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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.

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