InFocus launched Snap 4 – A Budget Buyer’s Solution to Storage Problem

InFocus in partnership with Foxconn launched two new smartphones under 15000 to strengthen its smartphone portfolio in India. These are the Turbo 5 Plus – which is the successor of Turbo 5 launched in June – and the all-new Snap 4. The company announced the smartphones for a price starting at Rs. 8,999. The Turbo 5 Plus comes with a price tag of Rs 8,999 and will be available from September 21, and Snap4 is priced at Rs 11,999 and will be available from September 26.

The features of these two InFocus phones are its dual camera setup on the back side. For the selfie-lovers, the Snap 4 offers a dual camera on the front also. The main highlight of Snap 4 is its quad camera setup for a price of Rs. 11,999. And while this looks good on paper, but is that good enough to spend your cash on this new InFocus Snap 4? Here’s our initial review that may help you to make sense of whether it is worth spending your money on the 4 cameras smartphone.

InFocus Snap 4 Specifications, Price, and Features

Device InFocus Snap 4
Processor MediaTekMT6750N, ARM9, 1.5Ghz, 8x Cortex-A53
Operating System Android 7.0
Memory 4GB Low Power DDR3 RAM

64GB ROM, Expandable up to 128GB

Display 5.2inch 2.5D Curved Display,  Resolution 720×1280,On-cell IPS Capacitive, PPI 282.40
Fingerprint Sensor Multitasking Fingerprint Sensor
Camera Dual 8MP Front facing camera (2.2Aperture), 13MP (2.2 Aperture), Auto Focus & with an 8MP rear camera with LED Flash Light, Digital Zoom.
Battery 3000mAh Li-Polymer, 5V 1.5A
Weight (g) 162 Gram- light Weight
Connectivity 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, FM Radio, 3.5 mm headphone jack,USB OTG
Price 11,999 Rs.

Snap 4 specifications at a glance-

The InFocus Snap 4 features a complete metal body and flaunts a 5.2-inch HD (720×1280 resolution) display with 2.5D glass on top, and a 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6750N chipset powers it along with Mali T-860 GPU. The device weighs 164 grams and has a thickness of 7.9 mm. The InFocus Snap 4 comes with 4GB RAM along with 64GB of internal storage, which can be further extended up to 128GB through a microSD card. It houses a 3000mAh battery under the body and embeds a fingerprint scanner on the back. InFocus Snap 4 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat straight out of the box and supports dual-SIM cards.

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If we talk about design, InFocus Snap 4 has a dual-facing camera, microphone, and sensors at its front. The phone comes with capacitive navigation keys which are backlit. At its back, the dual rear cameras are stacked above the top antenna line at the top left corner with an LED flash alongside. At the bottom of the phone, there is a micro USB port flanked by speaker grills and 3.5 mm audio jack on the top. At the right, it has the power button and dual-SIM card tray while the volume rockers are pitched on the left side. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the back side of the device. Overall, the InFocus Snap 4 looks good and is a well-built phone.

Coming to the Camera part, as mentioned earlier Snap 4 has a Dual camera implementation on the front and back. Starting with the dual rear cameras, Snap 4 has a combination of 80-degree 13-megapixel primary and 120-degree wide-angle 8-megapixel secondary sensors. At the front, it has two 8-megapixel shooters each having a f/2.2 aperture for selfies and video calling. Both the cameras produce a Bokeh effect for portraits. There is also a dual LED-flash module located next to the cameras.

InFocus Snap 4 is packed with 4G with VoLTE and is compatible with Reliance Jio. Other connectivity features are WiFi, Bluetooth, dual-SIM and micro USB port. The Snap 4 is also equipped with an Accelerometer, Geomagnetic Sensor, Proximity Sensor, and Light Sensor.

Price & Availability

The InFocus Snap 4 will be available at Rs 11,999 from 26th September 12.00 pm onwards, while the Turbo 5 Plus will be available at Rs 8,999 from 21st Sept 12.00 am onwards. Both the devices will be exclusively available on Amazon.in.

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Mohit Verma

Mohit Verma is The Founder & Editor Of The Techgram, A Blogger Who is Growing Up Very Fast From Haryana, India. He Likes To Write on Topics Related To Blogging Such As Tech,Upcoming Phones , Android, Hacking and Computer!

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