The Infocus M810t, such a terrible name for such a great phone. It has the exact same specs as the Oneplus One and has better build quality but a slightly smaller battery and costs just $160. Infocus traditionally makes projectors and have recently started making phones. The M810t is their flagship with insane specs, a Snapdragon 801, 2GB of RAM and a 1080p screen, the same as the Oneplus One for the crazy low price of $160. But before you run out and go buy it, I’m going to tell you what’s great, and what’s not so great. Gearbest.
|5.5″ 1920×1080 IPS Display||Snapdragon 801 Quad Core Processor|
|2GB Ram, 16GB ROM||5MP + 13MP Camera|
|Android 5.1 Lollipop||GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|MicroSIM, MicroSD||WCDMA 1900/2100|
|2600mAh Battery||FDD-LTE 700/800/1800/2100|
|SIM, MicroSIM, MicroSD||198g, 153.7 x 76.2 x 69.9 mm|
The phone is quite compact. It is about the same size as the OnePlus One and thinner as well. It is quite easy to hold in one hand and feels great. The quality of this phone is off the charts. The front and back of the phone is covered in Gorilla Glass 3 and the bezels are very beautifully finished metal that’s coloured rose gold. The screen bezels are small as well, keeping the size of the phone down. The bottom of the device has the capacitive buttons that lights up and a single speaker below that. I honestly would have preferred the speaker to be on the back and the phone be made shorter if possible, but I’m not complaining, just personal preference. Below the menu button is the notification light as well.
I usually don’t spend too much time on the volume and power buttons because they are pretty standard but I just love them here. Infocus has really thought about the design here and it shows. There is a bump on this side of the phone so that you can feel where the volume button is. It is this kind of attention to detail that really makes me love this phone. The buttons themselves are great quality.
On the right side of the phone you find trays for the MicroSIM and MicrOSD card slot.
The back of the device is encased in glass as well and features the 13MP camera, LED flash, Infocus Logo and weirdly enough the NFC and 4G logo as well, but they are small and unobtrusive. The glass on the front and back do attract fingerprints, but they are not as visible as you think, which is really nice when showing off this phone to others.
I rate the build quality and looks on this device as one of the best. It feels amazing in the hand and wows you when you look at it. I’ve gotten many discreet glances at this phone just chilling at different places. I will say that the double sided glass really makes you very afraid of dropping it but I did drop the phone from a table about 3 feet or 1 meter high and there wasn’t even a scratch.