Infocus has unveiled the Bingo 50 Plus a metallic smartphone with a decent camera. It is the successor to the Bingo 50 which was released last year. The Infocus Bingo 50 Plus is yet to go on sale on Snapdeal but has been listed on the official Infocus website.
Infocus Bingo 50 Affordable 4G Phone
The Bingo 50 plus comes with a metal unibody design compared to the leather and sandstone offering on previous bingo series phones.
The phone looks and feel premium and is available in Gold and Silver colors. The Bingo 50 plus is meant for buyers having a preference for sleek design it measures just 6.9mm in thickness.
The power button sits to the right and the volume rocker to the left. The back sports a 13 Megapixel rear camera with LED flash and Infocus logo below it. Furthermore, the top houses the 3.5mm jack and the bottom stay busy with Micro USB port, speaker, and primary microphone.
At the front, the phone flaunts a 5.5 HD (1280*720) IPS on-cell display with 267 PPI.
Powering the phone is a Quad Core MediaTek MT 6735 processor with a clock speed of 1.3 GHz. It comes along with Mali-T760 GPU to handle the latest game titles.
Additionally, it comes with essential 3 GB ram and 16 GB of internal storage. Also, the storage is expandable upto 64 Gb with the help of Micro SD card. Although it has a hybrid dual slot where you can use one nano sim and one SD card or 2 nano sims at the same time. Sadly, it misses out on the fingerprint sensor.
Camera, Battery, OS, and Connectivity
InFocus 50 Plus comes with improvements in the camera section. It flaunts a 13 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera, compared to the 8 MP front and rear camera on Bingo 50.
Both the cameras have autofocus and f/2.2 aperture. Also, they are capable of recording up to 1080p videos.
What’s more, it runs on a decent 2600 mAh battery, which is marginally better than its predecessor’s 2500mAh battery. But the Bingo 50 Plus misses out on fast charging and provides a 1A charger.
Next, the phone runs on latest Android Marshmallow 6.0 with Inlife UI 2.0 skin on top. The phone has most sensors including the Accelerometer, Gyro-sensor, E-Compass, Proximity. It also sports 4G/LTE along with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, 3G, FM and supports USB OTG as well.
Notably, it is available on the official site and Snapdeal to purchase. Lastly, the phone is available for ₹7,999 and comes in 2 color options, Gold, and Silver.
To sum up, the price is competitive and it competes with Lenovo K5 and K5 Plus, Redmi 3S and also 3S Prime.
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