InFocus Bingo 50 launched in India with 3GB of RAM and Android 6.0 Marshmallow, priced at Rs. 7,499

By March 15th, 2016 AT 6:06 PM

InFocus has introduced a budget smartphone in the market. Perhaps, this could be the cheapest Android 6.0 Marshmallow smartphone currently available on the market. Dubbed as Bingo 50, this 4G smartphone is available exclusively on Snapdeal for a price tag Rs. 7,499. As a launch offer, the first 1000 buyers will get a free ROCK Selfie Stick worth Rs. 1,000.

InFocus Bingo 50

On the specification front, the device comes with a 5-inch display and is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735 processor coupled with 3GB RAM. The internal storage of the phone comes around 16 GB, which is expandable up to 64 GB via a microSD card. It has an 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash along with an 8-megapixel auto focus front-facing camera. It also has dual SIM support. A 2500mAh battery completes the package. It is a dual-SIM smartphone, which runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow with InLife UI 2.0 skinned on top. In terms of connectivity, the device supports  4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Micro-USB.

Commenting on the launch, Sachin Thapar, Country Head, InFocus India, said“At InFocus, we look at smartphone not just as a piece of technology, but a ubiquitous device for self-expression as you carry it wherever you go. Today, most of the smartphones in the market focus on the rear camera and ignore the selfie camera experience; whereas, for the young smartphone user, 8 out of 10 photos in their phone gallery are clicked from the front camera. Taking a cue from this trend, Bingo 50 comes with 8 MP front as well as a rear camera with Auto Focus, for a selfie experience that no other smartphone can offer at this price point. Moreover, with the classy Sandstone finish and 3GB of RAM, Bingo 50 makes a statement right out of the box,”

The phone is available in Sandstone Gray and Leather Black color variants. The customers can buy the phone from March 20, starting at 1 PM.

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Rahul Yadav
Rahul Yadav

Main Problem with Infocus Phones most of them support only One LTE Band. Check it Before buying.


@ Rahul Yadav

Please help me with below information

1) Which band does Airtel providing 4g services
2) Which band Jio Providing 4g services
3) Where we can check in this Phone the band Supported in this handset .

Rahul Yadav
Rahul Yadav

1) For Airtel 4G: Band 3(1800 MHz) and Band 40(2300 MHz)

2)For Jio 4G: Band 5(850 MHz), Band 3(1800 MHz) and Band 40(2300 MHz)

3)Best option check on Phone Manufacturers Indian Region Website because 4G(LTE)Band vary from country to country. If you not found there you can also check on for more details.


Word on VoLTE? And what LTE bands does it supports?

Jyotirmoy Manna
Jyotirmoy Manna

They are not worried about LTE bands.

Rahul Yadav
Rahul Yadav

Not Much detail available for this model. But there previous phones generally support only Band 40(2300 MHz).

Aditya Mishra
Aditya Mishra

So if band 40 is supported then , AIRTEL & JiO both will support ?

Rahul Yadav
Rahul Yadav

Yeah Airte & Jio both will support. But it would bad decision to buy a phone which support only one band. You not able to use Idea & vodafone 4G which work on Band 3(1800 MHz) and bsnl 4G which work on Band 41(2500 MHz)

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