InFocus Turbo 5 Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 6999

Key Specs

    5.20-inch (720x1280 pixels) Display, 1.3GHz quad-core CPU, 5 MP front and 13 MP rear camera, 2 GB RAM, Android 7.0, 16 GB ROM, 5000 mAh battery

Pros: Massive battery with reverse charging, build quality, decent camera, and screen

Cons: Low light images come with noise

Bottomline: With the massive battery, the phone can last for more than two days, which can be beneficial for most of the users who always on the rush. But only battery can't make sense, with a decent screen, and camera, it is one of the standard devices. If your budget is tight then it's fine device to consider, else better to spend 1k more to get 3 GB variant of the same, which can be better in performance.

Recently InFocus announced its new smartphone Turbo 5 in the budget category. The phone packs a massive 5000mAh battery which is its biggest highlight, more over it lets you charge other devices.

Design and Build

At the first look, the device mimics many phones but the 2.5D curved glass on the front with the rounded corners enhance its beauty. The faux metal finish on the back, give it a solid feel. The 5.2-inch screen phone is only 8.95mm thick and has 164g weight. The power and volume buttons are on the right while the 3.5mm audio socket and charging port are on the top and bottom respectively.

The screen has quite narrow bezels, However, there are thick bezels above and below the display. The phone fits comfortably even in single hand. The standard capacitive navigation buttons are placed right below the screen.


Bright and vivid display

Turbo 5 comes with 5.2-inch (720x1280p) display that produces good colors. The front is completely covered with the glass which is prone to smudges, but thankfully not to scratches. You can enjoy movies, videos, and games on it. The viewing angles are wide so you can easily share the screen with your friends and family.



InFocus Turbo 5 is equipped with 13 MP camera at the back which is capable of clicked decent shots in the daytime with a good amount of details. The low light shots come out with the lack of sharpness and I also noticed the noise. In daylight conditions, autofocus works well while in low light I struggled a bit.

Turbo 5 has 5 MP camera at the front to shoot selfies and groufies. The front camera did really well also its screen can be turned in to flash to click selfies in the dark.



Backed by 2 GB RAM, Turbo 5 is capable of handling day-to-day tasks easily. You can do multitasking as well, but high graphics intensive games can trouble you. As it is a budget phone, though we don’t expect it to handle high-graphics intensive apps, still it performed well. I notice a bit lag while switching between them, otherwise, I didn’t see any major performance issue while playing games.



The main highlight of the phone is 5000 mAh battery. The massive battery can last for more than 2 days with moderate usage when playing games and watching videos etc. In our video loop test, it lasted for more than 12 hours, when watching the video over WiFi with full volume and brightness. Also, it supports reverse charging, meaning you can share your juice with other devices, that can be handy in emergency situations.

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