Do you own a smartphone? Well, sure you do. This is how the world is now. Mobile devices are no longer the privileges only riches could have once. These have become necessity. And why won’t they be? They are cheaper, better and most essential option for human beings to connect with other people. The smartphone industry has exponentially grown to almost at the verge of its reach. The smartphone market, once the most profitable one, has now become the battlefield for innovators, industrialists and companies. The focus no longer lies just upon producing a smartphone that is feature packed and all. The shift to a new kind of competitiveness is noticeable. Now is no longer the day when one or two companies owned the smartphone market. This is the time when even the largest of the companies are forced to deliver, lower prices and compete. Every brand is trying to step up and do better than anything done before by packing strong features into every new smartphone they release. The companies are trying to win you over with the mind-blowing specs which are still rare for a standard range of PCs & Computers. RAMs are being counted in multiples of 2GB – like 4, 6 and even 8GB devices are available in the market. Newer mobile CPUs & GPUs are being invented to featured pack all the entertainment to a small device. Cameras are getting better day by day. 4G VoLTE compatibility is required and so are the larger batteries. In short, the smartphones are replacing the computers and cameras by every passing day. In between these, companies are trying to deliver their best knowing what is at risk here – the whole existence.
Premier American smartphone company InFocus has also launched their piece of cake, Turbo 5, a brand new smartphone that is advertised to be for both – the specs hungry and the money savers.
Backed by Foxconn, the makers of world’s best smartphones’ hardware, InFocus Turbo 5 is the finest of all battery smartphones in the market. It features an enormous battery of 5000 mAh, sporting days of power supply and nearly a day of continuous entertainment and calling. This is not it, this huge battery is of greater use and can also be used to charge up other smartphones as well. InFocus Turbo 5 works as a power bank for those in need.
Featuring 5.2 inch curved display, Turbo 5 is powered by MediaTek Quadcore processor and comes into two variants, one with 2GB RAM & 16GB ROM and the other with 3GB RAM & 32GB ROM. An enhanced fingerprint sensor enables an extra layer of security and added functionalities. Both the variants of device will have 13MP+5MP Cameras, usual 4G with VoLTE connectivity options, dual SIM and will run on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Turbo 5 was planned to be launched on Wednesday 28th June 2017, but its 2GB+16GB Mocha Gold variant got listed a day ahead of schedule on Amazon.in, leaking most of the specifications except the price. Due to the competitive nature of the market, the products are expected to be priced below 10,000 rupees in India and with such specifications and low price, InFocus Turbo 5 seems a solid buy.