InFocus M680 Smartphone Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 10,999

Key Specs

    1.5 GHz Octa core processor, 2 GB RAM, Android 5.1 (upgradeable to Android M), 5.5-inch FHD display with 401 PPI, 16 GB ROM, upgradeable up to 64 GB, 13 MP front and rear camera, 2600 mAh battery

Pros: Bright display produces rich colors, slim profile, build quality, front and rear camera

Cons: Poor battery life

Bottomline: At this price point, the slim profile InFocus M680 is one of the leading choices with the great display, good both front and rear cameras, but it lacks only at the battery life. Lenovo K-3 Note (at a slightly higher price) and Moto G3 (water resistant) are the strong contenders against it, but if you need performance in a sleek and beautiful device then this is the right bet.

InFocus M680 is another budget smartphone which came in the market to grab the attention of India buyers who are looking for a slim profile device with attractive looks and has a good camera.

The metallic shell hosts 5.5-inch large FHD display

This phablet is covered with a metallic shell which gets a soft gold finish on the top. The slim profile smartphone is only 7.2mm thick making it comfortable to hold. Beautifully crafted device is linear contours on the sides dazzle with the diamond-cutting edges. With 158 grams of weight, the phablet boasts a large 5.5-inch full HD display. It produces rich colors with the pixel density of 401 PPI, the display on M680 is delightfully bright for viewing images, reading text and watching high-resolution videos.

Also, you can easily share the screen with your friends and family while enjoying videos or playing games, thanks to its wide viewing angles.

Capture beautiful images from both sides

InFocus M680 has 13 MP shooter at both front and rear sides. The rear 13 MP camera comes with Samsung 3M2 image sensor with an LED flash making low light or night images brighter. During the smartphone review, clicked images using both front and rear shooters. The rear shooter can click detailed image using the flash in the dark, but with red eye effect. The daylight images are quite crisp and detailed, making it a viable camera smartphone choice. On the front, 13 MP camera is perfect for selfies and groufies as well as video chats. It captures detailed images in daylight as comes with the best self-portraits in any lighting condition. It comes with Samsung 3L2 image sensor and autofocus for crisp and high definition selfie shots with natural color tone.

Do whatever you want to

The smartphone is powered by a 64 bit 1.5 GHz Octa-Core processor, 2 GB DDR3 RAM and 16 GB internal memory (expandable up to 64 GB), and runs on Android 5.1 with the promise of free upgrade to Android M. You can play with the device without any trouble as it boasts Mali T-720 graphics processor. We played some of the light and high graphic intensive games on it, including Temple Run 2, Asphalt 8 Airborne, Fifa etc., but there was no performance lag, even while switching between them.

The phone is equipped with AWINIC independent amplifier that offers good sound efficiency, adding a plus to gaming and movie experience.

Poor battery life

The Dual-Nano-SIM (4G TDD-LTE & FDD-LTE) smartphone is packed with 2600 mAh battery that provide juice to run for a day (approx 7-9 hours) with moderate usage, but you have to charge it once in a day. If you are active on social channels and love to play games then this device won’t please with the battery life, you must keep an alternative power source with it.

 

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