We have seen many smartphones with the now-popular 18:9 FullView displays this year. It didn’t really make the way to the low-budget segment. In case you want such a screen under at around Rs. 7000, you have no choices here in India.
Guess what? The scene is about to change as InFocus launched Vision 3 in New Delhi yesterday (19/12/2017). Not just FullVision display that makes the phone intriguing, you will have some more specs to be excited about.
InFocus Vision 3 with FullView Display Launched
InFocus isn’t new to the Indian smartphone market. Despite their earlier arrival, the company failed to impress masses. With the latest offering, they aim at taking down the monopoly of some companies under Rs. 7000 price bracket.
As you already read, the thing that attracts your attention at the first glance is the display itself. InFocus Vision 3 features a 5.7-inch 18:9 display with HD+ (720x 1440 pixels) resolution. You get 2.5D curved glass on top of the IPS ONCELL display. Given the thinner bezels around the display, you can’t actually call it bezel-less.
Under the hood, the device packs in a MediaTek MTK6737H quad-core SoC clocked at 1.3 GHz, coupled with 2 GB of RAM. Unlike the competitors, InFocus didn’t release multiple variants of the phone. You can expand the 16 GB internal storage up to 64 GB using an external SD card. Despite the company’s promise to come up with a dedicated SD slot, the hybrid solution will taunt the users who like to pop-in two SIMs and a memory card.
When it comes to the camera, you have got something to cheer up. They have included a dual rear setup with a 13- megapixel primary and a 5- megapixel secondary sensor. The secondary sensor helps you get a shallow depth of field effect on using the portrait mode.
Nokia’s bothie mode is available on Vision 3, but with another name, Dualfie. You can use the special mode to capture images using front and back cameras at the same time and show them simultaneously.
The front camera holds an 8-MP sensor and boasts beautification mode for the selfie buffs. InFocus managed to add a background blurring option for the single selfie camera.
InFocus Vision 3 runs on their skinned version of Android 7.0 Nougat, named SmileUX. They have kept the silence about the Oreo update. On a side note, you might get the face unlocking option on the device by January.
The phone has all the necessary connectivity options including 4G VoLTE. The massive 4000 mAh battery coupled with an HD+ display will surely give good backup, at least on paper. We will have to wait how it performs in real life.
Vision 3 went on sale as an Amazon Exclusive today at a price of Rs. 6999.