InFocus has rolled out the most affordable Android Marshmallow smartphone today, and they call it the Bingo 10. The company released Bingo 50 smartphone last week which also featured the latest version of Android and received positive response from our readers. It is launched at the price of INR 4,299 it is exclusively available on Snapdeal.
InFocus Bingo 10 Specifications
|Key Specs||InFocus Bingo 10|
|Display||4.5 inches IPS|
|Screen Resolution||854 x 428 pixels|
|Operating System||Android Marshmallow 6.0|
|Processor||1.3 GHz Octa-Core
|Memory||1 GB RAM|
|Inbuilt Storage||8 GB|
|Storage Upgrade||Yes, upto 64 GB via microSD|
|Primary Camera||5 MP with LED flash|
|Secondary Camera||5 MP with LED flash|
|SIM card type||Dual SIM (micro SIM + micro SIM)|
InFocus Bingo 10 Quick Review [Video]
InFocus Bingo 10 Box Contents
The contents found inside the Bingo 10 box are: –
- Bingo 10 Smartphone
- USB 2.0
- Removable Battery
- Documents and guide
The Bingo 10 comes in white colour and a textured back with neon green edges. We have seen some other Bingo series devices coming in colourful patterns and combinations, and looks like the company wants to continue bringing the colourful handsets. The overall look and feel of the phone is just fine and thankfully it does not feel cheap. One thing that might upset is the white coloured back, as it catches dust and stains very easily.
On the front, you’ll see the colour taking over the empty area around the display. The camera module, earpiece, and flashlight are baked on the top while the bottom of the display is covered by InFocus branding.
The bottom left corner has a speaker grill.
The volume rocker and power/wake keys are on the right side of this phone.
On the top, you’ll find the 3.5 mm audio jack on the left and micro USB port for data syncing and charging on the right.
It accepts two micro SIM and a micro SD, they can be inserted by removing the back panel.
InFocus Bingo 10 Photo Gallery
InFocus Bingo 10 User Interface
Bingo 10 comes with the latest version of Android Marshmallow out of the box, but you will find InFocus’s Inlife UI on top of it. The InLife UI is not one of the best we have seen but still feels smooth and does not affect the performance of this device. It has some custom animations, offers themes to choose from, and tweaked icons. It also supports motion gestures and off-screen gestures, but I felt the UI looks unfurnished in some areas, which can be improved.
InFocus Bingo 10 Gaming Performance
Expecting an exceptional gaming performance on this device is not something what wise men will do. Looking at the hardware and price, it is very obvious that we cannot enjoy high end gaming on this handset. Still we tried playing Dead Trigger 2 and Modern Combat 5 on this device with moderate graphic settings and the response was good enough. It handled the Dead Trigger 2 with an ease and I did not face any graphic lag during my 20 minutes of gameplay. Modern Combat 5 is a bit heavy for this hardware but it was still handling the game at playable condition. The good thing was the temperature; surprisingly it did not heat up at all even after playing back to back games for almost 40 minutes
Note: – The gaming tests were done under an atmospheric temperature of 32 degree Celsius.
|Game||Playing Duration||Battery Drop (%)||Initial Temperature (In Celsius)||Final Temperature (In Celsius)|
|Modern Combat||20 minutes||9%||31.2 degree||36.2 degree|
|Dead Trigger 2||20 minutes||8%||33.7 degree||35.8 degree|
InFocus Bingo 10 Performance and Benchmark Scores
Bingo 10 does not boast of solid spec-sheet, it has 1.3 GHz MediaTek 6580A SoC with 1 GB RAM. This configuration is not considered to be great if you expect power from this device. Even though basic tasks were handled smoothly, RAM management is also nicely done. Minor interface lags and delays are normal but it never feels awkward to use.
The benchmark scores of the InFocus Bingo 10 are:
|Benchmark App||Benchmark Score|
Bingo 10 comes at an affordable price of INR 4,299 and it is the cheapest phone to have Android Marshmallow. The performance is good for the price, but aggressive users may face some issues during intensive tasks. Looking at the competition, it is a good option in terms of camera and performance but the display is something that is not up to the mark.