Infinix Zero 30 Review: Affordable 4K/60 Vlog Camera

Infinix Zero 30 Review: Affordable 4K/60 Vlog Camera

Less than a month after launching an affordable gaming phone, Chinese smartphone brand Infinix is ​​back with an affordable camera phone. Priced around $350 in Asia, the Infinix Zero is a stylish and beautiful smartphone with a 50-megapixel front camera capable of recording 4K video at 60 frames per second (FPS). This solves the main problem of many Chinese foldable devices from brands like Xiaomi and Oppo, whose front cameras only record in 1080p resolution.

Recording at 4K/60 fps provides smoother motion in the video, which can be ideal for some types of vlogs. Despite the ability to take selfies, the camera sits in a mere cutout below a 6.8-inch OLED screen with a 144Hz refresh rate.

The back has a stunning design that I really like: vegan leather with gold aluminum plate with 108MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide sensor and 2MP depth. As usual, the 2MP sensor is more of a decoration than a useful lens, but the main camera is solid enough, capable of taking photos with sharp colors and great contrast.

To complement the unexpected capabilities of the main front and rear cameras, the Infinix software team created a "Movie Mode" that allows the user to record multiple clips, after which the phone's machine learning algorithm will link the mini-blogs together. Video effects and music. The end result is something a serious videographer or vlogger can't handle, but it's a simple one-touch vlogging mode for the average user. Below is a video blog of what the phone put together in just a few seconds.

Considering the average price range of this phone, these camera specs punch above their weight class. Otherwise, I love how sleek the phone is, weighing in at 185g and less than 8mm thick. With curved sides and a leather back panel with grips, it is very comfortable to hold.

Under the hood is a Medtech Dimensity 8020 paired with 12GB of RAM. The chip itself is good, but the UFS 3.1 storage allows it to be as fast as other high-end phones. The touch specs are also a bit tight, but considering the price, I can't complain too much.

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