There are times when a phone shows up that just seems to good to be true, and the InFocus M512 is one of them, but where is the catch?
InFocus, the OEM phone maker for manufacturing giant Foxconn, have slowly been making waves in Asia. There latest phones are now both good-looking and have good hardware, and the mid-rage InFocus M512 is no different.
As far as we can tell, a phone with similar hardware to the M512 would cost substantially more. From the specifications we see a Snapdragon 400 processor, Android 4.4 Kitkat OS, 5-inch 720p Gorilla Glass display, 8 mega-pixel main camera and even LTE (FDD-LTE Band 1, 3, 7 TD-LTE Band 38,39.40, 41).
Just 1GB RAM and 4GB memory is a little on the low side, and it would be nice to see a larger battery than 2500mAh and dual SIM, but for the low international price it actually looks like quite a deal.
Full details of the InFocus M512 LTE phone can be seen over on the Vifocal website where it can be ordered for just $169.99.