Infocus has launched a new handset called the Infocus Bingo 21 with 4G LTE support. This is a dual SIM handset that houses the Spreadtrum quad core and sports a 4.5 inch screen with FWVGA resolution. Bingo 21 is priced at ₹5,499.


Inside the box you will find the handset, removable battery of 2300 mAh capacity, user manual, warranty card, data cable and travel charger.


On the first look the Infocus Bingo 21 will definitely grab attention. It has got a beautiful design, unique and eye catchy. Body is made of plastic and using two colour combination. This handset is available in White, Orange and Blue colour options. Back panel is black coloured with (line) textures.

Infocus Bingo 21 review and unboxing

Power button, volume rocker is placed on the left side and micro USB port, audio jack is at the bottom. Bingo 21 weight is 155 grams with battery and dimensions are 67.04 x 136.66 x 11.05 (mm).

Infocus Bingo 21 design and build

This is a dual SIM handset –there are 2 SIM slots and a micro SD card. You need two micro SIM’s. SIM slot 1 supports 4G/3G/2G and SIM slot 2 supports 2G network only.

Infocus Bingo 21 dual micro SIM slots

There is LED notification and 3 sensors – light, proximity and accelerometer.


Bingo 21 sports a 4.5 inch screen with FWVGA – 854 x 480 pixels resolution. Colour reproduction is good, there is blue light filter, viewing angles are okay and touch is smooth and responsive.

Infocus Bingo 21 4.5 inch screen with FWVGA resolution

Memory, Storage and OS

This smartphones comes with 2GB RAM and 8GB storage. On the first boot you will get 1.3GB free RAM and around 4.6GB free space. OTG is not supported, but you can change the preferred install location to external SD card.

InLife UI over android 5.1 Lollipop runs out of the box.


Bingo 21 is powered by Spreadtrum SC9830 quad core chipset, cortex A7 32 bit clocked at 1.5GHz coupled with Mali 400 MP GPU. No issues as such with the overall performance. Heat-up is under control but when playing heavy games the battery temperature could reach up to 42 degrees.


  • Quadrant – 6242
  • Antutu (32 bit) – 1st time 24746, 2nd time 24872
  • Nenamark 2 – 58.2fps
  • Internal storage Speed – Read (61MB/s), Write (19MB/s)
  • Multi Touch – 5 Point.


I tried Asphalt 8, though the game seemed playable, there was some issue. The graphics specially the background were missing, I got the same result in every mode (very low to high) (check video review). I then tried real racing 3 game that played really well, game was smooth and I did not found any issues related to the graphics.


There is an 8MP AF camera on the rear with LED flash and it can shoot 720p videos. Front camera is a 5MP shooter that also comes with front LED flash. Though this smartphone can record 720p videos it can easily play FHD videos.

Infocus Bingo 21 8MP camera

Camera quality is okay, picture appeared washed out, probably Infocus might fixed that with software updates. Check the Sample below.

Rear Camera Sample

Front Camera Sample

720p video sample


Sound is loud and clear, no issues with network performance. In-call sound was also pretty good. 4G, WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth worked well.


The 2300 mAh removable battery does a good job, you can expect 3 to 6 hours of continuous moderate to heavy usage.

Infocus Bingo 21 2300 mAh battery

Battery Performance

  • Running Benchmark app – 15 minutes / battery % dropped by 5 / battery temp = 38 degrees.
  • Played Real Racing 3 – for 12 minutes / battery dropped by 6% / battery temp = 42 degrees.
  • Watched FHD video with full brightness (WiFi /4G on) – for 29 minutes / battery dropped by 8% / battery temp was 35 degrees.
  • Handset charging (wall charge) 2 hours 58 minutes from 26% to 100% using 5V / 2A charger. Estimated charge time from 0% to 100% – under 3 hours 30 minutes.


The Infocus Bingo 21 is a smart looking handset, that surely will turn heads. It however is Spreadtrum quad core powered that does a decent job, screen size / resolution is also low but colour reproduction is good. Camera is okay (can be improved). Battery backup is pretty good.

Infocus Bingo 21 is available for ₹5,499 on Snapdeal.

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Published by Gogi Rana

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  1. This is a Good Android phone. BUT some problems like when I watching a movie itit’s battery Temperature 45° C. And device is very hot. It is good Android phone but always heat. Heat is a major problem in this phone.

  2. It is waste of money and do not purchase. It is not for calling. Speaker is very low. Your ear will be ringing. I just threw it to dustbin. I have ordered from snapdeal and they said we cannot do refund and the product is not under Trust pay. So, beware of purchasing any electronic product which is non branded from Snapdeal. You will get it fast, but cannot return back.

    1. Hey bro I want to know Is it has convertable data connection like lenovo k3 note.In which you can use 2G network till you recharge with 3G or use 4G on 3G data pack.

  3. Gogiji, Please suggest me which one will be better InFocus Bingo 21 M430 or Infocus M370? Price difference is Rs. 500. Please suggest asap. I’ll book today.

  4. bro please reply me if anyone’s bingo 21 recives any software update and is it fixes 1080p video recording or OTG issue.

  5. That a better mobile for who want small better performence and in pocket size
    Not for those who run behind big mobile

  6. Is there any screen protection or not… please ask me sir, great review before laughing.

    1. Check video review, 720p and OTG did not work, but both of these can be changed via software update.

  7. Intex cloud flash with 5inch super amoled HD display with front and rear corning gorilla glass available for just 6999/- on snap deal, its a great device for the price I think.

    1. Why would we buy that when Coolpad Note 3 Lite with 3 gigs ram and finger print sensor available for same price?

          1. Right! All Intex phones have worst camera. Zoom a little the captured image(forget zoom at the time of capture) and u can see curly lines as the details. I dont think Intex was ever reviewed by Gogi bro due to its known limitation.

        1. 2gb ram + octacore soc + 16gb internal + 13/5mp camera @6999/- ..super amoled display too, what else you expect ?

          1. Since you have bought Intex phone, I wish you all the best for your purchase. Let the good luck be with you.

            Intex themselves don’t know how many handsets they have launched till date.

            AFAIK, intex don’t have their own dedicated service centers, all service centers are All Under One Roof, i.e. Intex, Lava, Iball, Maxx, and so on. I’d hope you never get to see them.

    2. Gogi, please tell Intex cloud flash or infocus bingo ?
      I have to buy one…need your verdict !
      Also which has more brand value Intex or Infocus ??

      1. I have orderd an intex cloud flash today from SD because I really like its display after watching its video review on YouTube. I also got 5% cash back offer from hdfc bank, so net price comes around 6.6k. I really feel its a great deal anyway let’s wait for the delivery.

    3. Bro intex cloud flash is really very good mobile…we should buy this inplace of infocus, coolpad, xiaomi….

        1. If u really want durable and service support company then go with Samsung they never give u cloud flash like mobile in this price.They priced at 20k and up

      1. Are you serious? Intex is a rebrander, and all others you mentoned are manufacturers. Yu may not even know from where intex gets those handsets and what is the quality of them.

        1. Bro i m talking about cloud flash mobile only. I kw xiaomi infocus r well known manufacturer. Cloud flash mobile have gd specifications in low cost budget.