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Published On: Wed, Dec 13th, 2017

Infinix Zero 3 vs. Infinix Zero 4: What’s New?

One of the highly anticipated smartphone competitions this year happened between two devices from the same model lineup – Infinix Zero 3 and Infinix Zero 4. Both smartphones were warmly received by the buyers and critics, but there are enough differences between the two to make it a rather complicated choice. Learn about the differences between the two and shop the most affordable Infinix Zero 3 phones in Nigeria on Jiji.

Display and design

The 5.5-inch display of the Infinix Zero 3 received so much praise from the users that Infinix made the right decision of leaving the display largely unchanged for the release of the Zero 4. However, the one thing that has changed is the slightly curved glass cover of the Infinix Zero 4’s display, which gives it a trendy and high-end look.

While the display mostly remained the same after the upgrade, the design of the two phones couldn’t be more different. The Infinix Zero 3 came in a plastic body, which, despite its excellent quality, felt rather inexpensive. The Infinix Zero 4 is a different story – with a fully metal body this model has a premium feel and look that is much more fitting for its class.

Performance and software

One of the strongest sides of the Infinix Zero 3 was its 2.0GHz octa-core processor that the company surprisingly decided to downgrade for the release of the Zero 4, which is powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core processor. While the less powerful processor may seem disappointing for some users, the good news is that it doesn’t affect the performance too much and both the Infinix Zero 3 and 4 are as fast as you imagine.

Being released almost a year later than the Infinix Zero 3, the Zero 4 had the latest version of Android pre-installed, but now that Android 5.1 and 6.0 are both outdated, you will have to upgrade manually no matter which phone you go for.

Camera and battery

Another major selling point of the Infinix Zero 3 was its primary camera that had 20.7MP and was designed by Sony. This camera delivers photos of outstanding quality and we expected the Infinix Zero 4 to have an even better one. Instead, Infinix decided to downgrade the camera of the Zero 4, which now has only 16MP. However, the Infinix Zero 4 became the first Infinix phone with optical image stabilization, which is a welcome feature for all smartphone photographers.

The battery was one of the few things the users weren’t happy about in the Infinix Zero 3: with 3030mAh it was nothing but average. The battery upgrade for the Infinix Zero 4 was rather subtle, but the 3200mAh capacity will still give you several more hours of battery life.

Author: Alexander Kala

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