InFocus to launch new smartphone with 3D capabilities on July 28 in India

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    InFocus is all set to make an important announcement around a new product in an event scheduled for July 28, in Delhi. The company has sent out press invite in the form of a box that has a 3D glass, which teases the upcoming product.

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    InFocus sent out invite for product launch event on July 28 in India

    The box comes with a message saying UnBoxing InFocus, and has a 3D glass placed in it. The glass has a tag which mentions ‘Witness the future of 3D, in the present' indicating that the company will be launching a product with 3D imaging support or a 3D-based interface. The company has also specified to bring the glasses along to the event. It plans to unveil a new portfolio of product with what it is calling as a ‘groundbreaking technology for India.'

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    The event will happen in presence of John Hui, InFocus Global Chairman, and Vincent Tong, Foxconn International Holdings Chairman. InFocus is a US-based smartphone company that entered smartphone market in India earlier this year. Since its debut in India, the company has launched 6 smartphone ranging from affordable to mid-range category. The company's smartphones are manufactured at Foxconn's factory in China.

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