Many brands have launched their dual camera smartphones and now Infocus brand is also getting ready to launch the Infocus Turbo 5 Plus handset that will come with dual cameras on the back. The company has started teasing about their next model on social networks.

Latest tweet by Infocus along with a video clearly shows the dual camera setup on the back (horizontal). This handset will come with good features some of the features were already revealed, like bigger battery mAh – Infocus Turbo 5 Plus may house around 5000 mAh battery.

Now not sure what the handset will be packed with (hardware), but since Infocus has named it Turbo 5 Plus it probably could be upgraded version of Infocus Turbo 5, may come with octa core processor probably from MediaTek brand and a good RAM / ROM. As for camera we know it will be dual.

Infocus Turbo 5 Plus with dual cameras coming soon

Stay Tuned for the Infocus Turbo 5 Plus launch, coming soon. But after Xiaomi launched the Mi A1 handset AndroidOne powered for Rs. 14,999 we will have to see what other companies price their handset at.

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  1. Dual camera is good but atleast 625 chipset
    Selfie should 8 pixel atleast

  2. What will sell most in mid space in India is a 5.5 in phone powered by Sd 630, Super Amoled Full HD Screen, HD Audio, Good Cam, Android 1, and a 5000 mAh battery. Priced @ ₹13 k . Wonder why all phone makers are blind to the perfect mix.

        1. Cool play 6 is a good phone with pathetic design. Looks like discarded chinese garbage with those huge ugly bezels. Really bad design for such a good phone.

          1. You always leave one drawback column even if you buy 70k + smartphone
            Can you suggest better smartphone better smartphone than cool play 6 in the same price bracket

    1. @Vijay Kumar, there is absolutely no phone maker which provides good HD audio except for Nubia, few lenovo phones with dolby atmos, Sony and HTC.