In the last few years Infinix turned from a newcomer in the smartphone market into a trendsetter. Whenever there is a new model from Infinix expected to be released, customers and tech fans all over the world can’t wait to learn more about the device and what it’s capable of.
The Zero 2 X509, unveiled in late 2015, became the successor to the extremely popular Infinix Zero. Find out what’s special about the model!
One of the first things that catch your attention when you first look at the Infinix Zero 2 X509 is its fashion-forward design. The smartphone is available in two attractive colors, red and black, while the back the device is covered in a diagonal pattern.
Buyers are guaranteed to appreciate the high-end materials used to produce the Zero 2 X509: the aluminium frame, the Gorilla Glass 3 screen, and the Kevlar fiber back cover not only elevate the look of the device, but also helps the phone maintain its appealing design for years.
Despite its sturdy look, the Zero 2 X509 weighs only 118g and is less than 7mm thick, which makes it easily transportable and durable.
As a flagship device, the Infinix Zero 2 X509 was expected to provide excellent hardware specs, and no buyer was left upset when the specs were finally uncovered.
The device runs on a 2GHz Octa Core processor, which is renowned for its performance. The 2GB of RAM add to the smartphone’s multitasking capabilities. The built-in storage is 16GB and is easily upgradable to 32GB with the help of an SD memory card.
As for extra equipment, you will find that your Zero 2 X509 has a light, proximity, and gyro sensor. The smartphone comes with pre-installed Android 4.4 Kitkat.
Since today the consumers prefer to carry a single device instead of multiple gadgets, smartphones are expected to double as cameras, but, unfortunately, not many devices are up to the task. The Zero 2 X509 however, offers a wide range of photo and video capabilities.
The rear 13MP camera is equipped with smart gesture, LED flash, geo-tagging feature, and instant focus. The new camera comes as a major upgrade from the camera in the original Zero.
The front camera is a 5MP one, and while it doesn’t have as many outstanding features, it’s perfectly good for taking flattering selfies and holding video calls.
Portability is an essential smartphone feature, and much of the portability depends on the battery. A device with a poor battery will be a huge disappointment, since it will need to be charged several times a day.
Luckily, the Infinix developers know what the buyers are looking for, which is why the Zero 2 X509 includes a 2300mAh battery, which is a notable boost from the previous model.
With regular power supplies problems that are common for Nigeria, you will be pleasantly surprised by how long your new Infinix Zero 2 X509 can last.