The Zero 20 is the more interesting of the pair. It has a 6.7-inch 90Hz AMOLED of 1080p resolution at the front, a MediaTek Helio G99 chip inside, and a 4,500mAh battery with 45W charging.
It packs a 108MP wide camera, 13MP ultrawide, and an auxiliary 2MP sensor on the back. On the front you can find its stand-out feature - an autofocusing, optically-stabilized selfie camera with a 60MP sensor at that!
The Infinix Zero 20 is now on sale in Gold and Gray in a single 8/256GB configuration. The price is listed at a nominal €460, but the phone is currently priced at €322.
Moving on to the Infinix Note 20 (2023). As its name, and appearance suggest, this is a face-lifted variant of the Infinix Note 12 Pro. Seemingly the only real difference is the main camera, which has moved from a 108MP to a 50MP sensor. Infinix may have also reduced the non-Pro to a single speaker since stereo isn't mentioned, but there's no explicit confirmation of the change.
The Infinix Note 20 (2023) is on sale in 8/128GB configuration and in Grey, White, and Blue colors. It's priced at €218.
Infinix has not come up with water resistant and even more e.t.c.
As I said, I don't know how to root Infinix phones and since my current phone is still new, I don't plant to do it. And yes, I got rid of all bloatwares that can be removed/unistalled, had zero spam messages or ads in 3 months. The hidden o...
Poor battery capacity...