InFocus New Addition to Android Family: InFocus Turbo 5
InFocus Turbo 5 is the latest android in InFocus smartphone family. American company InFocus has not made a big business stream in India till yet. The previously launched Epic 1 was attracts a good heat but not enough to beat the competition. Namely Coolpad Note 5. The 10x cores of smartphone was the previous big picture. Now, they come up with 5000 mAh battery. It sounds odd but Infocus have some big hopes with their once a year smartphone.
So, what’s new in the plate apart from its battery? The – no – earphone. If you’d opened the package and not find the earpiece don’t get mad at Amazon. Their is no earphone in the package.
InFocus might trying Xiaomi approach to get more attention. Even though their earphone are pretty comfortable for leisure. Unlike Lava, quality is too good too. But, whatever reason they had they are not giving any earphone in the package.
Now, let’s talk about the game changer here. InFocus launch smartphones like Amir Khan release movies. Once a Year ! Now, their new game changer is in account for very high mAh battery. How much your phone goes with 5000 mAh battery? Is that crossed 3 days? Its a question for you because I have not tried it yet. And if you’re serious then try to crush it with my Extreme Battery Torture Test and let me know the result.
Its time for you to first go through with detailed Infocus Turbo 5 specifications and then review.
InFocus Turbo 5 Technical Specs
|Display||5.2 inch HD IPS display, 80 degree viewing angles, with On-Cell Technology|
|Android Version||Android Nougat v7.0 inLife UI|
|Processor||64bit 1.2GHz MediaTek MTK 6737 quad core processor|
|Memory||3GB RAM 32GB internal,
2GB RAM 16GB internal
|Camera||13MP rear camera, 2.20 aperture & AF
5MP front selfie camera
|Video Recording||Primary camera - HD video rec at 30fps
Front camera - 640x480
|Connectivity||4G VOLTE, bluetooth 4.0. wifi direct, and wifi display|
|Battery||5000 mAh Li-ion battery|
Display – 5.2 inch HD IPS display with 80 degree viewing angles. It has color depth of 700 min and density of 282 dpi. Their touch is powered with On-Cell Technology which takes less power consumption of 40 mA.
Android Version – Trubo 5 packed with the latest version of Android Nougat v7.0. Over it you will be using InLife UI.
Processor & GPU – 64bit 1.2GHz MediaTek MTK 6737 quad core processor with ARM9 GPU will lead the command. MTK 6737 is a general purpose so don’t expect utter performance in heavy gaming.
Memory – The two different variants differs in memory only. InFocus turbo 5 3GB RAM variant has 32GB internal memory. The other covers 16GB internal memory and 2GB RAM.
Camera – On rear, your turbo 5 packs 13MP camera sensor with 2.20 aperture and AF. Camera features – Digital zoom, 4224×3136 resolution, HD video rec at 30fps, white balance support, and 1.18s shutter speed.
On front, turbo 5 has 5MP camera. Camera features – 2592×1944 resolution capture, digital zoom, and video recording at 640*480 resolution.
Connectivity – MTK 6737 is a IMS (IP Multimedia subsystem) enabled processor. It supports 4G VOLTE, bluetooth 4.0. wifi direct, and wifi display. You can insert 1x nano sim or memory card and 1x micro sim in its hybrid sim slot.
Battery – That’s what makes this phone most anticipated. It has 5000 mAh lithium battery which provide min 4850 mAh usage. DRN+ Croslight is its battery supplier. Your MTK 6737 is a power efficient processor so I hope a better battery life with this phone. But, more than 2 day can be possibly possible? Let me know if you’ve made it.
Also, InFocus highlighted the reverse charging features which your turbo 5 can do. All you need OTG and use your device as host.
InFocus Turbo 5 Looks
Did you noticed why I mentioned Coolpad Note 5 in first para? Well let me tell you why. Turbo 5 resembles Coolpad Note 5 in design and Xperia XA ultra too in closer look. But unlike them it is not heavy. It has plastic unibody which seems to be metal. 2.5D curved borders with thick black bezel. Left to right edge to edge wide angle display is what made it looks like Xperia XA ultra.
Unlike Vivo/Oppo/Epic 1 and akin to Lenovo it has speaker grill on rear. A bit of every phone is what makes it special. And their are too many reviews suggesting looks are awesome.
InFocus Turbo 5 Price in India
Thanks to InFocus, we have two variants of Turbo 5 and both are budget.
InFocus Turbo 5 32GB comes at the price of Rs.7999.
Infocus Turbo 5 16GB variant is available at Rs.6999.
Comparing both with their price aspect I suggest you to go with 32GB variant.
My InFocus Turbo 5 Review: Pro Opinion to Pro Smartphone
I have my hands on every InFocus smartphone. Till date I can say my two of the favorite InFocus devices are M535 and M680. Epic 1 is after them due to few reasons. M808 is least.
InFocus customised UI InLife UI is not a game changer like MIUI or vivo Funtouch OS. InLife is laggy and sluggish. The latest Life, no surprise brings anything better.
Talking about the camera, InFoucs premium phones lacks about capture time. Camera will be fine but not saying premium, can’t complain due to price segment.
Their are lot of reviews suggesting battery last for 2 days. 2 Days? My 2500 mAh perform 2 days with internet usage (vivo Y53). My tweaked 1300 mAh last a day without much internet usage. 2 days are not much.!
Looks, looks are goddamn good. But…
borders, why though? Borders looks unpaired with the phone overall looks. And it resembles Coolpad Note 5 a lot.
One thing I can’t complain about InFocus is their network strength. If ISIS uploads high quality video on youtube from den, then they might be using Epic 1. Epic 1 always has upright signal strength.
That’s my opinion guys. Let me know yours.! Comments are always welcomed.
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