The key highlight of the InFocus Vision 3 is its tall display that flaunts thin bezels (at least on 2 sides) and 18:9 aspect ratio. The top and bottom bezels are chunky with space for sensors at the top. Almost every flagship smartphone announced this year offered its target audience near border-less display. A taller display provides more screen space to consume content on the device and InFocus has tried to deliver the same in a compact form factor.
The phone features a 5.7-inch HD+ 18:9 screen with 1440×720 resolution. It has a pixel density of 282ppi. Talking about the display performance, the result is slightly above average. The colours of the icons appear a bit faded. The viewing angles and display visibility for outdoor conditions were decent. On most occasions, we had to manually adjust the brightness level for better readability in broad daylight. InFocus has put a few nifty settings in the Display offering three modes under colour temperature- Cool, Natural and Warm. There is a screen mode as well that makes the colours appear vibrant when you select the ‘Dynamic‘ option. Overall, we found the display of InFocus Vision 3 decent for its price.