The Vision 3 offers striking and clear HD+ full vision display. It comes loaded with 2GB RAM + 16GB variant which is expandable up to 64GB memory (through micro SD)
InFocus Smartphone has announced the launch of their latest smartphone InFocus Vision 3 for the Indian market. It features a 5.7-inch full vision screen and 18:9 HD high resolution display.
The InFocus Vision 3 comes equipped with a unique camera feature ‘Dualfie’, which is exclusively developed for the Indian consumers. Fot those new to this feature, it allows to click simultaneously from the front and rear camera to display the image together on the large screen.
A 18:9 Full Screen with 5.7 inch and 82.4% HD High-resolution screen ratio screen, the InFocus Vision 3 is a perfect companion for consumers that enjoy video streaming. The InFocus Vision 3 sports a 13 MP AZ and 5 MP 120° Wide-angle camera. The Vision 3 also sports one key split screen to work on 2 apps simultaneously, the larger screen makes this feature more viable to use.
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. Another interesting camera feature of the InFocus Vision 3 is that is allows users to click and share photo stories in a grid. Grid photography allows users to take photos creatively, which can be directly shared on social media and with peers. It houses a powerful 4000 mAh battery allows the device to run for up to 22 days on standby (stated by company) and can also be used as reverse charger power bank.
It is powered by MTK 6737H 4-Cores 1.3GHz Processor and the Android Nougat operating system. The smart Fingerprint sensor allows the users to save up to 4 sets of fingerprints and access multiple applications at the touch of a tip.
The InFocus Vision 3 will be available at Rs. 6,999 from 20th December 12 AM onwards and will be exclusively available on Amazon.in.
Stay tuned as we post the review of the budget smartphone soon.
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