The Infocus Turbo 5 Plus was launched recently and it comes with dual cameras on the back plus with a very good price tag of Rs. 8,999. Here is the Infocus Turbo 5 Plus unboxing video and first impression.

Inside the box you will get the handset, SIM ejector pin, user manual, screen guard, data cable (USB to micro USB) and travel charger 5V/2A. SAR value : 0.83 head and 1.35 body. Earphone is not included in the box. Major specs are mentioned on the box.

Build and finishing is very good. Curvy design, metal frame, black color with matte finish and with silver outline. Handset weight is around 174 grams. There is 13MP + 5Mp dual cameras on the back. Screen is 5.5 inches with 720p resolution and with 2.5D curved glass.

Infocus Turbo 5 Plus unboxing

Infocus Turbo 5 Plus looks completely black on the front (on this black color variant). The finger print sensor on the front is decently fast and accurate. There are just 3 sensor – accelerometer, light and proximity now this will disappoint many.

Turbo 5 Plus comes with LED notification and OTG is also supported. This is a dual SIM handset using hybrid slot – you can use 2x nano or 1x nano + micro SD card. 4G with VoLTE works on both the SIM slots and there is video calling option but only when you check the contact, not in dialer. There is 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM. Inside the hood it is using MediaTek MT6750 octa core processor. A 4850 mAh battery powers this handset.

Full review coming soon.

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  1. i think moto e4 plus is better option, i like its build quality, somehow brand name, better service network, updates,dolby atoms, pretty decent conncectivity with bluetooth,tethering, and it has splash proof display so that cause, it never never feels rough to touch what type of your hadns are doesnt matter. its dispaly always smooths to touch.

  2. which 1 is the best between INFOCUS TURBO 5 PLUS & LENOVO K8 PLUS? eg. battery backup, camera qulaity, heating issues, charging time etc

  3. Despite having so much bezels and a fingerprint sensor on the bottom bezel, InFocus chose to provide on screen navigation keys instead of capacitive keys on either sides of the fingerprint sensor.. InFocus design team isn’t practical..

  4. Cons – Lack of Magnetometer & Gyro Sensors.
    With that hybrid slot, it would be possible to use a Micro SIM Adapter so you can use 2 SIMs + a MicroSD Card. Phone looks premium. Waiting for full review.