Infinix Zero 20 Review: One For The Selfie Lovers

Infinix Zero 20 Review: One For The Selfie Lovers

The Infinix Zero 20 has just been launched in the Indian market starting at Rs 15,999 and among other notable things, the device is marketed as the first 60MP OIS enabled selfie shooter. But is this the only positive feature of the Zero 20 or is there more? Let's find out in this detailed smartphone review.


As far as budget smartphones go, the Infinix Zero 20 is pretty much right. It takes great selfies, has a solid design, a bright screen and decent performance. Its low-light capabilities can be a bit lacking, and the user interface isn't the sharpest in the segment. However, if these issues don't factor into your purchasing decision, the Zero 20 should be a good buy.

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The Zero 20 is elegant with its flat, rectangular, plate-like design. The dark matte finish of the phone goes well with the shiny silver rails and raised camera. As usual, a USB Type-C port and speaker grille can be found at the bottom with the addition of a 3.5mm headphone jack. After holding the phone for a while, I found the build to be well balanced, solid and elegantly designed. In short, the Zero 20 should be high on your list of considerations if you like elegant exteriors.

As for the screen, the device has a 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. There's an old-fashioned waterdrop-style notch at the top to house the 60MP OIS selfie camera and the bezels around the panel aren't too slim. or. Be that as it may, the overall viewing experience offered by the device is quite good. Color and brightness levels were to my liking, although a slight blue glare sometimes appeared when the screen was tilted. The panel lacks HDR capabilities with OTT content limited to HD only via WideVine L1 certification. I found the 90Hz refresh rate a bit choppy in heavy apps like YouTube and Facebook.

As for the camera setup, the main shooter is a 108MP sensor supported by a 13MP and 2MP ultra-wide-angle macro sensor. The 60MP OIS selfie camera is the main feature of the device and I tested it in different lighting conditions. When you click on a default 15MP pixel photo, the full resolution 60MP mode can be opened with one click. The captured images are actually quite rich and capture facial details. It also calibrates the exposure behind my face quite well and thanks to OIS I can still take sharp photos even if my hands shake a bit.

In terms of battery life, the device uses a 4,500 mAh cell that can be fast charged at 44 W. In PCMark's battery test, the device scored 10 hours, which is pretty average for a phone. My usage saw about five odd hours of screen time without intense gaming. The phone can charge up to 100% in about an hour and up to 50% in just 20 minutes.

Final decision

For a price tag of Rs 15,999, the Infinix Zero 20 offers a decent smartphone experience. Other than a few glitches in night photography and bloatware, there's nothing to complain about. Performance levels seem optimal for normal use, such as 8GB of RAM. And yes, selfie lovers should definitely find the device worth using.

Editor's Rating: 3.5 / 5


  • Good selfie camera
  • Good performance
  • Solid construction


  • Low light photos could be better
  • The water drop cutout looks outdated
  • Bloatware

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