America based brand InFocus is continuously growing and looking forward to capture significant market share. Taking a step ahead in this direction, it looks like InFocus is working on a unique smartphone dubbed as InFocus M640 with Dual display just like the popular YotaPhone.
The new smartphone is dubbed as Infocus M640 and has surfaced on bencmarking website GFXbench. This smartphone flaunts a bigger 5.5 inch Full HD i.e. 1080p display with a secondary display measuring 3.6 inches with HD i.e. 720p resolution which is definitely better than Yotaphone.
InFocus M640 is powered by a quad core 1.3 GHz MediaTek Mt6735 processor coupled with 3 GB of RAM along with Mali T720 GPU. It comes with 16 GB of internal storage and whether or not it supports expandable storage is not confirmed yet.
Moving on to the camera department InFocus M640 is packing a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash and a 8 MP front facing camera. It comes with single sim support among all the other usual connectivity features and brings hoard of sensors on board.
At the moment there is no official word on what will be the price of this smartphone or when will it be available. More details are expected in the days to come so stay tuned.