GizBot has earlier reported about the 5 noteworthy factors to be considered before buying the InFocus' first deca-core smartphone.
Prior to its official release in India, InFocus India has promoted a lot of its exceptional rear camera features of the smartphone on their social media sites.
The Camera Set up is Supposedly the USP
With a 16 MP image tracking camera, the smartphone stands out due to its features like optical image stabilization (OIS), PDAF and image tracking technology. Adding to that, the 8 MP front shooter with f/1.8 aperture is satisfactory for selfie lovers.
The Device Surely Has a Sleek Look!
Talking about the look, the device has a sleek metallic look and has a fingerprint sensor at the back of it below the camera set-up. The smartphone has a 5.5-inch full-HD with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixel On-Cell display and it is available in Rose Gold color.
Battery Life is Satisfactory Though Not That Great
Running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with the InLife 2 UI skin on top, the InFocus Epic 1 smartphone is bundled with a 3,000mAh battery, which the company claims will last up to nearly 10 hours of talk time and approximately 500 hours of standby time.
The newly launched InFocus mobile comes with a USB Type-C port, and also supports fast charging feature.
Supports Reliance Jio SIM
Based on a deca-core CPU processor
The most talked about feature of the phone, befitting the tagline of the smartphone suggests "Oh my god, its a 10" which refers to Mediatek's Deca-Core Helio X20 SoC or the 10 core CPU design, which means the device as the ability to generate a huge amount of power. GizBot has earlier explained about the unique feature.
Fingerprint Scanner Behind the Phone is Pretty Smooth
Along with a good rear camera, and a satisfactory battery life, InFocus Epic 1 also has a hybrid Dual SIM configuration, and 360° Recognition based Fingerprint scanner integrated behind the phone that can unlock in 1 second and has the ability to click nearly 30 photos in 2 seconds.
Captures Every Move While Video Recording
The smartphone can also record videos in quality 1080p at 30 frames per second and in built with the ability to refine any low res videos along with its innovative upscaling feature.
Store Huge Files With No Storage Issue
InFocus Epic 1 come with an inbuilt 32GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded using a microSD card of nearly up to 128GB. However, the drawback here is that the hybrid tray can either let a user house the second SIM or get more memory.
Available in India Via Amazon 25th October Onwards
InFocus Epic 1 has tied up with Amazon India and will be available on the e-commerce website starting tomorrow, for which the pre-orders has already taken the lead. Hence if photography, videography, storage capacity and a long battery is your priority, InFocus is a satisfactory option.