Turbo 5 is a budget smartphone from Infocus that targets the entry-level and low-budget Android market segment. Infocus originally is a leading innovator in display and projection technologies. The company specializes in the production of low-priced phones at affordable price range. Its latest smartphone, Turbo 5 which was released in the month June 2017 host lots of power-packed features at such an affordable price. The phone stands outstanding compared to other phones in the similar price range as for the first time that a budgeted phone is offering metallic panel with a fingerprint sensor. This has widened the scope of the success of the phone. Infocus has been struggling to capture the smartphone market, and with the launch of Turbo 5, the company will get into the limelight too.
Let us know what more exciting features that the Infocus has embedded in this smartphone
Turbo 5 comes with a touch screen of 5.2 inches that offers HD IPS display of 720*1280 pixels. The display comes with good viewing angles and hence appropriate for browsing web, playing games, watching videos, etc. The overall dimensions of the phone are 6.1 x 2.9 x 0.2 inches, and it weighs 163 grams only. The screen to body percentage is 62% which is also wide enough for the user to access.
The phone sports a metal body on the rear side along with a fingerprint scanner. Infocus claims that the fingerprint scanner which is embedded on the back side can unlock the phone in less than a second. Moreover, by using the scanner, you can quickly turn on the flash as well as click selfies too. Getting a scanner with so many features is an added advantage to the user. The phone is available in two colors Mocha Gold and Pure Gold.
Infocus has not compromised on the performance of the phone. The Turbo 5 runs on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat so the user doesn’t need to ask for upgradation. The phone is powered by a quad core processor which is clocked at 1.3GHz. It is also backed by 2GB of RAM. This enables the phone to perform multitasking with ease.
The phone gives the option to carry dual SIM which is of nano size. By using one of the SIM slots, you can expand the internal memory too. The default internal memory of the phone is 16GB, and its expandable limit is 32 GB. Both the slots are activated to support 4G network bands.
Even at such a low price, Infocus Turbo 5 is offering 13 megapixels primary camera on the rear side which is accompanied with LED flash to enable photography even in dark environments. The rear camera can also record videos at 720p/frames. On the front side, you will have a 5 megapixels selfie shooter and will also aid video calling. As mentioned already, the flash, as well as selfie camera, can be operated quickly using the fingerprint scanner. It’s been noticed that only phones of medium price range provide 13 megapixels of a rear camera. But Infocus has again done its best efforts not to disappoint the users by providing the feature enriched camera at such a low price.
Another impressive feature of Turbo 5 is its high volume battery capacity. Infocus has crossed all its limits to ensure best performing device at a low price. The battery that the smartphone hosts is of 5000 mAh non-removable Li-Ion type. The company claims that the battery would last for two days at moderate usage on a single charge. The battery supports 23 hours of video calling, 34 hours of talktime on 3G networks, and 50 hours of music play. Another surprising feature is that the battery supports reverse charging. Any other device can be connected to this battery to recharge. Thus it also acts as a power bank to the user.
The connective options of Infocus Turbo 5 include 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Wifi, Hotspot, Micro USB V2.0 port, Voice over LTE, Dual SIM, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, etc. Among the sensors, it supports the Proximity sensor, Accelerometer sensor, Ambient light sensor and Fingerprint sensor.
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