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Infinix Zero 6 and 6 Pro Price In Nigeria

The Infinix Zero 6 and Zero 6 People were unveiled at a recently held Infinix even, succeeding the Infinix Zero 5. Now, asides from announcing the phone, they also announced the Infinix Zero 6 Price in Nigeria for the Nigerian Market which is pretty impressive. Usually, after the announcement of a device, it takes a little bit of time before then prices are made public. Before we get to the prices of these two devices, which are identical in many ways than one, let’s have a look its Features.

The only thing setting the Infinix Zero 6 and Zero 6 Pro apart, earning the later the “Pro” in its name is the extra amount of storage on the inside. Infinix Zero 6 has 64GB of internal storage while the Zero 6 Pro has double of that at 128GB, both of which are expandable through the MicroSD slot. There is also 6GB of RAM on both devices for smooth multitasking which is hooked up to the Snapdragon 636 SoC – an octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz paired with an Adreno 509 GPU for gaming.

Infinix Zero 6 and 6 Pro Price In Nigeria

Its display is 6.18-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with a notch, a bathtub notch housing the single front-facing 20MP camera with an LED flash, speaker grill and other sensors. There is dual rear camera comprising of a 24MP main camera and a secondary 12MP camera, both of which work together to produce beautiful portrait photos. It runs the latest Android operating system – Android 9.0 Pie – out of the box with Infinix XOS UI (Version 4.0 Honeybee) on top.

Powering the device is 3,680mAh battery which is equipped with fast charging through it’s USB Type-C Port. It also has 4G LTE, a fingerprint sensor at the back and the almost extinct 3.5mm Jack. As for the Infinix Zero 6 Price in Nigeria, it has a starting price of N105,000 for the 6GB/64GB configuration (Infinix Zero 6) and N116,500 for the 6GB/128GB configuration (Infinix Zero 6 Pro). The only difference being the storage, which as I said earlier can be expanded further on both devices, up to another 128GB through a microSD card.

Obodo David
Obodo David
Obodo David is a senior writer at He likes all things tech but has a keen interest in the mobile segment of things. If he isn't following up on the latest smartphone trends, he is most likely playing mobile games or catching up with his favorite Tv shows.Mobile Gamer || TechLover || Android Soldier || Phone Geek || Future PC Gamer


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