Infinix Zero Ultra Review - Numbers Game

Written by Rahul Makwana


The Infinix Zero Ultra is priced at Rs 29,999 for 8GB of Ram and 256GB of Storage while it’s available in Coslight Silver and Genesis Noir color options.

It comes with 200MP primary, 16MP Ultra-Wide lens and 2MP Macro while there is an 13MP selfie shooter on the front

200MP sensor is big mess

200MP sensor is big mess


The 200MP sensor does have OIS support but for some reason, the OIS wasn’t working well when I was shooting videos, it worked quite well in photos.

The videos do come out unstable while there is a bit issue with the dynamic range too while Infinix tries to soften the human subject (face).

I have already said that don’t fall for the 200MP sensor, it’s added for marketing.

When it comes to real-life usage, the sensor does take good mages under good lighting, let’s say, under sunlight or when there is enough light to cover everything.

Also, when it comes to night, the sensor softens the images too much, sometimes I felt like, I did makeup or something.

Now, it also has a 13MP ultra-wide lens. Advise, always use an Ultra-wide lens under sunlight otherwise, you won’t feel like posting ultra-wide images on social media.

Again the 32MP front camera does its job, you will look white when you take selfies or shoot video. So yes, there is no need to use filters to post selfies.

In conclusion, the sensors on Infinix Zero Ultra look fabulous but when it comes to real-life usage, it doesn’t justifiable the 200MP sensor or even the 30k price tag. To put it simply, the phone has average cameras.

The phone comes with a 6.80-inches 120Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 and 1000 nits brightness.

I’m not a big fan of curved displays, the reason is simple, it’s hard to find tempered glass and you have to be very careful with your smartphone which I’m not.

The 1000 brightness is solid, you won’t face any kind of problem while using the smartphone outdoors. It also has Widevine L1 support along with an in-display fingerprint sensor which works well.

In short, the Infinix Zero Ultra has a good-looking curved display while the build quality is decent.

The MediaTek Dimensity 920 is a well-optimized processor but it’s not made for heavy gaming.

The Infinix Zero Ultra has 12 5G bands which include n38, n40, n41, n77, n78, n1, n3, n5, n7, n8, n20, and n28

Long story short, don’t consider the Infinix Zero Ultra for gaming, it’s a good option for day-to-day usage but not for heavy usage.

The phone runs on XOS 12 based on Android 12.


I have said many times that Infinix needs to change the OS, whether they want to shift to stock Android or improve the XOS, they have to choose one.

All in all, OS needs to improve, big time. Also, the phone comes with hall lot of pre-installed apps which again is not cool.

Also, it doesn’t have the 3.5mm audio jack other than that, there is nothing to complain about.

The Infinix Zero Ultra does have a stereo speaker which works well as always, the problem is 30% volume comes from the top speaker while the remaining comes from the bottom speaker.

Yes, the phone does have Carrier Aggregation support along with Bluetooth 5.0 but it doesn’t have NFC.

The Infinix Zero Ultra has a 4,500mAh battery with 180W fast charging support.

It will take about 4 minutes to charge from 0% to 50% while the 0% from 100 will only take 15 minutes.

Also, expect the battery life to last for a day if you’re a normal user but if you’re a heavy user then get ready to charge two times a day.

The Infinix Zero Ultra more focuses on display and fast charging, the rest of the specs are average while the Rs 29,999 price tag doesn’t justify what Infinix is offering. Nonetheless, it’s not the worst smartphone for a 30k price, it’s just that, Indian users will hesitate to pay 30k for Infinix Brand.


Still, confused, do read my in-depth review of Infinix Zero Ultra by tapping down below.