InFocus Vibe 1 And Vibe 3 Feature Phones Launched in Nepal

InFocus Vibe 1 and Vibe 3 Feature Phones Launched in Nepal

InFocus, a leading US-based smartphone company has made a comeback in Nepal with the launch of two feature phones in Nepal – InFocus Vibe 1 and Vibe 3. Even though Android smartphones are quite popular, there has been a steady growth in the adoption of feature phones, especially by senior citizens.

In a statement released to the press, InFocus revealed that they are planning to set new benchmarks in the Nepal feature phone industry. The main aim of the company is to create products that are not only user friendly but also advanced features for the tech-savvy Nepal people.

According to InFocus, the product team is working hard to push the boundaries of technology and design innovation by maintaining trust.

InFocus Vibe 1 

The InFocus Vibe 1 boasts a 1.8-inch QQVGA display with a screen resolution of 160×128 pixels. Under the hood, the Vibe 1 is powered by a 260MHz processor, which is coupled up with a 32MB RAM and offers 32MB of internal storage (expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card). The company claims that you can store up to 500 phone contacts. Surprisingly, the InFocus Vibe 1 ships with a 0.3 MP digital rear camera with LED Flash.

The 1000mAh battery integrated with the feature phone helps you to work for more than 3 days depending upon usage.

In addition to dual SIM provision, the InFocus Vibe 1 provides support for GPS, Bluetooth, Wireless FM Radio, Torch LED Light. Moreover, you can work with 7 languages and play with pre-installed games. The device includes dedicated buttons for the playback of the audio files.

InFocus Vibe 1
InFocus Vibe 1

Key Specifications of InFocus Vibe 1

  • Display – 1.8-inch QQVGA (160 x 128 pixels)
  • Processor – 260 MHz
  • RAM – 32MB
  • Storage – 32MB (expandable up to 32GB)
  • Rear Camera – 0.3 MP with LED Flash
  • Battery – 1,000mAh
  • Network and SIM – 2G Network (Dual SIM – GSM)
  • Connectivity – Bluetooth 3.0, GPRS, Wireless FM Radio
  • Other Features – LED Torch, Multiple Language Support, Pre-Installed Games, Dedicated Multimedia Buttons
  • Price in Nepal – Rs. 1,150

InFocus Vibe 1 Price in Nepal and Availability

Available in two different color options i.e. Black and Blue, the InFocus Vibe 1 is priced at Rs. 1,150.

Product

Price in Nepal

InFocus Vibe 1

Rs. 1,150.00

InFocus Vibe 3

The InFocus Vibe 3 flaunts a 2.4-inch QVGA display. On the internals, the Vibe 3 offers a 32MB RAM alongside 32MB expandable internal storage. You can make use of a microSD card to store data up to 32GB.

The rear side includes a paltry 0.3MP camera, which is less when compared with smartphones. The handset borrows power via a 1000mAh battery with support for Dual SIM, Bluetooth, LED Torch, vibration mode, GPRS, and a dedicated SOS key. You can enjoy your travel experience with the bundled FM Radio.

The attractive part of Vibe 3 is the addition of a privacy Lock functionality using which you can set a password for your personal content and messages. The phone displays a blinking light when you receive calls or messages.

Key Specifications of InFocus Vibe 3

  • Display – 2.4-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels)
  • Processor – 260 MHz
  • RAM – 32MB
  • Storage – 32MB (expandable up to 32GB)
  • Rear Camera – 0.3 MP
  • Battery – 1,000mAh
  • Network and SIM – 2G Network (Dual SIM – GSM)
  • Connectivity – Bluetooth, GPRS, Wireless FM Radio with Rec.
  • Other Features – D5 LED Torch, Multiple Language Support, Facebook, Internet Browsing, SOS Key, Smart Notification, Power Manager, Privacy Lock, Auto Call Recorder (Folder Wise)
  • Price in Nepal – Rs. 1,500

InFocus Vibe 3 Price in Nepal and Availability

Available in two different color options i.e. Black and Blue, the InFocus Vibe 3 is available to buy in the market for Rs. 1,500.

Product

Price in Nepal

InFocus Vibe 3

Rs. 1,500.00

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Anand Narayanaswamy

Anand Narayanaswamy works as a freelance writer based in Trivandrum, Kerala. He had worked with leading print and online publishing houses. During his spare time, he used to work with all sort of Gadgets. Anand still works with the old Palm handheld, Apple iPod Classic, Microsoft Zune among others.

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