InFocus M535 Review

Today we will review an Android smartphone known as InFocus M535 made by InFocus. Giving continuity to its trend of manufacturing and selling smartphones of mid-price ranges, InFocus released InFocus M535, it’s another budget smartphone.

The InFocus M535, just like other mid-range smartphones, is made out of a metal. The rear panel of the device is made out metal, however, the top and bottom of the rear panel receives a plastic. Unluckily, this device, just like the InFocus M680, M808,  lacks the protection of any type of glass on the front. The display and metallic panel of the device is combined in a metal framework.

The top part of the InFocus M535 features an earpiece along with the front facing camera and various sensors. The “InFocus” branding is also noticeable just below the rear panel. Further, the device possesses capacitive home, recent app and back buttons below the screen. Nevertheless, these buttons are not backlit.

Furthermore, the InFocus M535 features the 3.5 mm earphone socket at the top similarly, the micro USB port at the bottom followed by a primary microphone and a speaker grille. The power button is placed on the right hand side followed by SIM card and microSD card slot above it. Similarly, the left hand side of the side device comprises of the volume alteration keys. The rear part of the device includes main camera and a flashlight.

Moreover, the InFocus M535 features 5.5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display. However, InFocus could have featured full HD resolution instead of 720 x 1280 pixels. The screen, however, produces vibrant, saturated color. Further, texts are sharp and the device also possesses good viewing angle. Further, the device also features light sensor which automatically adjusts screen brightness according to the environment.

The InFocus M535 runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and also features company’s own user interface Inlife UI. Besides, device is furnished with Mediatek MT6735 chipset, Quad-Core 1.3 GHz CPU and Mali-T720MP2 under the hood. Further, the InFocus M535 features either 2 GB or 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. The storage, besides, can be expanded to 64 GB using a microSD card.

Furthermore, InFocus M535 sports 13 MP, f/2.4 aperture lens auto focus main camera. The main camera also possesses different features which allow users to capture good pictures. The device, besides, sports 8 MP of front facing camera. The main camera helps users to capture good shots in the daytime, however, the image quality degrades in the lowlight. Moreover, the front camera does it work very good.

In addition, the InFocus M535 is powered with 2600 mAh users’ non removable battery. And just like other mid-range, this device too lacks fast charging functionality. Nevertheless, the device possesses good battery which can give battery backup for more than one day without charging it twice. Overall, the device is good in comparison with its price level.

InFocus M535 Price in Nepal : Rs. 17,490 (For 2 GB of RAM) Rs. 19,990 (For 3 GB of RAM) (Around)

InFocus M535 Specification


 Size  5.5 inches
 Resolution  720 x 1280 pixels
 Color Depth  16M


 CPU Speed  1.3 GHz
 CPU Type  Quad-Core


 Video Recording Resolution  NA
 Main Camera Resolution  13.0 MP
 Front Camera Resolution  8.0 MP
 Main Camera Auto-focus  Yes


 RAM  2 GB and 3 GB
 ROM  16 GB
 External Memory  Yes, Expandable Up To 64 GB


 Multi-Sim  Dual SIM
 Sim Size  NA
 2G Sim  NA


 ANT+  No
 USB Version  USB 2.0
 Headphone  3.5 mm Stereo
 Wi-Fi/Wi-Fi Direct  Yes
 Bluetooth  Yes
 MHL  No
 PC Sync  NA
 Location  Yes
  NFC  No


 Operating Software  Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Physical Information

 Color+  NA
 Form Factor  Touchscreen Bar
 Dimension  NA
 Weight  NA
 Water Resistant/Dust Proof  No


 Compass/Magnetometer  Yes
 Proximity Sensor  Yes
 Accelerometer  Yes
 Ambient Light Sensor  Yes
 Gyroscope  NA
 Barometer  NA
 Temperature Sensor  NA


 Standard Battery Capacity  2600 mAh
 Removable  No

Audio and Video

 Video Playing Format  NA
 Video Playing Resolution  NA
 Audio Playing Format  NA


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