InFocus Bingo 10 Review: The Little Wonder, That Lacks Much

The American smartphone manufacturer recently entered the Indian market and launched a slew of devices in India at different price ranges. The InFocus Bingo 10 is the cheapest of all, and should be able to fulfil the basic needs. Let’s check if the device is worth your money or not.InFocus Bingo 10

Design & Display

The phone is targeted at budget segment buyers, and comes with a pretty basic design language. The front of the device is black in colour and the back has a white colour. The design is quite good and perfectly fits in the average sized hands, thanks to the 4.5 inches display. For a budget device, InFocus Bingo 10 offers a great level of build quality.

Coming to the display, it sports a 4.5-inch screen with a resolution of 854 x 480, which brings the pixel density to 218 ppi. Despite coming with an IPS panel, the screen doesn’t offer anything extraordinary, but offers decent colour reproduction and viewing angles. The display is good for a device in this price range.


Powered by MediaTek MT6580M, just like any other budget device, the InFocus offers a very basic level of performance with its quad core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. The processor is supported by a Mali 400 GPU and 1 GB of RAM, and it is good for casual gaming and basic usage. Of course, you can’t expect much more than that from a budget device.

It runs on Android 6.0 marshmallow, and is one of the very few devices in this price range to come with the latest OS out of the box. The interface and UI have always been similar on all the InFocus devices we have seen in the past, and it looks similar to the stock version, leaving aside the icon packs.

Having said that, the InFocus Bingo 10 isn’t a powerhouse, and won’t feel fluid, if you compare it with any of the device in mid or high end segment. But, it is definitely a great device who are going to use a smartphone for the first time, or have very basic needs, like calling and texting.


Saying anything about the camera for such a low priced smartphone would just be nit-picking. As anyone would expect, the 5 MP camera on the device performs well in the good lighting conditions, especially under bright daylight, and performs not so well while taking night shots. The aperture of f/2.2 didn’t help either, and the device continued to produce okayish shots. Its front facing camera too performed like its rear partner, and there is nothing extraordinary to talk about.InFocus Bingo 10


The specs sheet of the device says that it has 2000 mAh of battery, which would seem ample at first glance, considering the not-so-high-resolution screen, and the processor, but this isn’t the case with the device. InFocus Bingo 10 literally struggles to last for a full day even on moderate usage. You will be forced to carry a powerbank or its adapter along if you have heavy usage.

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Overall, the smartphone will just fulfil your basic needs and expecting anything more than that would only lead to disappointment. If you are going to use the device just for calling and messaging at most, then InFocus Bingo 10 is the right device for you, and for a price of Rs. 4,299, it becomes even more tempting.

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