Innjoo Vision Specs Review, Price and Where to buy

The Dubai based smartphone manufacturer, Innjoo is the latest OEM to join the “Full-view” display craze and the new Innjoo Vision smartphone is the representative device that will be sporting such specs.


Innjoo Vision

The Innjoo Vision comes with a finesse plastic body and a nice aesthetic that makes it extraordinarily attractive and makes you want to hold and have a feel. The device comes with a 151.9 mm x 73.1 mm x 8.45 mm dimension and no soft or hard keys or buttons on the capacitive touchscreen. The only hard keys present on the Innjoo Vision are the volume adjustment keys and the lock button (which also doubles as the power button), all neatly embedded on the right side of the device.

Although I’m of the opinion that a metal body or coating would have given the Innjoo Vision a more premium look but still, the plastic body as well as the placement of the primary camera and the Fingerprint sensor adds a large chunk to the device’s beauty.

Innjoo Vision

The Innjoo Vision has a large 5.8 inches IPS LCD HD+ capacitive touchscreen with 1440 x 720 pixels resolution and a low 278 pixels per inch (ppi) pixel density. The screen is covered with a curved 2.5D glass, comes with almost-negligible bezels but lacks one very important feature. I’m pretty sure you know what that is – the Corning Gorilla Glass display protection. However, an accessory like an external glass screen protector can easily substitute for this missing feature.

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The Innjoo Vision uses a MediaTek MT6737T 64-bit System-on-Chip and a Quad core ARM-A53 processor that runs at a clock speed of 1.45 GHz. As expected of any device released at this time of the year and technological advancement, the Android v7.0 Nougat on the Innjoo Vision falls perfectly in line with expectations.

However, coming in as a huge disappointment is the 1GB RAM that is embedded on the Innjoo Vision, likewise the 16GB built-in memory. However, the dedicated micro SD card slot which allows expansion to 32 GB seem somewhat like a compensation.


Innjoo Vision

One particularly interesting fact about the optics of the Innjoo Vision is that both the primary and secondary camera come with LED flash light support. The main camera is a 13 megapixel sensor while that up front is an 8 megapixels sensor.

The Innjoo Vision comes with support for Dual Nano SIM card and is powered by a non-removable 3,000 mAh Lithium Ion battery. The device also charges to full capacity in no time, thanks to its inherent Quick charge feature.


The Innjoo Vision has been released for sale on the 12th of October and is available between $120 – $150.

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