Leagoo is a fairly new brand, born in April 2014, but the team behind Leagoo, OTEDA Group Holding Limited, began and have been involved with technology and mobile communications since 2003.

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OTEDA seems like a serious company, and through Leagoo, they’ve released 12 very nice looking, mostly slick and slim phones.  Their phones are very simply named, starting with Lead or Elite, followed by a number and sometimes followed by a number and a letter, eg Leagoo Elite 1, which is the phone we’ll be having a look at today.

Leagoo Elite 1 specifications

  • SoC: MTK6753
  • CPU: 64-bit 8-core@1.3GHz
  • RAM: 3GB
  • ROM storage: 32GB
  • OS: Android 5.1
  • Rear camera: Sony IMX214 13MP (interpolation to 16MP)
  • Front camera: 8MP (interpolation to 13MP)
  • Display: OGS 5.0″@1080P (441ppi) JDI PixelEyes
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz
  • Protection: Gorilla Glass 3
  • Dimensions: 143.8*69.5*7.5mm (L×W×H)
  • Weight: 136G
  • Battery: 2400mAh
  • Dual-SIM: Yes (or Single-SIM + TF SD card)
  • Additional: Fingerprint security, HotKnot, Programmable physical button

With a lot of big phones coming out, it’s good to see at least several brands releasing thin, light, 5.0″ models. The camera is the solid Sony IMX214.

The display is the very good JDI Pixel Eyes tech FHD display. JDI stands for Japan Display Inc. They’re a very well respected display manufacturer and it’s good to see Leagoo using it here.

The programmable physical button gives an extra button which can be mapped to any app you choose, for example opening rear camera, opening the front camera, browser, etc…

Leagoo Elite 1@www.everbuying.net

We also see it’s got a huge 3GB RAM and very big 32GB storage. This is a nice change of pace in comparison to the 16GB coming in most phones these days. It’s also very well priced given the specs.

N/C/S Americas will need to give the Leagoo Elite 1 a pass, but if you’re in Asia, UK or Europe and in the market for a slim, light mobile, the Leagoo Elite 1 can be given a hard look.

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Leagoo is a fairly new brand, born in April 2014, but the team behind Leagoo, OTEDA Group Holding Limited, began and have been involved with technology and mobile communications since 2003. OTEDA seems like a serious company, and through Leagoo, they've released 12 very nice looking, mostly slick and slim...
Leagoo is a fairly new brand, born in April 2014, but the team behind Leagoo, OTEDA Group Holding Limited, began and have been involved with technology and mobile communications since 2003.<span id="more-8542"></span> <img class="size-full wp-image-8552 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/leagoo-elite-1-review-2015-39.jpg" alt="leagoo-elite-1-review-2015-39" width="650" height="328" /> OTEDA seems like a serious company, and through Leagoo, they've released 12 very nice looking, mostly slick and slim phones. <strong> </strong>Their phones are very simply named, starting with Lead or Elite, followed by a number and sometimes followed by a number and a letter, eg Leagoo Elite 1, which is the phone we'll be having a look at today. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Leagoo Elite 1 specifications</strong></span> <ul> <li>SoC: MTK6753</li> <li>CPU: 64-bit 8-core@1.3GHz</li> <li>RAM: 3GB</li> <li>ROM storage: 32GB</li> <li>OS: Android 5.1</li> <li>Rear camera: Sony IMX214 13MP (interpolation to 16MP)</li> <li>Front camera: 8MP (interpolation to 13MP)</li> <li>Display: OGS 5.0"@1080P (441ppi) JDI PixelEyes</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz</li> <li>4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz</li> <li>Protection: Gorilla Glass 3</li> <li>Dimensions: 143.8*69.5*7.5mm (L×W×H)</li> <li>Weight: 136G</li> <li>Battery: 2400mAh</li> <li>Dual-SIM: Yes (or Single-SIM + TF SD card)</li> <li>Additional: Fingerprint security, HotKnot, Programmable physical button</li> </ul> With a lot of big phones coming out, it's good to see at least several brands releasing thin, light, 5.0" models. The camera is the solid Sony IMX214. The display is the very good JDI Pixel Eyes tech FHD display. JDI stands for Japan Display Inc. They're a very well respected display manufacturer and it's good to see Leagoo using it here. The programmable physical button gives an extra button which can be mapped to any app you choose, for example opening rear camera, opening the front camera, browser, etc... <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product1081013.html" target="_blank">Leagoo Elite 1@www.everbuying.net</a></h5> We also see it's got a huge 3GB RAM and very big 32GB storage. This is a nice change of pace in comparison to the 16GB coming in most phones these days. It's also very well priced given the specs. N/C/S Americas will need to give the Leagoo Elite 1 a pass, but if you're in Asia, UK or Europe and in the market for a slim, light mobile, the Leagoo Elite 1 can be given a hard look.



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