Infinix Zero Ultra Review – A Mid-Range Smartphone with Flagship Vibe

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The Infinix Zero Ultra has been generating a lot of buzz among online tech enthusiasts and smartphone users since its launch. The smartphone entered the Indian market recently as Infinix’s latest attempt of disrupting the mid-range smartphone segment. Infinix Zero Ultra is an exciting smartphone design with a perfect flagship vibe with its 200-megapixel primary camera and 180-watt thunder charging support on any smartphone in the market today.

But does that make Infinix Zero Ultra, available for the price of Rs. 29,999 in India, a perfect smartphone that you should be upgrading to? Let’s understand the answer to this question in our detailed Infinix Zero Ultra review.

Before we get to the Infinix Zero Ultra review, let’s take a quick glance at the key Infinix Zero Ultra specifications:

  • 8″ Curved AMOLED screen with 900 nits brightness and 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate
  • Dimensity 920 5G processor
  • 4500mAh battery with 180-watt charger for thunder charge support
  • 8GB RAM + 5GB Virtual RAM and 256GB onboard storage
  • 32MP selfie camera
  • 200MP main camera with DOL-HDR + 13 MP ultrawide + 2MP additional camera
  • Video recording capability up to 4K resolution.
  • Android 12 and XOS 12

Infinix Zero Ultra Review


Infinix Zero Ultra comes in the Infinix trademark big box and carries everything that a user would need for the device. Right at the top, once you open the box, is the device covered in branded wrapping.

Taking out the layer divider, the box contains a sim ejector tool, an XPark invite, a screen protector, and the dollar-like X Club invite. Another pretty interesting addition here is a card that grants you access to a limited-edition animated NFT.

Infinix Zero Ultra Review

Next, you will get in the box – a clear phone case, a type-c to 3.5mm adapter, and a type-c to type-c USB cord for charging. The highlight in the box is the massive 180-watt charging brick that is supposed to take this smartphone from 0 per cent to 100 per cent battery in just 12 minutes.

We will discuss more about the battery in the battery section below. It is important to note that the device does not have a 3.5mm headphone port and thus, the box contains a type-c wired headphone.

Design and Build

The level of work that has gone into the design of the Infinix Zero Ultra is truly impressive. It looks like a work of art from the back panel to the curved display. The Coslight Silver colour device has embossed 3d textured glass on its back with topography and maps style design.

It is a clean design with speaker grills, a microphone, a type-c port, and the dual-sim tray at the bottom, power button and volume controls to the right, and another set of speakers and microphone at the top.

While it is beautiful on the back, it is impossible to miss the curved waterfall screen on the front of this device. Overall, everything about the design of this Infinix Zero Ultra screams flagship. And it is definitely the kind of smartphone you would be asked about when you pull out in public.


The curved display on Infinix Zero Ultra is an absolute beauty. The display is a 6.8-inch curved AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 by 2400 pixels and a 120-hertz refresh rate. The Infinix Zero Ultra display is perfect for streaming videos and regular usage.

YouTube and Netflix streaming experience is seamless with sharp, colourful, and detailed videos at high quality including 4K content. The curved display adds its own touch to the all-around premium feel of this device. The elements on the screen are clearly visible on the curve to the side.

Infinix Zero Ultra Review


The Infinix Zero Ultra is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor. Other performance-related features include the Google Android 12 OS and Infinix XOS 12. This is where we have to applaud Infinix for the user interface of this smartphone. The UI of the older Infinix devices has always been a common point of contention for most users and it appears the brand has been extra conscious in trying to fix it.

Infinix has also packed 256 gigabytes of storage and 8 gigs of RAM in Zero Ultra. And keeping up with expectations in 2022, the device also brings memory fusion that allows users to take out up to 5 gigabytes of their storage to get 13 Gigabytes of RAM.

The performance of the device, similar to the display features, is screaming flagship with additions that truly add to the overall smartphone experience. The smartphone can be used as the main driver for gaming, streaming, texting, and streaming plus texting at the same time.

There was no significant drop in the performance of this device that could be recorded. Gamers can also rely on Infinix Zero Ultra for the highest quality gaming and frame rate without worrying much about any potential lag.

Battery and Charging Support

The battery is what we believe is one of the most significant selling points of Infinix Zero Ultra.

The 4500mAh battery comes with a 180-watt charge for fast charging support or Thunder charge support. As per the brand’s claims, the 180-watt charger should blast its battery from 0 per cent to 100 per cent in just 12 minutes.

While testing this claim can generate different results for different users. During such battery tests performed by one of the popular tech bloggers, the results weren’t exactly the same in the first attempt.

When the phone got to 0 per cent for the first time, it took about 17 minutes to go from 0 to 100. Nonetheless, this might not be similar to the brand’s claim but still is quite fast.


Infinix Zero Ultra Review

The primary camera on Infinix Zero Ultra is a whooping 200-megapixel wide camera lens. This is accompanied by a 13-megapixel Ultrawide Camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor for portrait shots.

The camera lineup is pretty exciting and the performance also appears to be decent in the shots advertised by Infinix. Looking at the regular wide and ultrawide shots, it seems Infinix was finally starting to grasp its computational photography.

Switching to the dedicated 200-megapixel mode and the night mode significantly improves the picture quality. In the 200-megapixel mode, the clarity and details captured are highly impressive. Users can easily zoom into the photos taken and still be quite comfortable with the result.

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