InFocus is continuously launching several smartphones one after the other. Although the company’s products are not much recognized in the market, but its products are consistently performing well. Like most other brands, InFocus has also focused on the mid-range smartphone market where there is a tough competition these days. Recently we have seen low budget smartphones. InFocus Bingo 21 Of review and today we have a new model bingo 50 Will review.

The company is branding this series of smartphones as “Phone for Fun”. The specifications of the Bingo 50 smartphone are somewhat similar to those of the Bingo 21. Here’s what we saw and found in this smartphone.

look and design
The Bing 50 looks like a low-budget colorful smartphone from its own series, the Bingo 21. Even in a way this phone is old InFocus M350 Only the body of the smartphone has been used. The camera’s location and size are all too familiar, down to the speakers and buttons.

The smartphone looks good but feels a bit heavy due to the thick panels at the top and bottom of the screen. The front camera and earpiece are great and there is an LED light on the top left corner which you can see only when lit. There is a large InFocus logo at the bottom of the screen.

bingo 50 go with rear cover available with rear cover Is. One rear cover is made of leather-like texture while the other has a sandpaper finish.

The camera lens, flash and mic are placed in the upper half of the rear. The three holes on the bottom look like an accessory connector but are Bingo 50’s speakers. The phone has two micro-SIM slots and a microSD slot. The battery of the phone is visible but not removable.

If the phone did not have a sandpaper finish, then this phone could have been very convenient to hold and use in the hand. On the side of the phone we have recently launched motorola Reminds me of smartphone design. But the big size of the phone is the biggest problem and it makes it the biggest problem to reach every edge of the screen using the phone with one hand.

As expected, the phone is powered by a ‘1.3 GHz quad-core’ processor which InFocus has named the standard MediaTek MT6735. This processor is fine for this price. Although it cannot be called a very powerful processor, but it is fine for normal day-to-day work. The phone has 3 GB RAM and 16 GB storage which can be expanded up to 64 GB with the help of microSD card. The phone offers 4G support on Bands 3 and 40 covering most of the Indian networks.

The screen of the phone is 5 inches and the resolution is 720×1280 pixels. Apart from this, connectivity features like Wi-Fi b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.1, A-GPS and USB-OTG are also present in this smartphone. The battery of the phone is 2500 mAh, which can be underestimated according to the phone.

InFocus says that its camera quality is what sets the phone apart as a brand. Both the rear and front cameras in the phone are of 8 megapixels. Along with this, similar sensors have been given in both with F / 2 Y2 aperture. We were surprised to see that the phone does not have a flash with such a good front camera but hopefully the phone will be able to take better quality pictures.

However, the most important feature of this phone that we found is that it comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We are glad that InFocus is one of the companies that promises to release updates soon after launch. The Android interface is less polished.

If you like customizing your phone, then you might like the app drawer and homescreen of the phone. There is also an EZ Launcher in the phone so that you can save battery by dimming the phone’s display.

We did notice that the phone’s superpowersaving mode also has some problems. Wi-Fi and cellular data remained disabled while switching out, while the preferred network was stuck on 2G.

You can check the memory usage with the help of Mobile Assistant, a pre-installed app in InFocus Bingo 50. With the Power Detective app, you can find out which apps and features are draining your battery quickly. App Traffic Control lets you block an individual app from using Wi-Fi and cellular data.

We found its performance to be decent while using Bingo 50. On the inside, it looks like M460 whereas at first glance you might see it like M350. Don’t know why InFocus has included this phone in its new Bingo series.

The phone has all the hallmarks of a budget smartphone. There is no unmatched feature or specification in the phone, but its performance can be called very good at this price. The display of the phone is bright and vibrant.

As expected, the MT6735 processor works more on the CPU side than the GPU. The benchmark figures of the phone were fine. The casual game ran fine on the phone.

In our video loop test, the phone’s battery lasted for 8 hours and 46 minutes. At the same time, during normal use of the phone throughout the day, we needed to charge the phone late at night after a whole day.

Camera performance was good according to the low price phone. The pictures of the phone looked detailed. However, the colors get washed out and the photos get more exposed in high light places. We really liked the camera performance considering the low price of the phone. Autofocus mostly doesn’t work and at times it stops completely but overall the pictures were better.

Talking about the 8-megapixel front camera, the quality of the pictures is very poor in terms of definition and brightness. Only 640×480 pixels of video can be recorded with the front camera.

our decision
The InFocus Bingo 50 might not look glamorous but it has a lot to offer for a starting price phone. The rear camera of the phone gives better pictures even in low light, but we found Android 6.0 to be the best feature of the phone. But if you want to buy a phone with good software and less features then Bingo 50 can definitely become your choice. But if your budget can go up to Rs 10,000, then you can buy the more powerful and luxurious Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 which has almost all the necessary features of a budget smartphone.

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