InFocus a US primarily based smartphone logo the day before today introduced a brand new smartphone Epic 1. Epic 1 comes with a deca-core processor and has a 5.5-inch display on most sensible. The cost of the smartphone isn't out but, however the corporate stated that it might be to be had on Amazon India. InFocus introduced any other smartphone as smartly in India and claims it has greater than 250 carrier facilities throughout India. It's going to be to be had in Black and White colours.
Speaking concerning the specification of InFocus Epic 1, it comes with 5.5-inch LCD with the solution of 1920*1080 pixels. The pixel density of the display is 401 ppi and enhance multi-touch. It powered through 2.3GHz twin core A72+ 1.85 GHz Quad core Cortex A53 + 1.4 GHz Quad core Cortex A53 MediaTek MT6797M processor. There are overall ten cores in the smartphone. Alongside with that, there's a Mali T880 MP4 GPU as smartly. It has 3GB RAM on board alongside with 32GB inside garage. Garage is expandable as much as 128 GB by means of an SD card.
Epic 1 runs on Android Marshmallow 6.0. The smartphone powered via a Li-ion 3000mAh battery out of the field. The corporate claims that it might ship as much as 10 hours of communicate time and as much as 500 hours of standby time. It additionally says that one can pay attention to track as much as 30 hours on it or can watch movies as much as 5 hours. Speaking concerning the digital camera of the smartphone, it comes with 16-megapixel auto center of attention rear digital camera. Rear digital camera helps geotagging, HDR, Landscape and can report as much as 1080p movies at 30 frames in keeping with 2d.
Speaking concerning the connectivity of the smartphone, this is a twin SIM smartphone with 4G strengthen and comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, A-GPS and Micro USB 2.0. Lately InFocus additionally introduced Bingo 50+ smartphone in India at price ticket of INR 7,999. The smartphone indexed on InFocus India website online. Just lately corporate teased the Epic 1 on its Fb web page with”Oh My God!! It’s A 10” that suggests a deca-core processor.