InFocus Vision 3 Pro

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InFocus Vision 3 Pro
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Based on 4 expert reviews
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Expert reviews and ratings

By gizbot.com on 50

The Infocus Vision 3 Pro hardly has something exceptional to offer if you keep aside the huge battery. It's a decent looking device with mediocre innards and features. However, it sure does bring better functionality over its predecessor.It has a bigger...

By Gadgets360 on 70

The InFocus Vision 3 Pro is an upgrade over the InFocus Vision 3, it has received a powerful (but older) processor, more RAM, and a big bump in storage. However, the competition has also levelled up significantly, and phones such as the Redmi 5 (Review)...

By IndiaToday on 60

The Vision 3 Pro is almost the same phone as the Vision 3 with an expensive price tag. Apart from the decent performance that the phone manages to deliver, I didn't find the phone any different from the Vision 3. The Vision 3 looks good, and also it has...

By gogi.in on 80

The Infocus Vision 3 Pro is upgraded version of Infocus Vision 3. This handset is powerful and the battery life is pretty good. Two security feature that is finger print sensor and face unlock are added advantage.Price is on the higher side considering...

By thetechy.com on

Overall, it's fashionable and classy with the high sound quality for your ears. As a gift, they are highly recommended because they sound as good as they look. If you're looking for stylish Bluetooth headphones at a price of `7,999, then RHA MA650 is...

By FoneArena on

At a price of Rs. 10,999, the Infocus Vision 3 Pro is a decent outing from the company under mid-range segment. Even though there are a lot of smartphones come with huge batteries under Rs. 10,000, only a few phones tick all the boxes when it comes to...

By TheMobileIndian on

InFocus Vision 3 Pro has an impressive battery life and a decent display. However, due to its previous generation operating system (Android 7.0 Nougat), camera experience and lack of performance, the InFocus doesn't bring anything new to the table. The...

By mymobileindia.com on

Pro on Display, Hardware and Budget TooThe 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...

By TechRadar on

What is the point of this phone? It's average at best with boring specifications and an even more dull user...

By TheMobileIndian on

To conclude, following the trend, Infocus Vision 3 Pro is backed up by Full View display and the dual-camera setup, but in terms of performance, the device surely lags due to the slow aged processor and outdated Android 7.0 Nougat. As for the...