/InFocus Vision 3: Focussed on Camera and Battery!

InFocus Vision 3: Focussed on Camera and Battery!

InFocus Vision 3

The smartphone sector of India is witnessing a wide range of smartphone launches in every price range be it low to mid to high priced smartphones. The Indian smartphone market is mainly dominated by Asian smartphone manufacturing firms but in this review we will be talking about the new launch of smartphone whose main functioning unit is located in the state of Oregon U.S. The company has launched a new smartphone in the budget range section of smartphones by analyzing the majority of the Indian population and the market dynamics in whichInFocus Vision 3 plays. InFocus is being backed by Foxconn in India. The company wants to add the portfolio of budget friendly smartphones where there has been huge traction as compared to other segments.

Key Features

152.3 x 72.4 x 8.8mm | 150g | Nougat 7.0 | 5.7 / 1440 x 720 | 2GB RAM, 16GB | 4000 mAh | 13MP + 5MP, 8MP | Dual SIM

Design

The new InFocus Vision 3 has plastic body which gives the smartphone a light and attractive look and also at the same time providing portability. The rear side of the phone has the fingerprint sensor for easing the accessibility and also the primary camera is located at the back side assisted by the LED flash. The device is comfortable to hold because of its compact size but on constant use might feel little heavier. The front side of the phone has the selfie camera and towards the end of display lies the capacitive keys. The bottom of the device has the USB port and at the top of the phone lies the 3.5mm headphone socket. One can find the volume rockers and the volume button at the right side of the device and towards the left lies the SIM tray.

Display

InFocus Vision 3 has 5.7 inch HD+ On-Cell Display and has 18:9 aspect ratio which is one of the attractive feature of the InFocus Vision 3. You can enjoy HD experience without missing any detail as the display size lets you have big viewing frame. The display size provides good gaming experience as well allowing you to make full use of display size .The display possess saturated colours providing clear image and good brightness. The screen protection is provided by 2.5D curved glass which keeps the device safe from any minor injuries due to sudden fall or scratches.

Platform

The new InFocus Vision 3 has octa-core MediaTek processor. The processor can handle various tasks at once but fails to give multitasking. The use of big apps might sometimes cause the phone to get heated up. InFocus vision 3 has 2GB RAM which is usually found in budget smartphones and together with the processor. The phone has 16 GB of ROM which provides decent amount of storage capacity to store apps and various media files. Further it can be expanded with the help of microSD card. The gaming experience is satisfactory as well as it allows you to enjoy the games which requires the RAM size of 2GB which is being offered by the phone. InFocus vision 3 has Android 7.0 Nougat (InLife UI 2.0) operating system. The processor didn’t perform well as a whole which is a kind of disappointment for me.

Cameras

The new InFocus Vision 3 is offering dual rear camera of 13MP + 5MP with the phone to capture every minute details and the LED flash is providing the users with an advantage of capturing images at dark and dim light conditions. The rear camera also has various effects and filters to let you capture images in whatever shades you choose to prefer. The selfie camera is of 8 megapixel with no selfie flash which means that the users are restricted using the selfie camera in dim and dark light conditions. The camera performance is good and has all those aspects which a smartphone of budget range should possess but the lack of front LED flash might let the users to be in double mind before approaching the phone.

Battery

The battery power is the main attractive feature of InFocus Vision 3 which is for sure to last long. The phone has 4,000mAh battery power which will undoubtedly last for more longer period allowing you to have unlimited fun whether its playing games, watching or playing any media or surfing the internet. Overheating while charging is being noticed which is the issue with the phone but it is resolved as well by the phone but it takes a little longer time to make the phone to reach the equilibrium state.

The connectivity features include 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, microUSB 2.0. The 4G availability lets you enjoy all the offers from various network providers.The phone also has various sensors as well like Accelerometer sensor, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light sensor, Compass sensor and Fingerprint sensor.

Conclusion

Overall, the new InFocus Vision 3 is a decent smartphone in the budget ranged smartphone with powerful battery and dual rear camera. The negative points include lack of selfie flash, sluggish processor and it also has the heating issue. Priced at Rs 6,999, Vision 3 has potential of being a good choice in the budget segment with bezel-less display.

Pros

Battery, Rear Lenses

Cons

Plastic Body

Haider is an avid writer on technology who loves to try new innovations. He holds a degree in English Journalism from the prestigious Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi. Besides that, he likes to travel and explore new places.

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