Infocus is set to unveil two new smartphones on September 13 at an event in New Delhi India. We have already reported exclusively on Infocus Turbo 5 Plus Press Renders and Technical Specifications. Apart from Turbo 5 Plus, we have also accessed the Infocus Snap 4 Press Renders and critical details of hardware specifications. The company has already teased some portions of the device giving us a sneak peek into what Snap 4 has in store, but we have much more information than what Infocus has teased officially.
As per the Press Renders accessed by Androidpure, Infocus Snap 4 features Dual camera both at the front and Rear. On the rear panel, we can see a dual camera module aligned horizontally just like iPhone 7 Plus along with LED flash and Antenna lines. The dual camera module on the rear consists of 13MP primary camera sensor and 8MP secondary camera sensor i.e. it comes with a 13MP + 8 MP Dual camera module at the rear.
Similarly, Infocus Snap 4 features a dual camera on the front too. The front dual camera module consists of 8MP primary camera sensor and another 8MP secondary sensor i.e. it comes with an 8MP + 8 MP Dual camera module on the front for selfies & video calls.
By offering Dual camera both on front and rear, Infocus is trying to encash the buzz created by dual camera smartphones and Snap 4 may be the first smartphone launched in India that features dual camera both at front & rear.
Apart from the dual camera details, we can also confirm that Snap 4 comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. The fingerprint sensor is located on the rear panel, yet there is no home button on the front. Snap 4 uses physical capacitive navigation buttons instead of on-screen navigation buttons. In terms of dimensions, it measures 72.7 x 147.6 x 7.99 mm which means that Snap 4 is just 8 mm thick. Just based on the thickness, we can assume that the battery capacity of Snap 4 may be lesser than Turbo 5 Plus battery of 4850 mAh.
At the moment, we still do not have any clue on the pricing but we expect it to be competitive with other dual camera mid range devices. Infocus Snap has an edge here, thanks to dual cameras both at front & rear. Stay tuned at Androidpure and we will keep you updated.