Infocus launched the M680 a octa core powered smartphone with 4G LTE support. This handset sports a 5.5 inch FHD screen and comes loaded with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Infocus M680 will be available in Gold and Silver colour options.  M680 is priced at ₹10,999.

Inside the box you will find the M680 handset, user guide, data cable, travel charger (5V~1A) and SIM tray ejector pin. SAR value as mentioned on the box : 0.342 W/Kg head and 0.811 W/Kg body.

The Infocus M680 has got a very good build quality and finding. It is available in Silver and Gold colour options. Handset is packed inside a premium metallic body. Sides are golden colour with shiny silver borders. Front panel is white and rest of the body is golden colour. The handset feels different because of the size and is comfortable to hold.

Infocus M680 review and unboxing

Weight with battery is 158 grams and dimensions are 76.81 x 155.02 x 7.33 (mm). Power button and SIM tray is on the right side, volume rocker is on the left, audio jack on top and micro USB port + Speaker out vent at the bottom.

There are dual Mics. This is a dual SIM handset SIM 1 is a nano SIM slot and SIM 2 is a hybrid slot – you can either use a nano SIM in SIM slot 2 or a micro SD card.

Infocus M680 dual SIM slot

There is LED notification and following sensors – Accelerometer, light, proximity, magnetic and Gyro.

The M680 sports a 5.5 inch screen with FHD 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. All Infocus handsets come with really good quality display. Colour reproduction, touch response and viewing angles are very good.

Infocus M680 5.5 inch screen with 1920 x 1080p resolution

There is 2GB RAM and 16GB storage + micro SD support. On the first boot you will get about 10GB free internal storage space and 1.1GB free RAM. Apps are getting installed on internal storage.

Infocus M680 houses the 64 bit MediaTek MT6753 octa core chipset clocked at 1.3GHz coupled with Mali T720 GPU. Performance is smooth and handset does heat up with heavy usage but the max battery temperature I encountered was 42 degrees (when playing games).

Quadrant – 20820
Antutu (32 bit) – 1st time 37571, 2nd time 38104
Nenamark 2 – 55.1fps
Internal storage Speed – Read (174 MB/s), Write (40MB/s)
Multi Touch – 5 Point.

I played Asphalt 8 in high visual quality mode. This game got installed on the internal storage. Game play was smooth and I did not find any other issues.

There is 13MP AF camera on the rear and a 13MP camera on the front. Camera quality is average and there is scope of improvement. The FHD video turned out great. Do check the sample images and video at the end of this review.

Infocus M680 13MP camera

Sound is loud and clear. In-call sound is also good. No issues found with 4G (worked on both SIM slots), 3G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth.

There is a 2600 mAh non-removable battery. Battery backup is good you can expect 3 to 6 hours of continuous moderate to heavy usage on a single charge.

Infocus M680 back panel

Battery Performance

  • Ran Benchmark for 18 minutes battery % dropped by 5 and battery temp was 37 degrees.
  • Played Asphalt 8 for 17 minutes battery dropped by 9% and temp was 42 degrees.
  • Watched FHD video with full brightness (WiFi on) for 34 minutes battery dropped by 15% and temp was 38 degrees.
  • Handset charging (wall charge) 2 hours 57 minutes from 2% to 100%.

The M680 looks promising, a very good handset in terms of build quality, finishing and performance. Camera quality is average and battery backup is decent enough. Overall a good package, for a price tag of ₹10,999.

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Rear Camera Sample

Front Camera Sample

Video Review

By Rajeev Rana

Founder and Chief Editor -