Skip to main content

Infocus Mobile Honest Review

Hi guys!!! So in this post, we will talk about the mobile company which many of you may not hear of in India.....

About InFocus





Founded in the USA in 1986, InFocus Corporation is a company that is a leading innovator in projection and display technologies. The company specialises in offering low prices when compared with smartphones from other brands with similar specifications. Its smartphones are manufactured by Foxconn. The brand has very recently entered the Indian smartphone market.




InFocus M370





This phone costs for only Rs.4799.And here are its specification

GENERAL

Release date

July 2015
Form factor
Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm)
143.00 x 71.50 x 8.10
Weight (g)
125.00
Battery capacity (mAh)
2230
Removable battery
Yes
Colors
Black, White
SAR value
1.27

DISPLAY

Screen size (inches)
5.00
Touchscreen
Yes
Resolution
720x1280 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI)
  294

HARDWARE

Processor
1.1GHz quad-core
Processor make
Qualcomm Snapdragon 210
RAM
1GB
Internal storage
8GB
Expandable storage.  
Yes
Expandable storage type  
   microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB)
    64

CAMERA



Rear camera
         8-megapixel
Flash
          Yes
Front camera
         2-megapixel

SOFTWARE

Operating System
       Android 5.1
Skin
        InLife UI

CONNECTIVITY

Wi-Fi
Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported
802.11 b/g/n
GPS
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes, v 4.00
NFC
No
Infrared
No
USB OTG
No
Headphones
3.5mm
FM
Yes
Number of SIMs
2
SIM 1
SIM Type
Micro-SIM
GSM/CDMA
GSM
3G
Yes
4G/ LTE
Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)
    Yes
SIM 2
SIM Type
Nano-SIM
GSM/CDMA
GSM
3G
Yes
4G/ LTE
No
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)
Yes

SENSORS


Compass/ Magnetometer
Yes
Proximity sensor
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Ambient light sensor
Yes
Gyroscope
No
Barometer
No
Temperature sensor

No


credits-
http://gadgets.ndtv.com/infocus-m370-2818

So, guys, I think that this phone has got a good design and great specification for a low-cost...
The display and software are really good, but the camera is not up to the mark. the InLife UI is pretty cool and user-friendly.
So if you are not a selfie freak, you gotta have this mobile.

Comments

Popular Posts

Anode Ray Experiment

→Anode ray experiment was conducted by E Goldstein. →These rays are also known as canal rays. →This experiment helped in the discovery of the proton. Apparatus Used A discharge tube  was taken in which there were 2 electrodes i.e. Anode(+ve) and the cathode (-ve). The tube was filled with an inert gas. A perforated or porous cathode was used. A layer of zinc sulphide was placed at the back of the cathode. There was a vacuum pump in the tube. High voltage (5000v-10000v) was allowed to flow through the system. It was observed that when the gas was at 1atm(atmospheric pressure ) no change was seen in the tube.  When the   pressure   was decreased inside the tube, a glow could be seen at the back side of the cathode.

Levitation 2

LEVITATION II To be completely honest I was going to start this with a pun. I did think of one but it doesn’t float… I am sorry I just had to. Anyway, this is the second part to the article on super cool ways of making things levitate. Go check the first part out if you haven’t already. Actually, the first part may have become repulsive with all the magnets and stuff, but I promise this will be more attractive. Get it? No? I’ll stop now. I am just going to jump straight into it. 1.    Electrostatic Levitation I know you are probably sick and tired of magnets but they are the best way you know… This method is somewhat similar. You remember that cool science experiment you did with two straws attracting or repulsing each other based on their charge? So basically using the same principle we can make a charged object levitate. But before you try it, let me tell you it won’t be easy. Even impossible according to our Mr. Earnshaw. He even made a law (the law is

Animal and Plant Cells

 Cells Cells are the basic functional, biological and structural unit of life. The word cell is a Latin word meaning ‘small room’. Cells are also known as building blocks of life.  The branch of science that deals with the form, structure, and composition of a cell is known as Cytology. All organisms around us are made up of cells. Bacteria, ameba, paramecium, algae, fungi, plants and animals are made up of cells.  Cells together form tissues. And tissue together makes an organ. History Of Cell The cell was discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665. He assembled a simple microscope and observed a very thin slice of cork under his primitive microscope. The cork was obtained from the outer covering of a tree called bark. Robert Hooke observed many little-partitioned boxes or compartments in the cork slice. These boxes appeared like a honey-comb. He termed these boxes as the cell. He also noticed that one box was separated from another by a wall. What Ho

Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones

Isotopes These are elements which have the same atomic number but different atomic mass . They have the same atomic number because the number of protons that are inside their nuclei remains the same. But, they have different atomic mass because the number of neutrons that are also inside their nuclei is different. As the number of protons inside nuclei remains same, therefore the overall charge of the elements also remains same as in isotopes: no of protons = no of electrons . Hence, as isotopes overall charge remains neutral, therefore their chemical properties will also remain identical.   Therefore, Isotopes are chemically same but physically different.

Paid Apps For Free ??

Everyone wants to play a game like GTA on iPad, it is easy on a computer to download such games but difficult on smart devices like iPad, tablet,  or smartphones. We can buy them but not everyone can buy games. But no worries guys there is a solution to this problem where one can have fun of playing games without spending their precious money .(underlined apps have downloading links  given at the end) iOS There many apps through which you can download these paid games for free. Also, there are many sites for the same. One of the most helpful apps is a Chinese app.It is called haimawan. If on a ios device, then you just have to click install which will redirect to settings  add a profile  and boom enjoy it as you wish . but it does not always work, it might work for few days and then the verification problem which may not cure. One more app is tutu which is a fantastic app and always work (99.9% sure .. nothing is perfect). X cross was the perfect app but is closed now an

2-D & 3-D GEOMETRY

2-D & 3-D GEOMETRY We all have some amount of geometry. We know that any line can be represented on the Cartesian plane. Any figure can be drawn on it. But can we represent a 3-d object on it. Yes we can. A Cartesian plane has 2 axis. While representing in 3-D we need to add a third axis. This axis does not come in between the axis or in the same plane. It appears to be coming out of the paper as we cannot represent a 3-d object on a 2-d surface. This new z-axis represents a line coming out of the screen. Before understanding 3-d geometry you need to imagine this axis coming out of the screen.  REMEMBER : all the three axis are perpendicular .i.e there an angle 0f 90 between them and they meet at the origin If you are unable to imagine you can take a thick book as an example. Any corner becomes it origin and the three edges as the three axis REPRESENTING 3-D GEOMETRY Like in 2-d geometry we represent the value of the different axis as (x,y) we use the same m

Leviation

LEVITATION You know the classic magician’s trick in which he makes something or somebody levitate? Yeah well, it isn’t magic (obviously!). In fact, there are over 8 different ways in which he can make something levitate. As a side note though, all of the following methods are fairly complicated. In all honesty what he actually probably does is hang the “thing” by a string. You got conned… What is Levitation? Levitation is flying’s younger brother who was ignored when his elder brother became possible. It’s a sad story… Though in all seriousness levitation and flying are different. So please don’t be a jerk and post a comment saying, “Hey you relic! Levitation is already happening. Have you never sat in a plane before?!” Levitation is (according to Google) and I quote “the action of rising or causing something to rise and hover in the air, typically by means of supposed magical powers.” Way to go Google! I thought we already cleared up that fact that magic isn’t rea