The Zero X Series have a triple-lens camera that takes smartphone photography to another level.
Zero X Pro being a flagship smartphone with a major focus on photography has a 108MP OIS ultra-night Venti camera, an 8MP periscope telephoto with 5X optical zoom and 60X hybrid zoom, and a 120° field of view (FOV) 8MP ultra-wide & macro lens.
The capabilities of the camera didn’t go unnoticed as Ubergizmo has awarded Zero x Pro the best camera under $400. This was after being put side by side other smartphones such as, Redmi Note 10 Pro, Realme 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy A 52, vivo V21 and Oppo F19 Pro.
Ubergizmo is a media platform that gives honest reviews, opinions and tutorials on technology products with a humorous spin. Ubergizmo describes, “The Infinix Zero X Series rear camera systems have been carefully crafted with the most common use cases in mind, featuring an excellent primary camera module supported by a powerful zoom and an Ultrawide camera.”
The ZERO X Pro, fully loaded with an 108MP OIS is quite different from ordinary smartphones in terms of camera clarity, revealing far more detail than can be seen with the naked eye.
It is also the world’s first 108MP smartphone installed on the MTK 4G platform.
The super moon mode that allows users to capture the moon in the night sky is another interesting feature it carries and one of what most fans are raving about across social media platforms.
Fans are excited to be able to zoom into the moon — an experience that has never been possible before.
As always, Infinix has an interesting deal for you when you purchasethe Infinix Zero X with Easybuy. You can pay 30% of the phone’s total cost and pay the rest in installments.
Simply buy your #InfinixZeroX smartphone with Easybuy and post a lovely unboxing video of the phone with the hashtag #ZeroXWithEasyBuy and you could get 0% interest when you are to pay the balance. The Zero X Pro goes for ₦187, 800 only while the Zero X goes for ₦151, 000 only.
Don’t miss this mouth watering deal and the #SeeBeyond ZeroX experience.
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