budget segment, so you can’t really complain about it.

You won’t face any sort of problem while using the phone under the sunlight, the screen will be visible enough to play games or even take images.

The 5,000mAh battery will last for a day without any sort of problems while the 68W charger will help a lot. The charger is supplied in the box, so no need to buy a new charger.

The stereo speakers are perfect, they’re not bad at all. The good news is that Infinix has added a dedicated speaker on the top which means the audio is loud and clear.

MediaTek Dimensity 8020 is comparable to the Snapdragon 870 SoC, so yes, the performance is not the big issue with Infinix Zero 30 5G. Whether you want to play games like BGMI or even COD Mobile, you will get the best gaming experience.

The AnTutu v10 benchmark score is 706763. This means you won’t have to worry about the performance at all while the XOS 13.1 based on Android 13 is well optimized for gaming as well as day-to-day usage.

Infinix Zero 5G is a gaming phone that's trying to provide everything and while doing so, it misses out on night photography. Still, it's a good all-around phone for Rs 23,999.