Now that Snapdragon 810 has been released, 2014’s flagship Snapdragon 801 has been significantly reduced in price. Thus we’ve had a rash of well-priced Snapdragon 801 SoC mobiles.infocus-m810t-review-1

Up for preview today is the Infocus M810T. Considering devices with Snapdragon 801, just a year ago, were priced at $500-900, thm M810T’s price seems simply incredible.

Infocus M810 4G specifications

  • SoC: Snapdragon 801
  • CPU: 4-core@2.5GHz
  • GPU: Adreno 330
  • Display: IPS 5.5″@1080P
  • OS: Android 4.4
  • RAM: 2GB
  • ROM storage: 16GB
  • Camera: Sony 13MP
  • Front: 5.0MP
  • SIM: Single
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 1900/2100MHz
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 700/900/1800/2100MHz
  • Battery: 2600mAh

Sensors: Light sensor, G-sensor, P-sensor, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, Electronic Compass, NFC

While NFC was all the rage a while back with China phones, it has made a bit of a decline, but InFocus has included it here. Being that Android Pay has now come into play, I think NFC will be a more sought after feature.

Frequency support on the InFocus 810T makes it a very good phone for most of Asia / UK /Europe. There is also 1900 WCDMA, which will give most T-Mobile customers and other areas of N/C/S Americas 3G. As always, check your local areas’s frequency support prior to purchasing a mobile.

As mentioned earlier in the preview, the phone has the Qualcomm 2014 flagship SoC. A very powerful SoC and with the CPU’s clocked at their maximum at 2.5GHz. The battery is no slouch either at 2600mAh.

Beyond the SoC is the premium specced display@1080P and a big 2GB RAM. Considering the specs, the price is quite amazing, and with the limited-time coupon code “M810T” brings it down even further.

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Stylewise, the Infocus M810T is looking great; sporting a metal-framed with a slim, stylish, boutique design.

Anyone in the market for a powerful budget mobile in areas supported by its frequencies can take a hard gander at the InFocus M810T.

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Now that Snapdragon 810 has been released, 2014's flagship Snapdragon 801 has been significantly reduced in price. Thus we've had a rash of well-priced Snapdragon 801 SoC mobiles. Up for preview today is the Infocus M810T. Considering devices with Snapdragon 801, just a year ago, were priced at $500-900, thm...
Now that Snapdragon 810 has been released, 2014's flagship Snapdragon 801 has been significantly reduced in price. Thus we've had a rash of well-priced Snapdragon 801 SoC mobiles.<img class="size-full wp-image-8709 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/infocus-m810t-review-1.jpg" alt="infocus-m810t-review-1" width="650" height="370" /><span id="more-8708"></span> Up for preview today is the Infocus M810T. Considering devices with Snapdragon 801, just a year ago, were priced at $500-900, thm M810T's price seems simply incredible. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Infocus M810 4G specifications</strong></span> <ul> <li>SoC: Snapdragon 801</li> <li>CPU: 4-core@2.5GHz</li> <li>GPU: Adreno 330</li> <li>Display: IPS 5.5"@1080P</li> <li>OS: Android 4.4</li> <li>RAM: 2GB</li> <li>ROM storage: 16GB</li> <li>Camera: Sony 13MP</li> <li>Front: 5.0MP</li> <li>SIM: Single</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 1900/2100MHz</li> <li>4G: FDD-LTE 700/900/1800/2100MHz</li> <li>Battery: 2600mAh</li> </ul> Sensors: Light sensor, G-sensor, P-sensor, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, Electronic Compass, NFC While NFC was all the rage a while back with China phones, it has made a bit of a decline, but InFocus has included it here. Being that Android Pay has now come into play, I think NFC will be a more sought after feature. Frequency support on the InFocus 810T makes it a very good phone for most of Asia / UK /Europe. There is also 1900 WCDMA, which will give most T-Mobile customers and other areas of N/C/S Americas 3G. As always, check your local areas's frequency support prior to purchasing a mobile. As mentioned earlier in the preview, the phone has the Qualcomm 2014 flagship SoC. A very powerful SoC and with the CPU's clocked at their maximum at 2.5GHz. The battery is no slouch either at 2600mAh. Beyond the SoC is the premium specced display@1080P and a big 2GB RAM. Considering the specs, the price is quite amazing, and with the limited-time coupon code "M810T" brings it down even further. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product1081635.html" target="_blank">InFocus M810T@www.everbuying.net</a></h5> Stylewise, the Infocus M810T is looking great; sporting a metal-framed with a slim, stylish, boutique design. Anyone in the market for a powerful budget mobile in areas supported by its frequencies can take a hard gander at the InFocus M810T.



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