The InFocus M810 price and availability announced for India

InFocus M810

India is the place to be if you’re a smartphone manufacturer trying to sell an entry level device or a consumer looking buy one. The continent sees more smartphone releases each month that you’d believe, and you can add one more to that list with the InFocus M810 release.

Generally, when we cover smartphones from the Far East they have top-tier specs or unusual features. The InFocus M810 doesn’t sport a curved display, 8,000mAH battery or any other flagship features. That said, it’s a solid mid-ranger that comes with a metal frame and sleek design. It’s also not going to break the bank at Rs. 14,999.

The device features a 5.5-inch panel with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080p. Beneath that slab of glass beats a somewhat dated (but still fast) Snapdragon 801, which is backed by 2GB of RAM. The storage capacity is listed at 16GB, but it’s expandable up to 64GB with a microSD card slot. As for the snappers, the M810 will sport a 13MP Sony Exmor R sensor with an LED flash on its backside to go along with a 5MP camera on the front.

The measurements of the InFocus M810 are 153.7mm x 76.2mm x 6.99mm, and it has a weight of 156grams. It’s won’t be the slimmest smartphone on the block, but it has a solid build and looks rather sturdy. The smartphone has a full range of connectivity options as well with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 4G LTE on the 1800MHz FDD band 3. The Dual-SIM handset will get its juice from a 2,600mAh battery and run Android 5.0 with the Inlife UI on top.

If you reside in India and are looking to pick up the InFocus M810, you won’t have to wait long to do so. The smartphone will go up for sale through Amazon.in on July 15th in Gold with the aforementioned price tag of Rs. 14,999 which comes out to about $236 in the states.

Would you like to see the InFocus M810 come to your region?

via – Fonearena

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