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Three best features in the upcoming InFocus Vision 3 budget smartphone

InFocus is planning to introduce its next smartphone in India dubbed as the InFocus Vision 3 at an event scheduled on December 19 in New Delhi. The invite from the company hints at a bezel-less smartphone which clearly indicates that the upcoming Infocus phone will feature a full-screen display.

InFocus had earlier launched two smartphones in India – the Snap 4 and Turbo 5 Plus with the dual rear camera as a highlight feature. Now, the new InFocus Vision 3 which is to come with a full-screen display also features dual rear cameras and other interesting features. In this post, we look at the three best features of the upcoming InFocus Vision 3.

Full-screen display

The upcoming InFocus Vision 3 features an 18:9 aspect ratio display with a HD+ resolution. Apart from its full-screen display, the design of the phone looks quite premium with rounded glass and soothing touch of metal at back. Overall, sleek metallic body with full-screen display works as a main USP for the phone.

Dual cameras

Like its earlier models, InFocus again opted for a dual camera setup at rear. The dual camera setup offers depth of field effect and blurs the background that tries to imitate a professional camera quality with a phone.

Split Screen mode

InFocus V3 Split ScreenThere is another highlighted featured called Split screen mode. It allows users to use two different Apps on one screen. With the help of full-screen display, the split screen mode gives a better visual experience and the 18:9 large screen perfectly displays two apps simultaneously. So, you can chat with your friends while watching the videos.

For more information about the upcoming device from InFocus, you can check the device’s Amazon listing.


Satyendra Pal Singh

Satyendra explores the latest happenings in the tech world and writes stories about those. He likes to play around with the latest gadgets and shares his views through articles. In his free time, you can find him watching movies/TV shows and/or reading books.