InFocus had launched their Bingo 50 one week ago, and today, they have launched their new phone, called the InFocus Bingo 10. The phone they launched last week was the first phone in the sub-INR 8000 category to have Android Marshmallow, but they have changed this themselves by launching this new phone at a very affordable price.
InFocus Bingo 10 Specifications
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The InFocus Bingo 10 features a 4.5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 854 x 428 pixels. Under the hood, the phone is powered by a MediaTek MT6580M Quad-core 1.3GHz processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage expandable using microSD card up to 64 GB.
In terms of camera, the device features a 5-megapixel rear facing camera and a 5-megapixel front facing camera for the selfies. The good thing about the camera is that the rear camera as well as the front camera, both are accompanied by an LED flash. The downside about the camera is that both the cameras are fixed focus and hence do not support autofocus.
In terms of the Operating System on the device, the phone comes packed with the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0 based custom ROM from InFocus. This is the cheapest smartphone available right now with Android Marshmallow, the place which was taken by the InFocus Bingo 50 was taken last week.
The connectivity features of the device are the usual 2G/3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The unfortunate thing is that this smartphone does not come with 4G LTE support, but at this low cost, you can’t expect every thing from it.
Powering the entire device is a 2000mAh battery, which seems decent considering the screen size and the resolution that the phone supports. However, more can be mentioned about the battery only when we do a full detailed review of the phone.
Pricing and Availability
The InFocus Bingo 10 is priced at INR 4,299, and will be available in two colors, White, and Black. The White color comes with green edges, whereas the Black color comes with blue edges. The phone will be sold exclusively on Snapdeal, starting from today.
The phone seems like a decent device at the price, powered by Android Marshmallow. The camera and performance of the device may not be something that you expect from a smartphone today, but this smartphone is targeted at entry level smartphone buyers so there isn’t much to say.