Our Opinion

The Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro is a slightly better phone, but the Infocus Vision 3 is slightly better value for money. Which phone should you buy? It’s a close call, but if your budget allows for it, then Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro might be a slightly better choice.

Infocus Vision 3  Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro 
Infocus Vision 3 Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro
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Value for Money Score
Price ₹ 6,299 onwards ₹ 9,999 onwards
Launch Date (India) Dec, 2017 Dec, 2017
Expected Launch Date N/A N/A
Smartphone OS Android 7.0 NougatLow likelihood of getting updated to next Android version Android 7.1 Nougat, Upgradeable to 8.0 OreoLow likelihood of getting updated to next Android version
Touchscreen Yes (Capacitive) Yes (Capacitive)
Screen Size 5.7 inches 5.7 inches
Screen Resolution 720x1440 pixels (~ 282 pixels per inch) 720x1440 pixels (~ 282 pixels per inch)
Tall Aspect Ratio / Minimal Bezels Yes Yes
Scratch Resistant Display
Display Type IPS LCD IPS LCD
Display Features 2.5D Curved Glass 2.5D Curved Glass, FullVision Display
Full Physical QWERTY Keypad
Processor 1.3 GHz 1.5 GHz
Processor Type Quad Core Octa Core
Processor Name Mediatek MT6735Ranked #87 in Mobile Processor Benchmarks Qualcomm Snapdragon 430Ranked #82 in Mobile Processor Benchmarks
GPU Mali-T720 Adreno 505
3G Yes Yes
4G Yes Yes
VoLTE Yes Yes
WiFi Yes Yes
GPS Yes Yes
Bluetooth Yes Yes
Connecting Port USB USB
Primary Camera 13MP + 5MP 16.0MP
Camera Auto-Focus Yes Yes
Camera Flash Yes Yes
HD Video Recording Yes (Full HD) Yes (Full HD)
Other Camera Features 13MP: F/2.0 Aperture, 5MP: 120-degree Wide-angle Lens; F/2.2 Aperture Beauty Mode, Time Lapse, Panorama
Secondary Camera 8.0MP 20MP + 8MP
Secondary Camera Features F/2.2 Aperture 20MP: F/2.0 Aperture, 8MP: F/2.2 Aperture, LED Flash, Portrait Mode, Face Beauty Mode, Auto Scene Detection, Face Gallery, Tale Album, 125-degree Field of View
Internal Memory 16 GB 64 GB
Expandable Memory Slot up to 128 GB up to 128 GB
Contacts Storage Unlimited Unlimited
SMS Storage Unlimited Unlimited
Music Player Yes Yes
FM Radio Yes Yes
Dual SIM GSM+GSM (Hybrid SIM slot) GSM+GSM
Thickness 8.8 mm 8.3 mm
Weight 150 gm N/A
Audio Output 3.5mm jack 3.5mm jack
Water Resistant
Battery Capacity 4000 mAh 3000 mAh
Battery Standby N/A 200 hrs
Battery Standby (3G) N/A N/A
Battery Talktime N/A 21.00 hrs
Battery Talktime (3G) N/A N/A
Fast Charging
Other Battery Parameters N/A Video Playback Time: 6 hrs
Fingerprint sensor Yes Yes
Other Features N/A Noise Filtration
2-minute Review [Positives]
  • Looks good with a 'metal-finish on plastic' design that has become quite common on low to mid range phones recently
  • The rounded corners and edges give a good sense of grip
  • Decent fingerprint sensor
  • Minimal bezel, 18:9 display in this price range is quite an achievement, and adds to the trendy looks
  • Decent battery life - will last the work day
  • Good build quality
  • The sleek design gives you a 5.7-inch display in the form factor of a 5-inch phone — it’s easy to hold in one hand
  • Big screen, "infinity" display, with minimal bezels
  • Decent UI - offers enhancements like one hand mode, gestures, smart action, customisable notification light and customisable Android buttons
  • Decent (though not great) dual front camera setup - the 8MP wide angle camera is used for depth sensing but you can also switch to it for group selfie mode - there’s also a front LED flash for low light
  • Decent (though not great) rear camera too, with good detail levels
2-minute Review [Negatives]
  • Some design decisions are odd - first, it places the volume buttons on the left - and it takes a little time to get used to the new placement - additionally, the speaker grille on the bottom at the back of the phone definitely feels a bit weird, especially if you’re watching a video while the phone is resting on your palm or on a table - overall, the Vision 3 does attempt to bring a level of finesse into entry-level phones but falls short on the details
  • Average display quality - while the 18:9 display on the phone at this price point is exceptional, the actual quality of the display leaves a lot to be desired - it is low resolution, has low viewing angles and barely average sunlight visibility - colours on the Vision 3 also are a bit washed out
  • Average performance - the Mediatek processor is only good for basic use and the lower performance does become noticeable once you have more than five apps or about 20 Chrome tabs open - if you push the phone, the phone will tend to get warm and crash
  • Average camera - again while a dual camera setup in this price bracket is a rarity, the actual implementation leaves a lot to be desired - there is lack of detail around the edges, the colours are a bit washed out, and while both the front and the back cameras support portrait mode, the results are not really up to the mark with edges repeatedly being blurred over even when the face is clearly in view - there is also above-average noise in night time shots - overall, the Vision 3 is a pretty average camera phone at this price point, despite its dual camera arrangement
  • The battery too, while decent, performs below what you would expect out of a 4000 mAh phone - with average use, it just about lasts the work day
  • Slow charging speed
  • The phone ships only with a 16GB storage variant, which if you tend to install a lot of apps, will become a limiting factor (it also has a hybrid sim slot, which means you can either use dual sims or the memory card, but not both together)
  • On the whole, InFocus seems to have taken a checklist-like approach in building an entry-level phone - including as many high and mid-range features as possible without focussing on the actual performance quality - if you are looking for something that actually performs well, there are better phones out there (having said that the dual camera setup, and the minimal bezel display, are two features you would be hard pressed to find otherwise in the price bracket)
  • Fingerprint scanner is a little bit on the slow side
  • Low resolution screen
  • Snapdragon 430 offers only entry level performance - interface is sometimes slow/laggy - you would expect better at this price
  • On the whole, at this price, the phone goes head-to-head with the Honor 7X, and falls behind - the 7X offers better performance, a much better and larger FHD+ screen, better dual rear camera
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