Smartphone maker InFocus has launched their latest smartphone InFocus Vision 3 for the Indian market. Priced at Rs 6,999, the InFocus Vision 3 comes with 5.7-inch full HD display, 2GB of RAM with a 16GB storage that can be expanded upto 64 GB. InFocus Vision 3 packs a 13 MP front and 5 MP rear camera. The devices also sports one key split screen to work on 2 apps simultaneously, the larger screen makes this feature more viable to use.
The “Dualfie” camera feature allows users to capture images from the front and rear camera simultaneously and display it on the full vision screen. The rear camera can capture 180-degree wideangle shots . The 8MP front camera comes loaded with beauty features and allows up to 7 levels of beauty modifications. The front camera also sports background blur to give definition to subjects.
InFocus Vision 3 is powered by MTK 6737H 4-Cores 1.3GHz Processor and the Android Nougat operating system. Infocus has also introduced its latest Smile UX . It comes loaded with 2GB RAM + 16GB variant which is expandable up to 64GB memory (through micro SD).
InFocus Vision 3 is packed with a 4000 mAh battery that company claims to run for up to 22 days on standby and can also be used as reverse charger power bank. The InFocus Vision 3 will be available at Rs. 6,999 from December 20, 12 AM onwards and will be exclusively available on Amazon.in.
“Full screen smartphone is the most significant revolution before 5G, today’s hyper-connected youth demands high performance smartphones with unique features, a combination of high-end technology along with great camera quality. The InFocus Vision 3 brings out the best of technology offering a full vision display screen, clubbed with a multitude of camera features along with powerful battery,” said Dr. Luo Zhongsheng, Global CEO for Sharp & InFocus Mobile.
“We are confident that the Vision 3 will appeal to the tech-savvy millennial and first time smartphone users and will meet their expectations and requirements at large. The idea of slim bezel display is to deliver a larger screen without actually increasing the dimensions of the phone, which we believe is going to a major trend in 2018 for smartphones,” he said.
“In the coming months, we will continue to strengthen our portfolio and focus on launching exciting new products for our consumers. With the aim of providing a superior end to end experience to customers, we have also expanded our service touch points to 400 to help solving their queries,” he added.