Infinix is primarily a value-for-money brand, but it has stepped into a more premium territory with the Zero X Pro – a flagship for the company, a mid-ranger in the grander scheme of things. Still, the company set a few priorities (screen, camera, battery life) and did what it could to optimize the parts budget for those.
The end result is fairly unique with a large 6.67” AMOLED display made snappy by its 120 Hz refresh rate, though brightness and color accuracy leave something to be desired. Battery life is great with 119 hours Endurance rating thanks to the 4,500 mAh battery, the included 45W fast charger hit 76% in half an hour.
While there is plenty of mid-range competition, the camera on the X Pro is tough to match – finding a 108 MP main sensor on the same budget is tricky, combining that with a 5x periscope makes it unique.
As Will explains in our video review below, that periscope telephoto camera may be the best one on the phone as the wide and ultra wide underperformed. The selfie camera with its own LED flash is a rare sight too.
If you want to have a closer look at the camera samples or get more details on the display, battery life, chipset performance and more, check out our written review.