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.leagoo-lead-7-review-134

Leagoo Lead 7@www.everbuying.net

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 Lead 7, which is the phone we’ll be having a look at today.

Leagoo Lead 7 review specs

  • SoC: MTK6582
  • CPU: 4-core Cortex-A7@1.3GHz
  • GPU: Mali-400@500MHz
  • OS: Android 4.4
  • RAM: 1GB
  • ROM: 8GB
  • TF SD expandable: Yes
  • Display: 5.0″@720P IPS JDI
  • Battery: 4500mAh removable
  • Dual-SIM: Yes
  • OTG: Yes
  • Camera rear: 13MP
  • Camera front: 8MP
  • Accessories included: OTG adapter, USB cable, headphones, AC adapter
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 850/1900/2100MHz

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It’s been awhile since we’ve previewed a MT6582 mobile, but Leagoo makes a strong case for this SoC in the Leagoo Lead 7.

First thing we notice is the huge, removable 4500mAh battery. On a 5.0″@720P display, this should give about 12 hours onscreen time. Excellent that it’s removable as well; easy to replace, and if you have a charged spare, can battery swap or give yourself 24 hours onscreen time with 2x full batteries.

Notably, Leagoo is using a JDI display. This is a Japanese owned corporation and their displays are generally great looking. I also like that the phone is 5.0″ as opposed to 5.5″ and is 720P, which means significantly longer battery life.

 

 

Included in the mix is 850/1900 WCDMA which makes the Leagoo Lead 7 a viable choice for N/C/S Americans, as well as Asia and most of the Europe and UK.

In stark contrast to some China mobile brands, Leagoo isn’t being Chincy. They’re including headphones and an OTG adapter in the package. This costs them perhaps a buck or two per unit, but really creates a sense of value to the end user and makes the package feel complete.

On top of what’s already been mentioned, the Leagoo Lead 7 can be used as a powerbank, is Dual-SIM, and TF SD expandible.

Leagoo Lead 7@www.everbuying.net

With an amazing price and an experienced team behind it, the Leagoo Lead 7 is a strong contender for the shortlist for those looking for a big-batteried budget phone.

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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. Leagoo Lead 7@www.everbuying.net OTEDA seems like a serious company, and through Leagoo, they’ve released 12 very nice looking, mostly slick...
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-8941"></span><img class="size-full wp-image-8956 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/leagoo-lead-7-review-134.jpg" alt="leagoo-lead-7-review-134" width="418" height="224" /> <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product754662.html" target="_blank">Leagoo Lead 7@www.everbuying.net</a></h5> 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 Lead 7, which is the phone we’ll be having a look at today. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Leagoo Lead 7 review specs</span></strong> <ul> <li>SoC: MTK6582</li> <li>CPU: 4-core Cortex-A7@1.3GHz</li> <li>GPU: Mali-400@500MHz</li> <li>OS: Android 4.4</li> <li>RAM: 1GB</li> <li>ROM: 8GB</li> <li>TF SD expandable: Yes</li> <li>Display: 5.0"@720P IPS JDI</li> <li>Battery: 4500mAh removable</li> <li>Dual-SIM: Yes</li> <li>OTG: Yes</li> <li>Camera rear: 13MP</li> <li>Camera front: 8MP</li> <li>Accessories included: OTG adapter, USB cable, headphones, AC adapter</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 850/1900/2100MHz</li> </ul> <img class="size-full wp-image-8951 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/leagoo-lead-7-review-139.jpg" alt="leagoo-lead-7-review-139" width="465" height="386" /> It's been awhile since we've previewed a MT6582 mobile, but Leagoo makes a strong case for this SoC in the Leagoo Lead 7. First thing we notice is the huge, removable 4500mAh battery. On a 5.0"@720P display, this should give about 12 hours onscreen time. Excellent that it's removable as well; easy to replace, and if you have a charged spare, can battery swap or give yourself 24 hours onscreen time with 2x full batteries. Notably, Leagoo is using a JDI display. This is a Japanese owned corporation and their displays are generally great looking. I also like that the phone is 5.0" as opposed to 5.5" and is 720P, which means significantly longer battery life.     Included in the mix is 850/1900 WCDMA which makes the Leagoo Lead 7 a viable choice for N/C/S Americans, as well as Asia and most of the Europe and UK. In stark contrast to some China mobile brands, Leagoo isn't being Chincy. They're including headphones and an OTG adapter in the package. This costs them perhaps a buck or two per unit, but really creates a sense of value to the end user and makes the package feel complete. On top of what's already been mentioned, the Leagoo Lead 7 can be used as a powerbank, is Dual-SIM, and TF SD expandible. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product754662.html" target="_blank">Leagoo Lead 7@www.everbuying.net</a></h5> With an amazing price and an experienced team behind it, the Leagoo Lead 7 is a strong contender for the shortlist for those looking for a big-batteried budget phone.



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