Infocus Bingo 10 is another low cost handset with a price tag of ₹4,299. This smartphone is powered by MediaTek quad core processor and is running Marshmallow Android 6.0 out of the box with 1GB RAM. Bingo 10 supports 3G networks.
Bingo 10 Unboxing
Inside the box : Handset, removable battery of 2000 mAh capacity, data cable and travel charger 5V /1A). SAR values : 0.785W/Kg @1g head and 0.850W/Kg @ 1g body.
Handset body is made of plastic. Build quality, finishing and the design is very good. Bingo 10 is eye catchy using two colour combination. It is available in White with Green Twist and Black with Blue Twist colour options. Weight with battery is 157 grams and dimensions are 67.25 x 135.52 x 10.41 (mm).
Handset is comfortable to hold and use. Power button and volume rocker are placed on the right side. Audio jack and micro USB port is on the top. There is a single microphone placed at the bottom.
Bingo 10 is a dual SIM handset that houses a normal SIM slot 1 and a micro SIM slot 2 plus a micro SD card slot that supports up to 64GB external cards. There is no LED notification and smartphone is loaded with following sensors – Accelerometer, light and proximity.
Bingo 10 sports a 4.5 inch screen with FWVGA resolution. Colour reproduction and touch response is good and viewing angles are okay. There is no dedicated button (onscreen buttons will show up).
OS, Memory and Storage
Infocus Bingo 10 is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. On the first boot you will get 300 to 400 MB of free RAM and about 4GB of free internal storage space. Apps are getting installed on internal storage and OTG is not supported.
This smartphone houses the MediaTek MT6580 13GHz 32 Bit cortex A7 quad core processor clocked at 1.3GHz coupled with Mali 400 MP GPU. Performance is good, handset does tend to lag sometimes and it does heated up lightly with heavy usage – max temperature encountered was 40 degrees.
- Quadrant – 6038.
- Antutu (32 bit) – 23962.
- Nenamark 2 – 62.3fps
- Internal storage Speed – Read (66MB/s), Write (14MB/s)
- Multi Touch – 2 Point.
I played Asphalt 8, this app got installed on the internal storage. I was able to play the Asphalt 8 game in high visual quality mode with ease.
There is a 5MP fixed focus camera on the rear with LED flash support and a 5MP fixed focus camera on the front with front LED flash support. Camera quality is okay (below average). The rear camera can shoot full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels videos at 30fps.
Rear Camera Sample
Front Camera Sample
FHD video sample
Though sound output is loud (ringtone) but when using media player or playing games the sound output was quite low. No issues with 3G, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio and network signal.
The 2000 mAh removable battery does a very good job. You can expect about 4 to 6 hours of continuous moderate to heavy usage in a full charge.
- Running Benchmark app – 11 minutes / battery % dropped by 3 / battery temp = 35 degrees.
- Played Asphalt 8 – for 22 minutes / battery dropped by 5% / battery temp = 40 degrees.
- FHD video playback with full brightness (WiFi /4G on) – for 26 minutes / battery dropped by 10% / battery temp was 38 degrees.
- Handset charging (wall charge) – 2 hour 24 minutes from 12% to 100%.
Bingo 10 is a smart looking handset using a quad core processor and loaded with 1GB RAM. This handset supports 3G networks and the main attraction is the Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Camera is okay not really that great and battery backup is very good.
It’s not a bad buy for ₹4,299, but it would make sense to invest a little and buy a handset with 4G support and / or with at least a auto focus camera.
Infocus Bingo 10 is available for ₹4,299.
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Posted by Gogi's Techno Blog – Reviews, News and more on Sunday, March 20, 2016