There isn’t an iota of doubt in our minds when we say that M680 does cut a smart figure for a sub-15k smartphone. The slim profile and the chamfered edges are design elements that stand out. We got the white/golden coloured version of the phone for review, but it is also available in a white/silver colour option. The M680 has dimensions of 156x76.8x7.25mm and weighs 158g. This weight is distributed evenly across the device, making it comfortable for single-handed usage despite a fairly large 5.5-inch display. One gripe that we had with the M680 is that, despite the metal body, the phone creaks and flexes easily. Moreover, the metal is also susceptible to scratches and scuffs. You’d be well advised to use a case with the phone.
The 5.5-inch display takes up most of the front face of the phone. There are fairly slim bezels on either sides of the display. Below the screen, InFocus has decided to go with three capacitive buttons to navigate through the operating system, whereas, above the display, one can find the earpiece, front-facing camera, a prominent notification LED light, and the ambient light sensors. The top edge has the 3.5mm jack and the microphone as well. The Micro-USB port, speaker, and another microphone are present on the bottom edge.
The power button and the SIM card tray are present on the right edge of the M680. On the other hand, the volume buttons are present on the left edge. Both these buttons offer decent tactile feedback. The primary camera sits on the top right corner of the rear. Do note that the rear cover is not removable and as a result, the battery is not accessible.