It has a 90 hertz refresh rate display. It has up to eight gigs of ram a mediatek helio, g90t processor and a 48 megapixel primary camera with a quad camera setup, but all of this costs just under 16 000 rupees. So how does it work out in real life find that out in our review of the infinix zero, eight i, but before we get started? Let me quickly remind you to subscribe to our channel that is gadget360 and also hit that bell icon, so that you are always notified of our latest videos: Music, the infinix, zero. Eight. I is a tall smartphone and the big display makes single handed use a little tricky. The zero eight i isn’t thick and the curved sides make it a little bit difficult to hold. I found the infinix zero eight eye to be a little on the heavier side. Tipping the scales at 210 grams, you get a big 6.85 inch. Full hd plus display with a 20.5, is to 9 aspect ratio and a fast refresh rate of 90 hertz. The infinix zero 8i has a fast fingerprint scanner, and the device just needs a tap on the power button to unlock it face. Unlock 2 was quick and did not require more than one attempt to unlock the big display on the zero eight. I makes watching videos engaging and i also enjoyed streaming content on it, but stereo speakers would have enhanced the overall experience even further.
I found the display brightness to be adequate, but the large display is reflective with the zero eight i set to a faster 90 hertz refresh rate by default. The ui felt snappy. I did not have to wait for long for apps to load and the multitasking was a breeze thanks to the mediatek helio g90t processor what’s. More interesting is the fact that infinix has paired it with 8 gigs of ram and 128 gigs of ufs 2.1 storage. The helio g90t is a gaming processor and infinix has opted for a liquid cooling solution to keep thermals in check call of duty. Mobile was quick to load and ran at the high setting by default for both graphics and frame rate. The game ran without any issues. At these settings, the infinix zero eight i offered decent battery life and with my usage, i only needed to charge it the next day in a hd video loop test, the smartphone went on for 16 hours and 45 minutes, which is acceptable, given the battery capacity of It is 4500 milliamp hours, infinix offers 33 watt fast charging support on the zero eight i, but you only get an 18 watt charger in the box, the smartphone charged to 33 percent in 30 minutes and got to 68 percent in an hour in terms of software. The zero 8i runs x, os 7 on top of android 10 and had the october android security patch, which is a bit dated at this point.
There is a fair amount of bloatware also that comes preinstalled on the device. Some of these apps kept sending spammy notifications, which is annoying the infinix. Zero 8i has a quad camera setup with a 48 megapixel primary camera and 8 megapixel ultra wide angle, camera a broker lens and a low light sensor, daylight shots clicked using the zero eight. I were just average objects nearby had decent detail, but the smartphone did not capture details well for objects. Further away from the camera photos clicked using the ultra wide angle lens had a slightly different color tone and lacked details for close up shots. The camera occasionally struggled to focus where i wanted it to photos, appear good, as is but zooming in revealed that the output isn’t very sharp, portraits clicked from the infinix zero eight eye were good and had good edge detection. You do get an option to set the level of blur before taking a shot low light. Shots were average and lag detail after enabling night mode, though the quality did improve, but it takes about four seconds to take a shot. The shot does have better details in the shadows, but there is some visible grain after zooming in for selfies, this phone has a 16 megapixel primary camera and an 8 megapixel ultra wide angle. Camera selfies, clicked using the primary camera, had good details. The wide angle selfie did not match the primary in terms of quality. You can take selfie portraits as well, and i found that the edge detection was also pretty good low light.
Selfies were good and the selfie light does come in handy when shooting in dimly lit areas. Video recording tops out at 4k for the primary camera, as well as the selfie shooter footage shot at 4k. Wasn’T stabilized and the one shot at 1080p did have visible shakes in the output. There is an ultra steady mode as well that helps stabilize footage, but it has a visible shimmer effect in low light to conclude the infinix zero a i pack, some interesting hardware on paper, which helps the smartphone deliver good performance. The mediatek helio g90t is a capable processor and paired with eight gigs of ram. There are very few things that can slow it down. Even the 90 hertz display plays a role in making the overall user experience smooth. However, the 8i does have a couple of shortcomings which could make the potential buyers think twice. The first one has to be software, it does have bloatware pre installed and a few stock apps push spammy notifications, which is very disappointing. Battery capacity is decent, but if you want to play some games on the smartphone you’ll end up charging it frequently and also, if you’re, on the market for a camera phone or like a better camera in a budget smartphone. You might want to look at the real me, seven or the redmi note 9 pro max, and that has been it for our review of the infinix zero eight i if this review helped you do.