The Innjoo 3 which is a successor to the Innjoo 2 is rumoured to drop before next year, it and it sports certain features that make it a unique smartphone and one of the best ever made by Innjoo. Although it hasn’t been released for sale yet, a few leaks online and a listing on Innjoo’s official website have shown that Innjoo phone lovers are in for a better treat. The phone sports interesting top-end features that makes it one of the sought after smartphones in the market.
The Infinix Zero 4, on the other hand, is Infinix’s flagship smartphone for the year 2016. The Infinix Zero 4 (X574) is the fourth generation member of the Infinix Zero series and it comes with a variant, the Zero 4 Plus. It offers a massive upgrade to Zero 3, its predecessor. The Infinix Zero 4 also comes with new features such as a more powerful processor and a rear camera with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS).
In this article, I pit the Innjoo 3 against the Infinix Zero 4. I’m going to compare them according to their specifications (display, design, memory, battery, hardware, software, etc) and when I’m done, I’ll leave you to choose which one is best for you. Enjoy.
Innjoo 3 vs Infinix Zero 4 – Device Comparison
To make it easier for you to breeze through, here is a table of contents. Click on any of them to jump to the content:
- Design & Display
- Performance & Storage
- Battery & Charging
- Software & Hardware
Display & Design
The two smartphones have the same specifications when it comes to display. Both smartphones come with the standard 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display panels with a resolution of 1080 * 1920 pixels which is becoming a norm for smartphones nowadays. They certainly do not differ from each other if you are looking to pick your choice in terms of display.
Performance & Storage
Again, the two smartphones do not also have any marked differences when it comes to performance. The Innjoo 3 is powered by a 64-bit Octa-core MediaTek MT6750T processor with a processing speed of 1.5GHz with Mali T860 MP2 GPU for fast and lag-free operations, while the Infinix Zero 4 also features an octa-core MediaTek MT6753 chipset with the same speed of 1.5GHz.
In terms of storage, however, the Innjoo 3 offers more, in that it has 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 128GB with a microSD card while the Infinix Zero 4 offers 3GB of RAM with 32GB of built-in storage and supports up to 128GB microSD card. In spite of their equal processor performance, the Innjoo 3 wins the race.
The Innjoo 3 sports an incredible 21MP camera with Autofocus and LED flash at the rear, while the front houses an 8MP selfie shooter to give a dynamic picture quality while the Infinix Zero 4 sports an impressive 20.7MP rear camera, and at the front, it sports 8MP camera for selfies. As impressive as both camera setups are, the Innjoo 3 proves to be too much to handle for the Zero 4 when it comes to photography.
Battery & Charging
In the power house, the Innjoo 3 packs a 3000mAh Li-Polymer battery which Innjoo claims can give you 2 hours of talk time on a 5-minute charge while the Infinix Zero 4 packs a slightly more powerful 3200mAh non-removable Li-Ion battery with a fast charging feature (Xcharge PE+ 2.0), 10 minutes charge for up to 5 hours talk time.
The two smartphones support 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as USB On The Go (OTG). Both are not compatible with NFC, so apparently they tie in terms of connectivity.
Software & Hardware
The two devices show similarity again in terms of hardware, and they both practically run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. They also have the fingerprint sensor that unlocks at a similar speed of 0.3 seconds.
In Nigeria, the Infinix Zero 4 sells for a price of N94,000 while it is not yet clear what the price of the Innjoo 3 will be.
Conclusion – Innjoo 3 vs Infinix Zero 4
In conclusion, the two phones really sport very nice features and in some cases, they practically share the spoils. However, in terms of camera and storage, the Innjoo 3 seems to do better than the Infinix Zero 4, so I would surely go for the Innjoo 3.
The question is, which do you think is the best between the Innjoo 3 and Infinix Zero 4 based on our comparison above?