InFocus Bingo 21 Phone Review, Camera Review: #InFocusBingo21 Great Performer at a Great Price


InFocus Bingo 21 Smartphone Review: The smartphone manufacturer from the US had released the budget smartphone InFocus Bingo 21 in the Indian market recently. The smartphone comes carrying a price tag of Rs. 5,499 and it can be purchased exclusively through the e-commerce website Snapdeal. Will the InFocus Bingo 21 make for a worthy buy, we will find in this InFocus Bingo 21 Review.  

InFocus Bingo 21 Full Specification and Features Review:

InFocus Bingo 21 Review

Key Features InFocus Bingo 21
Dimensions 136.8×67×10.82mm
Display 4.5-inch (854 × 480 pixels) FWVGA IPS display
Processor 1.5 GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9830 processor
Storage 8GB (expandable upto 64GB)
Rear Camera 8MP Auto Focus Camera with LED flash, f/2.2 aperture
Front Camera 5MP front-facing camera with LED flash
Connectivity Dual SIM, 4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS
OS Android 5.5 Lollipop
Battery 2300mAh

InFocus Bingo 21 Phone Build and Design Review

Build and Desing Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 smartphone does infact have a very unique and eye-catchy design. The handset is made of plastic and it uses a combination of two colors. The Bingo 21 phone is available in the color variants of Orange, White and Blue. The back of the device has a  black colored panel and it sports line textures. The right edge on the device is blank while the left edge features the volume rocker keys and the power button, which is tiny circular one.

InFocus Bingo 21 Display and Camera Review:

InFocus Bingo 21 Display and Camera Review

Display Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 features a 4.5 inch display on the front that has a resolution of 854×480 pixels that convert to pixel density of 218ppi. The display on the Bingo 21 is decent and as good as the other smartphone in this price range. The users also get to control the color temperature of the smartphone and there are Standard and Dynamic options for the screen mode. The company has also made the important addition of blue light filter which lessens the eye strain.

Camera Review: Moving over to the InFocus Bingo 21 Camera Review, the smartphone has 8MP AutoFocus primary camera with LED flash that is capable of shooting 720p videos. On the front, it has a 5MP secondary camera which too is supported by an LED flash. The camera quality is just okay, the photos mostly looked washed out. There is nothing significant about the InFocus Bingo 21 Camera.

InFocus Bingo 21 Processor and User Interface Review:

Processor Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 smartphone comes powered by a quad core Spreadtrum 9830 processor the is clocked at 1.5 GHz. The processor is coupled with 2GB of RAM space for multi tasking and Mali 400 MP GPU for graphics. I did not notice any issues with the overall performance of the smartphone. The device did get a bit warm while games. But if you want this smartphone for normal everyday usage, you will not be disappointed.

InFocus Bingo 21 Specification Review

User Interface Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 runs InFocus’ own InLife UI over Android v5.1 Lollipop. The UI does not offer multi user support and the preinstalled apps have custom icons. The UI can be found weird at times but it does not hamper the performance.

InFocus Bingo 21 Storage and Battery Review:

Storage Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 smartphone comes with 8GB of internal storage that can be further expanded up to an extra 64GB using a microSD card.

Infocus Bingo 21 Build and Design Review

Battery Review: The InFocus Bingo 21 smartphone has a 2300mAh battery, which is removable. The smartphone also offers a power saver mode that has different settings according to the users requirement.

InFocus Bingo 21 Review, Final Verdict:

The InFocus Bingo 21 falls in a category that is already crowded with a lot other capable smartphones each of which offer something over the other. The Bingo 21 device that will cost Rs. 5499 will be exclusively available through flash sales on Snapdeal offer decent entry level performance and it will be interesting to see how it stacks up against the likes of Moto E, YU Yunique, Coolpad Note 3 Lite etc.