The US based smartphone brand InFocus has launched two smartphones which will go by the names Snap 4 and Turbo 5 Plus respectively. The Turbo 5 was earlier expected to be the company’s first phone to feature the dual camera setup and the company upped that by one by releasing not one but two phones featuring its dual camera setup.
In terms of design, the phone sports a sturdy build owing to its sleek metal unibody design. The device measures 6.47 inches across and is just 8mm thin at its thickest point. The smartphone features a dual-primary camera setup with LED flash on the back which shares real estate with the fingerprint sensor. On the front, it features a 5.2-inch display. Also on the top front is where the dual – front facing cameras are located.
The display of the InFocus Snap 4 is a 5.2-inch HD display. This display panel bears a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels which translates to a pixel density of roughly 282 PPI. Although not a Full HD display on this offering, it surely makes up in its camera power.
Camera and Battery
The phone is a mighty mammoth in terms on the camera front and you just cannot complain about not having enough cameras. The Snap 4 features, not one, not two, but a good 4 camera sensors – two on the rear and two on the front. On the rear of the device, there exists a dual camera setup that comprises of a 12-megapixel and 8-megapixel sensors. Both sensors bear an aperture of f/2.2 with support for digital zoom and autofocus. On the front, InFocus has equipped the phone with two more cameras for outstanding selfies. The cameras on the front feature two 8-megapixel sensors with 120-degree wide angle support, to accommodate all your friends in one selfie. To keep the smartphone up and running, the company has packed the Snap 4 with a 3000 mAh battery pack which should get you through your daily use with ease.
Under the hood, the offering from InFocus packs in an octa core MediaTek MTK6750N processor clocking at 1.5 GHz. To help multitask the Snap 4 also boasts of 4GB of RAM so you really shouldn’t expect any lags or stutters. Out of the box, the smartphone will run Android Nougat and you should expect the company to roll out the latest version of Android Oreo soon enough. On the storage front, the phone is equipped with 64GB of ROM and this can be expanded up to 128GB through a microSD card.
In terms of design, similar to the InFocus Snap 4, the Turbo 5 Plus also sports a metal unibody design making it feel sleek and sturdy. When measured, the phone spans at 7.4 inches diagonally placing it well in the phablet category. The phone also is slightly on the thicker side, measuring at 8.95mm in thickness to accommodate its large battery.
As far as display is concerned, the phone features a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display. This display is an HD display bearing a screen resolution of 720×1280 pixels. The display panel resolution translates to the phone powering 267 pixels per square inch. It is also worth mentioning that the front of the display is layered with 2.5D glass for smoother edges and overall better user experience.
Camera & Battery
For the shutterbugs, InFocus has packed this offering with a dual camera setup on the rear as well. The camera setup on the rear comprises of a 13-megapixel and a 5-megapixel sensor. Both sensors have an aperture of f/2.0. The company has touted the device to be able to capture images with greater depth with its dual camera setup. Up front, the Turbo 5 Plus also features a 5-megapixel selfie shooter to capture those selfie-worthy moments. To keep this device up and running, it packs in a giant 4,850 mAh battery unit that can get you well over a day’s usage with heavy processing.
Under the hood, the InFocus Turbo 5 Plus features an octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor clocking at 1.5 GHz. To keep it from lagging and help multitask, the phone also boasts of 3GB of RAM. Out of the box, the smartphone will run Android Nougat and you should expect the company to roll out the latest version of Android Oreo to this device soon enough.
At launch, the price of the InFocus Snap 4 and the Turbo 5 Plus has been declared to be Rs 11,999 and Rs 8,999 respectively. Both devices will be available exclusively on Amazon India. The InFocus Snap 4 will be available starting 26 September 2017 whereas the Turbo 5 Plus will be up for grabs starting 21 September 2017.
Among the other smartphones that also support dual camera setups like the recently launched Xiaomi Mi A1, do you think the InFocus smartphones will live up? Do let us know your views in the comments section below.