InFocus M350 Review: One for the Selfie Generation

By on Email @exolete

InFocus, although a new brand has established itself as a player in the market with the success of the InFocus M2 and M330. The M350 continues the trend forward with a sleek design, 4G LTE support and again a front-facing 8MP autofocus camera for the selfie lovers, and the front-camera actually performs better than some of the rear-facing units on the competition. Now, the large front bezels might not be to everyone's liking which makes the phone look quite tall but the build and construction of the device is quite solid as is the camera performance. Sadly, the InFocus M350 is still running on Android 4.4 KitKat, which should be strict no-no for any device launching in 2015 and moreover, at present there is no word on a Lollipop update. But even its competition including the Redmi 2 and the Lenovo A6000 Plus are still running on Kitkat, so I won't cut points for that here. The InFocus M350 is priced Rs. 1000 more than its immediate rivals, and for that you are getting better build, better cameras and good performance. Is it worth it? You can watch our full-review of the InFocus M350 above to find out. Detailed review scores alongwith pros/cons can be found below.


The InFocus M350 targets the Selfie generation with a good front camera, good performance and sleek build.


  • Good Cameras
  • Good Performance, Gaming
  • Good Display
  • Good Build Quality
  • USB OTG Support


  • Still running KitKat
  • App-data not Movable
  • InLife UI needs Work, adhere to standard Android UI Paradigm
  • A bit tall for a 5-inch Smartphone

Score Breakdown

  • Build and Design
  • Display
  • Network Reception & Call Quality
  • Camera(s)
  • Music & Video Playback
  • Gaming
  • Performance
  • Battery-life
  • Software
  • Total Score
    8.6 10.0
InFocus M350 Specs and Photos
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