Infocus today launched the vision 3 smartphone in India. This is the first budget friendly handset to come with a 18:9 full view screen. Here is the Infocus Vision 3 unboxing and first impression. Looks good for the price but wait for the full review.
Inside the box you will get the handset, user guide, warranty card, SIM ejector pin, data cable (USB to micro USB) and travel charger 5V / 1.5A. The SAR value is 0.415 (Head) and 0.468 (body). Build and finishing is very good considering the price.
Infocus Vision 3 is using a metal body, curvy design, feels good and the 18:9 aspect screen is the key attraction. There are on screen buttons and the finger print sensor is on the back. This handset is powered by MediaTek MT6735 quad core processor. It is running Smile UX UI on Android 7.0.
There is 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, dual SIM (hybrid – nano + nano/micro SD) and there are dual cameras on the back a 13MP + 5MP, plus 8MP camera on the front. Infocus Vision 3 is using 4000 mAh non-removable battery and screen is 5.7 inches with 1440 x 720 pixels resolution (HD+). Only 3 sensors on this handset accelerometer, proximity and light.
There is LED notification, screen quality is pretty good and OTG is supported. Wait for the full review coming up at 8PM today.
This handset will be available on Amazon from 20th Dec from 12AM onwards.