Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria

The Infinix Zero 5G is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset, a 6-nanometer processor.

This smartphone is impressive and one area where the Infinix Zero 5G is head and shoulders above other smartphones is in the box it comes with, it looks very amazing.

If you want to know the price of this device before buying it, then you are at the right place. you can also check out the specs and a more intensive review of the whole smartphone after checking out the price.

Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria

The Infinix Zero 5G price in Nigeria is ₦169,500. It comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage which is expandable by a micro SD card.

Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria
Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria
Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria
8GB RAM + 128GB₦169,500
Infinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria

On opening the box, the first thing you’re going to see is the smartphone. It comes in a variety of colours which include; Cosmic Black, Skylight Orange, and Horizon Blue.

Infinix Zero 5G Full Specifications

BASIC INFOInfinix Zero 5G Price In Nigeria
NameInfinix Zero 5G
ModelsX6815B, X6815
Launch DateFebruary 8th, 2022
Type of ScreenIPS LCD
Size Of Screen6.78 inches
Resolution1080 x 2460
Dimensions168.7 x 76.5 x 8.8mm
Build MaterialGlass front, plastic frame, and back.
SoftwareAndroid 11 Running on XOS 10.6
ProcessorMediatek Dimensity 900 
Optical Zoom2MP
Video RecordingMain Camera (4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps) Selfie Camera (1080p@30fps)
Internal Storage128GB 
FingerprintYes (Side-Mounted)
ColorsCosmic Black, Skylight Orange, and Horizon Blue.
SIMDual Nano SIM
FM RadioYes
3.5mm jackYes
Infinix Zero 5G Full Specifications


Unboxing Experience

The Infinix Zero 5G comes with the same ejector tool, and a two-year warranty card with a lot of information, but the one that grabbed my attention is that you get free screen repair for the first 180 days. So if you mistakenly break the display within the first 180 days, Infinix is going to replace the screen for free.

It also comes with a TPU case, earphones that sound good, a USB Type-C cable, and a 33-watt fast charger, and it charges the smartphone from 0-100% in one hour and 25 minutes, which isn’t bad.

Design & Build Quality

Now let’s talk about the build quality. The Infinix Zero 5G is made from plastic and it attracts smudges and fingerprints. If you commit a crime and you leave the smartphone behind, you are done for. Now the side of this smartphone is made from plastic and for the front, it doesn’t scratch easily. Oh my God! No, okay, that’s just the screen protector. Check this out.

The Infinix Zero 5G doesn’t have an IP rating, but it can withstand being submerged in water a couple of times. Do not intentionally dip your phone into water, there is no guarantee that it won’t spoil.

Now, moving to the external features, at the top, it has a microphone. On the right side, it has a dual 5G SIM card and a memory card tray. At the bottom, it comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack, another microphone, a USB Type-C port, and a mono speaker.

The mono speaker sounds all right, and when you hold the smartphone, the sound bounces off your hand, making it a bit louder.

Moving to the right side is where you’ll find the volume keys and the power/fingerprint scanner. The volume keys are a bit too flush with the frame of this smartphone, and pressing it can be a bit tricky. As for the fingerprint scanner, the location is very good. I didn’t have any issue unlocking the smartphone; it is super fast. The face unlock feature is also available on this smartphone, and it works well.


The Infinix Zero 5G comes with a 6.78-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1080 by 2460 pixels. It has a refresh rate of 120 hertz and a touch sampling rate of 240 hertz. For brightness, you will get about 433 nits, and I think it’s kind of Usable under the sun. The display is good for watching YouTube videos and other media content.

The Infinix Zero 5G also supports HDR10 and HDR HLG, but the color looks desaturated when you watch HDR content.

Processor, Performance & RAM

One area where the Infinix Zero 5G stands out is in the performance department. It comes with a MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor which is a 6-nanometer processor that is efficient and delivers exceptional performance. When it comes to multitasking, the Infinix Zero 5G does it like no other smartphone at its price point.

It comes with 8GB of RAM that can be expanded to 11GB of RAM through memory fusion. What it does is it uses some of the internal storage to increase the RAM size, and the result is it retains more apps in the background. The RAM in the Infinix Zero 5G is UFS 3.1, an LPDDR5 extra, making installing, saving, and launching applications super fast on this device.


Gaming on this Smartphone is cool. The Infinix Zero 5G comes with the Mali G60 GPU, and that helps in rendering smooth graphics for PUBG. You can Play the game at HDR graphics and ultra frame rate; the gameplay is smooth, and the gyroscope also works well. You can play Call of Duty at high graphics and very high frame rates. The gameplay was also very smooth.

For one of the most demanding games on mobile, Genshin Impact, the Infinix Zero 5G played the game at the highest graphics settings, but that made the smartphone hot. Leaving the graphics setting at medium graphics did the trick, and the gameplay was good.

Sottware & UI

For the operating system, the Infinix Zero 5G is running Android 11 with XOS version 10.0. Hopefully, it will get the Android 12 update.

Taking a look at the pre-installed applications on this smartphone, known as bloatware, I counted 26 of them. You can uninstall some of these applications. For notifications on pre-installed applications, you can also disable them.

Camera Specs

The front-facing camera on the Infinix Zero 5G is a 16-megapixel shooter and the HDR works Very well.

The main camera is a 48-megapixel shooter and the pictures it captures look good and detailed. The second camera at the rear is a 30-megapixel 2x camera. I would have preferred an ultra-wide camera, but the 2x camera takes detailed pictures.

Battery & Charging

The 5,000-milliampere battery it comes with is very solid. you will get around 6 hours of screen time as a heavy user. If you’re a moderate user, this smartphone will easily last you the entire day. For the charging time, it took 1 hour and 25 minutes to charge this smartphone from 0-100% using the 33-watt fast charger.


Where the smartphone comes short is it doesn’t come with stereo speakers, and it doesn’t have an AMOLED display. If those things don’t bother you, the Infinix Zero 5G is a very good smartphone. Let me know what you think about this smartphone in the comment section.

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