/Review: InFocus Vision 3 Pro

Review: InFocus Vision 3 Pro

InFocus Vision 3 Pro

Pro on Display, Hardware and Budget Too

The Oregon-based company, InFocus, made a huge impact with its previous launch, InFocus Vision 3. The Vision 3 possessed all the desirable features in a budget range which brought the device to the limelight and now, the company has taken one step further with the launch of the Pro model of InFocus Vision 3. InFocus has added some fuel to upgrade this new model to make it a Pro. We’ve got the device for review. So let’s check it out how is it when it’s compared to its predecessor, the InFocus Vision 3.

Body & Design

The new Vision 3 Pro is beautiful looking with tall screen and has slight curves as well around the corners. The device is light to hold and the device fits your palm quite comfortably. The rear side of the phone has dual camera which is accompanied by LED flash. The fingerprint sensor is also located at the rear side. The front side of the phone has 18:9 Full Vision display and on top of display there is selfie camera. At the top of the device lies the 3.5mm headphone jack. The left side of the device has hybrid SIM tray and at the right side of the device lies the power button and the volume rockers. At the bottom of the device there are the two speaker grilles giving astonishing sound quality and the micro USB port.


InFocus Vision 3 Pro

The new Vision 3 Pro is offering an amazing display size of 5.7 inch with 18:9  aspect ratio which gives you Full Vision display. The display has resolution power of 720×1440 pixels. The display gives full HD experience and enough viewing angles and remains good in extra exposures as well. The 2.5D curved glass is providing the protection to the screen from any scratch and damage. The output is quite good and pleasant to enjoy.


InFocus Vision 3 Pro camera

InFocus Vision 3 Pro is loaded with the powerful cameras to attract the attention of the users. The phone has 13MP plus 8MP rear cameras. The rear cameras deliver great quality of images and being a budget smartphone the rear cameras of the phone are its main attractants. The rear camera has various modes like HDR, Beautification modes and many more. The LED flash at the rear side allows you to click images even in dark and dim lighting conditions. The selfie camera is of 13MP and the selfies clicked are extremely clear and crisp in daytime and at night and dim lighting conditions the screen flash comes into play to brighten the display to provide enough flash for decent selfie. There is no front flash to assist the selfie camera.


The new Vision 3 Pro has MediaTek MT6750 chipset clocked at 1.5 GHz cortex A-53 octa-core processor with eight cores. The processor is powerful and delivers great amount of stability and keep the workload of the device at neutral state while performing any multitask or using big sized apps and games. InFocus Vision 3 Pro is running on Android 7.0 OS. The Operating System is quite dated when it’s being used in a Pro version. They should have opted for Oreo with this smartphone.


The Vision 3 Pro has updated RAM size as well which is of 4GB. The RAM is powerful and capable of delivering great performance and at the same time maintaining the stability of the phone. Vision 3 Pro is offering great amount of ROM size as well which is of 64GB and you can store any files, media and games without any worry of your internal space getting congested and full. The internal storage can further be expanded with the help of microSD card. The InFocus Vision 3 Pro sees a major improvement in RAM, from being a 2GB variant it has now been increased to 4GB RAM size. The smartphone runs smoothly and there’s any scope of lagging noticed till now. The ROM has also been extended upto 64GB with InFocus Vision 3 Pro; it was only 16GB in the previous version.


The new Vision is packed with powerful battery power which is of 4,000mAh. The battery power is enough for you to use your phone throughout the day and still you will have some power left in your phone to reach your home. The charging speed is moderate and while charging the phone does acquire some amount of heat but it gets resolved quickly. The battery remains the same when compared to InFocus Vision 3.


The InFocus Vision 3 Pro has few Pro capabilities, such as improved dual rear cameras, Full Vision display, enhanced RAM and ROM. The smartphone fits easily into buyers pocket at Rs 10,999. The battery remains the same as it was in InFocus Vision 3 and it takes you a day with ease. The dated OS was a big surprise for me especially when it’s a Pro version. Overall, the InFocus Vision 3 Pro is a constituent of various desirable features in its price category but will have to compete with Redmi Note 5 and Asus ZenFone Max Pro.

Haider is an active writer in technology who loves to dwell deeper into new innovations. He holds a degree in English Journalism from the prestigious Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC). Besides that he likes to travel and explore new places.

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