The InFocus Vision 3 employs an entry-level SoC, MediaTek MT6737H paired with ARM Mali T720 GPU for graphics. The phone offers 2GB of RAM and 16GB onboard storage with an expandable storage support of up to 128GB via microSD card.
In our benchmarking test, the InFocus Vision 3 managed to score 33516 on AnTuTu which is slightly lower than Redmi 5A’s AnTuTu score. On Geekbench, the phone scored 592 points in the single-core score and 1668 in multi-core score test.
Coming to the real-world tests, we found the performance decent on the Vision 3. The phone could handle the basic day-to-day tasks quite well and we didn’t face any issues while browsing sites, sending messages and making calls. However, we did encounter lags while opening heavy apps on the device. It took time to load RAW image files in Lightroom and stuttered while playing graphic-intensive game, Asphalt 8: Airborne.
In our gaming test, the graphics rendition was decent although the reds appeared a bit over-saturated. During the initial game-run, the phone slightly heated up near the fingerprint reader. We didn’t face frame drop while running a game for about half an hour. But like we said it does take some time to load heavy gaming app.