Before the device went out on the market, Infinix was talking about developing a battery-life device. The result is exactly as predicted.
Infinix recently moved on to the smartphone called Infinix Zero 5. The XCharge is powered by an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P25 16nm SoC with a built-in 4350mAh battery with 18W fast charging support, a 5.98 inch 1080p display, 6GB of RAM, and a device running XOS 3.0 and 7.0 (Nougat), battery and charger we would like to share with you test results.
The duration of the conversation is taking place among the leaders even though there are not very great differences.
3G Usage Time
If you have made the difference between 3G usage time and your competitors, it is a real leader at this stage.
Just as in 3G, WiFi has made a remarkable difference in the field.
Video Playback Time
There is almost no difference with the opponent at the top, so it is important to note that this list is also a reminder.
Here comes the only thing that is mediocre, 2 hours and 22 minutes with an average value among the competitors.
Here’s another area where he is a leader in battery management. The closest rival has exactly 57 days and 2 days difference.
As a result, the new Infinix Zero 5 has average value in terms of battery charge management while the shirt is dominated by its competitors. If we get an overall average, Zero 5 is at the top of the list of possible names for this listener. If the charging cycle is not vital for you, you can seriously think seriously about the Zero 5, which has a performance above what you expected.