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Infinix Zero 4: Unboxing and First Impressions

November 29, 2016
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The Infinix Zero 4 is the latest Infinix smartphone to launch in Kenya.

The Zero 4 is the upgrade of the Zero 3, and its launch comes almost a year after the launch of the latter.

That said; check out the unboxing of the Infiniz Zero 4.  If you are into videos, below is a video of the Zero 4 unboxing.

Packaging

The Infinix Zero 4 comes in a neat black rectangular packaging box. The box is simple yet elegant. It lacks the premium luster that the Zero 3 box had, but hey, it’s still quite good.

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Infinix decided on a lean packaging concept and this is unlike the generous and sophisticated packaging box of the Tecno Phantom 6.

Inside the box you will find;

  • Infinix Zero 4
  • 3-Pin AC Charger
  • USB Cable
  • A Pair of Earphones
  • Screen Protector
  • SIM Ejector Tool
  • Transparent Clam Shell Case
  • User Guide

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First Impressions

My first impression of the Infinix Zero 4 was generally positive. Yeah, I had expected more from the packaging, but i guess this is kind of insignificant since after all what’s inside the box is what really matters.

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Unboxing the smartphone was pretty much straightforward and you can begin to experience the smartphone right away.

What I noticed first about the smartphone is the design. I have the gun metal color variant and I think it looks gorgeous and has this premium look and feel, something that is often elusive on budget smartphones.

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The camera bulge is probably one of the design cues that ruined the otherwise flawless design. However, my Infinix insider sources explained that the bulge is as a result of the Optical Image stabilization components the camera possesses.

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The good news is that the bulge becomes hard to notice when you clip on the clamshell case that comes with the Zero 4.

The display looks amazing. It’s a 2.5D one (as explained in our specifications review) and thus display details appear to pop out. The display does a good job of mimicking a curved display, but still struggles to emulate the effect. However, the 2.5D display still enhances the appeal of the smartphone.

The Infinix Zero 4 runs XOS out of the box and the software runs well, really well. I can compare it to sliding a hot knife through butter :)

I am yet to fully test the battery life of the Infinix Zero 4 but so far so good.

We will be doing a full review of the Infinix Zero 4 in the coming days and you can include in the comments details of the smartphone you would want highlighted.

Kevin is a Passionate Technology Enthusiast and the Lead Writer at MobiTrends. He has been writing about Smartphones and Mobile Technology since 2012. Drop him your comments below :)

  • Felix Muchiri

    at least they do a good job in the accessories, some don’t include earphones leave alone the case, I’d love to see the camera performance

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