A year ago in December, US-based smartphone brand InFocus launched the InFocus Vision 3 smartphone in India with an 18:9 display and a 4000 mAh battery at a price of ₹6999.
The InFocus Vision 3 Pro also comes equipped with Awinic 7th generation K class music amplifier which is expected to enhance the audio output of the device. The new launch offers an upgraded processor, better cameras and more storage. The device has been slapped with a Rs 10999 price tag and is being sold exclusively through Amazon India. Infocus has added its own version of Bothie feature called 'Dualfie.' This allows users to capture pictures from the front & rear cameras at the same time.
In terms of specifications, the smartphone features a 5.7-inch HD+ (1440x720p) IPS display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2.5D curved glass. "To tap into this opportune moment, InFocus continues to leverage their strengths by way of this new product - InFocusVision 3 PRO". The smartphone features a full-screen display, dual lens camera, split screen mode and FaceID unlock feature. InFocus claims that the Face Unlock feature will let users unlock the smartphone in 0.5 seconds of placing the phone in front of the face. InFocus has even granted it Face Unlock abilities, in addition to a fingerprint scanner at the back.
Though the InFocus offers dual-camera setup at the back with 13 MP + 8 MP sensors they did not look all that impressive. On the front, you got an 13-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies and video calling with features like beauty mode and pro mode.
That said, speaking about the innards, the InFocusVision 3 Pro comes with MediaTek's MT6750 octa-core processor that's clocked at 1.5 GHz and is paired with 4 GB RAM.
Under the software section, the smartphone comes loaded Android 7.0 Nougat which is disappointing, because other smart brands like Tecno and Infinix are offering Android 8.0 which happens to fall below the price category. The smartphone is backed by a 4000mAh battery and supports Face Unlock, fingerprint sensor, Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor and an Acceleration sensor.
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