InFocus Snap4 is India's' first smartphone to sport 4 cameras whereas the Turbo 5Plus features a dual rear camera setup, both these devices are targeted to millennials.
Turbo 5 Plus features 13 MP, Auto Focus and with 5 MP rear facing camera with dual LED flash light, digital zoom and 5 MP front facing camera. Also, the company claims that the snap 4 can capture low light photos with less noise while on the other hand Turbo 5 plus can give you long lasting battery with a good camera.
Powered by MediaTekMT6750N, 1.5 GHz OctacoreCortex-A53 processor and the Android Nougat operating system, the smartphone sports a 5.2 inch 2.5D curved display, HD on-cell IPS screen. It comes with 32GB inbuilt storage which can be expanded upto 64GB using MicroSD Card. The rear dual camera setup combines a 13MP sensor and an 8MP wide-angle sensor. The MediaTekMT6750, 1.5GhzOctacoreCortex-A53 processor powers the device. As per the reports, the company is now looking for the best battery and camera features and that's why they are back in the market. The Turbo 5 Plus is priced at Rs. 8,999 and is also exclusively available on Amazon India. The smartphone is powered by 4850mAh battery that can last up to 34 days of standby time.
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InFocus Turbo 5 Plus runs on Android 7 Nougat with a layer of InLife 2 UI.
The Turbo 5 Plus flaunts a 5.5-inch HD display with a resolution of 720*1280 pixels. There is a 13MP primary sensor paired to a 5MP secondary sensor.
Both devices feature highly responsive multitasking fingerprint scanner. While the fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear of the Snap 4, it comes integrated with the front facing physical home button on the Turbo 5 Plus.