Infinix Zero 8 is Coming to Pakistan Soon; Features 64MP Quad Camera Setup with Sony Sensor

Faisal Rasool

Infinix's first-ever mid-range phone, the Infinix Zero 8 recently got announced and might soon be landing in Pakistan, according to WhatMobile’s local sources. Featuring a big display, a unique design, and impressive hardware to boot, this next-gen ‘almost flagship’ refreshes the Zero series. Let’s talk about the newest Zero from the popular budget-friendly brand.

We start with the ‘gem cut’ Zero 8 design: a diamond-shaped camera bump and a duotone finish on plastic — the other half presenting an aurora look. The oversized camera island is accented with a chrome ring and has four cameras and an LED flash, making a plus layout.

The upcoming handset would come painted in Silver Diamond, Black Diamond, and Green Diamond colors. It’s fresh but garish.

The Infinix Zero 8 display is cut around a capsule-style hole punch that houses the dual front camera. You’re looking at a giant 6.85” FHD+ screen that reaches a fluid 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling for smooth UI/UX. There’s a 48MP main camera embedded inside, supporting 4K video and the ‘Ultra Night Selfie’ mode. The second lens captures ultra-wide-angle selfies. The fingerprint reader is mounted on the side & as far as the price is concerned, the handset will be listed as a premium addition to the Infinix price list.

Flip the Infinix Zero 8 over to find a high-res 64MP Sony-made camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, a dedicated ultra night camera, and one for bokeh shots. EIS and Gyroscope powered image stabilization is found across the board for both the front and the rear cameras. It also features intelligent eye-tracking and AI scene detection for speedy focusing when you’re taking selfies.

The processor is where the Zero 8 might suffer, however. After switching to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon last year, Infinix is going back to the previous-gen MediaTek Helio G90T, combined with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (expandable up to 2TB). That being said, the higher touch sampling/refresh rate and the optimizing ‘Game Turbo V1.0’ should make for a smooth experience for medium to light gaming. Plus, there’s a cooling system for when your phone gets toasty. 

Infinix Zero 8's 4,500 mAh battery charges over 33W, powering up your device from 0 to 70 percent in only 30 minutes. The software onboard is the XOS 7 (based on Android 10). It’s expected to start from Rs. 39,999.


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