Infocus M535 with dual 13MP cameras accidentally listed on Snapdeal

    InFocus is apparently adding some life to their smartphone lineup in India by rejuvenating their present portfolio. The company recently launched a successor to their flagship handset M810 dubbed the M812.

    Infocus M535 with dual 13MP cameras accidentally listed on Snapdeal

    Sporting a metal unibody design with a Snapdragon 801 SoC on the inside along with 3GB of RAM, the Infocus M535 checked almost all the right corners. Nevertheless it seems like InFocus have gone a little too high with the pricing this time around by placing the device in Rs 19,999 price bracket.

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    Apparently it seems that the Taiwanese company is planning to launch a brand new device in the India market. Dubbed the Infocus M535 the device was seen listed on Snapdeal earlier today with dual 13MP cameras.

    The M535 appears to be a successor to the M530 launched by the company a few months back. To recall, the Infocus M530 came with an octa core Mediatek 6595 SoC (same as the Meizu MX4), 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. However the USP of the device lied in the dual 13MP Sony Exmor RS cameras (Front + Rear).

    Infocus M535 with dual 13MP cameras accidentally listed on Snapdeal

    Nevertheless the Snapdeal listing of the Infocus M535 states that the alleged device will come with an unknown 1.5GHz quad core SoC. There is a possibility that M535 will be sporting a Mediatek 6735T SoC.

    Other than that most of the other specs including the 5.5 inch display and the dual 13MP cameras seems to have been carried over from the Infocus M530.

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    Considering the fact that M535 comes with a significantly weaker SoC, expect Infocus to price this device in the budget range - around Rs 8,999.



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