A big name in projectors recently launched a budget Android phablet – InFocus M330. The US-based InFocus seems focused on succeeding with this smartphone which sports a 5.5 inch HD display. Here is some more insight into features of this smart device.
The plain looking phone has a promising camera and, thankfully, doesn’t stick out much. The M330 weighs around 170g and has a plastic body with a metal rim that runs around the edges. The power button and volume rocker is on the right and left side respectively. InFocus has made use of capacitive buttons located below the phone which help to navigate through the operating system.
Incorporated with a 1.7GHz octa-core processor, it has 2GB of Ram and 16GB of internal storage space that is expandable up to 64GB. Thanks to the Sony Exmor CMOS sensor, it clicks decent pictures with the 13MP rear camera and shoots 1080p videos. The 8MP front camera captures amazing selfies. The only feature where it loses competition is the limited 3G connectivity. However, the fairly large 3100mAH battery has a two-day life.
The smartphone runs the latest Android KitKat 4.4.2 and an installed homegrown InLife skin on top. Certain apps are visible on the lock screen and hence they can be launched directly.
This phablet works like a well-oiled machine and there are no hiccups or lags experienced. Most intensive videos are shot with this phone without skipping any of the frames. The handset delivers a really high volume output. It has an average call quality with not more to be said about that.
InFocus M330 has been a great attempt by the flourishing company, but it is facing strong competition in the market. The handset is a complete package due to its classy design, steady performance, great camera, long battery life and affordable price. If you have a low budget then browsing for other options are a waste of time. You can simply pick up InFocus m330 and have an awesome experience.