InFocus Unveils Camera-Centric BINGO 50 smartphone in India

By: GizBot Bureau

    US-based tech giant InFocus on Tuesday added another high-performance yet low-cost device BINGO 50 -- a "selfie adventure" smartphone -- to its portfolio. Available for Rs.7,499 exclusively on Snapdeal, InFocus Bingo 50 is a delight for selfie lovers as they can capture their best side with the 8-megapixel front camera.

    InFocus Unveils Camera-Centric BINGO 50 smartphone in India

    The front camera uses Samsung S5K3H7 camera module that offers back-side illumination for better low-light performance. The primary 8-megapixel camera has an aperture of f2/2, auto focus and LED Flash.

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    "Today, most of the smartphones in the market focus on the rear camera and ignore the selfie camera experience. Bingo 50 comes with 8-megapixel front as well as rear camera with auto focus for a selfie experience that no other smartphone can offer at this price point," said Sachin Thapar, country head, InFocus India, in a statement.

    Available in Sandstone Gray and Leather Black variant, the device is equipped with a 5-inch HD display, the InFocus Bingo 50 delivers a vivid viewing experience and has a 3GB RAM for an exceptional fast performance.

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    InFocus Bingo 50 further comes with 16GB of in built storage which supports 4G connectivity along with a dual-SIM slot and SD Card support upto 64 GB and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The registration for the device starts from March 15 while the sale will begin from March 21. The first 1,000 buyers of Bingo 50 will get a free ROCK Selfie Stick.

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