The rational design of wide-temperature working Zn–air batteries is essential for his or her sensible purposes. Nonetheless, the basic challenges stay; the limitation of the sluggish oxygen redox kinetics, inadequate lively websites, and poor effectivity/cycle lifespan. Right here we current heterointerface-promoted sulfur-deficient cobalt-tin-sulfur (CoS1−δ/SnS2−δ) trifunctional electrocatalysts by a facile solvothermal solution-phase strategy. The CoS1−δ/SnS2−δ shows very good trifunctional actions, exactly a record-level oxygen bifunctional exercise of 0.57 V (E1/2 = 0.90 V and Ej=10 = 1.47 V) and a hydrogen evolution overpotential (41 mV), outperforming these of Pt/C and RuO2. Theoretical calculations reveal the modulation of the digital buildings and d-band facilities that endorse quick electron/proton transport for the hetero-interface and keep away from the sturdy adsorption of intermediate species. The alkaline Zn–air batteries with CoS1−δ/SnS2−δ manifest record-high energy density of 249 mW cm−2 and long-cycle life for >1000 cycles beneath harsh operations of 20 mA cm−2, surpassing these of Pt/C + RuO2 and former state-of-the-art catalysts. Moreover, the solid-state versatile Zn–air battery additionally shows exceptional efficiency with an vitality density of 1077 Wh kg−1, >690 cycles for 50 mA cm−2, and a large working temperature from +80 to −40 °C with 85% capability retention, which gives insights for sensible Zn–air batteries.