By demand, we bring you our Infinix zero 4 comparison: a face-off between the Infinix Zero 4 and its bigger brother, the Zero 4 Plus. The two devices share many things in common. From a distance, you would be unable to tell the two apart besides the difference in size.
The two Zero 4 smartphones were announced and launched by Infinix Mobility at the same time. But the differences go beyond just size. We pit the two beautiful phones against one another in this Infinix Zero 4 Comparison and draw some conclusions that you can put to good use.
The Infinix Zero 4 Comparison
|Zero 4||Zero 4 Plus|
|1(2100) / 3(1800) / 5(850) / 7(2600) / 8(900) / 20(800) LTE Bands||1(2100) / 3(1800) / 7(2600) / 20(800) / 28(700) LTE Bands|
|151.5 x 76 x 7.75 mm||160.50 x 82.97 x 8.25 mm|
|5.5 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels (440 PPI). Gorilla Glass 3||6.0 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels (401 PPI). Gorilla Glass 3|
|1,3 GHz Octa-core MediaTek MT6753||2.1 GHz Deca-core Mediatek Helio X20|
|Mali-T720 graphics processor||Mali-T880 graphics processor|
|3 GB RAM||4 GB RAM|
|38,944 AnTuTu score||84,799 AnTuTu score|
|16 MP rear camera with dual LED flash||21 MP rear camera with dual LED flash|
|8 MP selfie camera||13 MP selfie camera|
|32 GB internal storage + dedicated microSD slot, up to 128 GB||32 GB internal storage + hybrid microSD slot, up to 128 GB|
|Fingerprint scanner||Fingerprint scanner|
|3,200 mAh battery + Fast Charge||4,000 mAh battery + Fast Charge|
The Zero 4 is the smaller, handier dude, but it gives you a dedicated micro-SD card slot. The Zero 4 has two versions, and one of them does not support Glo’s 28(700) LTE band. Let em explain: Each phone has two variants. Zero 4 has variant A and B. Zero 4 Plus also has variant A and B. The two variants for the Zero 4 Plus support Glo’s 4G band, but only one of the Zero 4’s variants does. If you need support for Glo’s 4G and want to buy the Zero 4, you need to ask/check to be sure that you are getting the supported one.
The bigger, heavier Zero 4 has better cameras, a more solid battery, more powerful processor, and more RAM. But there is no dedicated micro-SD card slot and both versions support Glo’s LTE band.
Besides those differences, both devices are made of the same solid material, share similar design, both have fingerprint scanner, fast charge, and both run Android 6 Marshmallow. Of course, the Zero 4 Plus is also more expensive. The choice is yours: which of the two Pros will you spend on?
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