Infocus Vision 3



Infocus Vision 3

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By FirstPost on 35

At Rs 6,999 all that the InFocus Vision 3 goes high on features and low on price. It offers a workable Portrait mode, smooth software and a great-looking 18:9 Full View display over the competition.The display aside, it isn't really breaking the mould...

By IndiaToday on 70

All in all, the Vision 3 seems quite an impressive smartphone for the price. The biggest draw of the smartphone is the fact that it brings a bezel-less display to an entirely new price point. Alongside the large display, the battery life is also one of...

By on 60

At this price, Infocus has really tried putting in a lot of features together in Vision 3. Overall, it left us with a bag of mixed feelings. While we liked the design and the display, we thought the performance of the smartphone could be better. The...

By Gadgets360 on 70

InFocus has been very ambitious with the Vision 3, trying to cram in a lot of desirable features for very little money, but not all of it comes together correctly in the end. Its battery life and large display are its main selling points, so if you've...

By on 80

So does this handset compete with Redmi smartphones, well to some extent, however there are certain things that is not that great like just 3 sensors, Mediatek processor and average camera considering it comes with dual camera setup.You can buy this...

By Digit on 61

With the Vision 3, InFocus seems to have taken a checklist-like approach in building an entry-level phone - including as many high and mid-range features as possible without focussing on the actual performance quality. If you're fine with a device that...

By on

The smartphone sector of India is witnessing a wide range of smartphone launches in every price range be it low to mid to high priced smartphones. The Indian smartphone market is mainly dominated by Asian smartphone manufacturing firms but in this...

By GadgetDiary on

The 4000mAh battery housed inside can easily last for one and a half day of moderate usage. If you are a basic user, you might get an even better mileage. Fast charging isn't supported and Vision 3 takes a little less than 3.5 hours to charge from 0 to...

By TheMobileIndian on

Infocus Vision 3 offers a lot of features like great battery life, Full View display and dual cameras at a very affordable price. It is a good budget smartphone option, if not the best taking its average performance into account. The phone gives...

By on

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...

By TheMobileIndian on

To sum up, the InFocus Vision 3 is a pretty average device at this price point. The smartphone comes with a pretty compact form factor and the Infinity display does look beautiful on the device, though the viewing angles are not great. As for the...