The Infinix Zero 4 and the Zero 4 Plus were launched last week at a press briefing at the Best Western Starfire Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. The event was themed “The PRO”, alluding to the target market of the Infinix Zero 4 and Zero 4 plus – professionals. Unfortunately, I got caught in traffic and missed most of the event. I did manage to be there in time for the small chops though.

The phone itself looks pretty interesting. I’m looking forward to how the 4000 mAh battery translates to real world use though. It’s also got (like the Hot S) a fingerprint scanner, 5.98in, full HD display, 21MP front camera and 13MP rear camera with optical image stabilization and laser focus, fast charging, among others things. But enough with the talk, you’re here to see what the phone looks like. Well, here it is:

The Infinix Zero 4 Plus

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It feels a little lighter than is apparent, but the build is solid as I need it to be. It has a full metal body, and the back cover is a matte metallic (coloured lilac grey in this case) material, which means there’ll be no fingerprint marks and the grip feels solid.

The headphone jack is placed at the top, something I’ll take for granted because all the phones I have used have always had their headphone jacks in that position. The phone has a 6 inch display, but this is not inconvenient at all, as I have pretty large hands (insert Lana Kane joke). The fingerprint scanner is placed behind the phone, also convenient as I am quite familiar with devices designed like that.

The Zero 4 plus is a high-range phone, so I expect it to do pretty well with most tasks. Either way, you’ll find out when you read Osarumen’s review, so watch this space.

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