The recent global phone market has witnessed many new phones with different brands entering the booming but competitive marketplace. But most smartphones are extraordinarily similar in design, specs and user experience, especially for mid-range smartphones (Octa-core SoC + 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM).
LEAGOO, as a global leading export brand, has recently launched its latest mid-range killer – LEAGOO T5c, planning to release the full potential of mid-range handsets to the fullest. What distinguishes LEAGOO T5c from other mid-range smartphones is that T5c features high-end specs and craftsmanship on its mid-range devices.
LEAGOO T5c is the world’s first smartphone to be equipped with SC9853I SoC. Based on Intel’s 14nm FinFET process technology, SC9853I features 1.8GHz 64-bit octa-core Intel Airmont microarchitecture, which enables it to offer a high-performance mobile computing ability coupled with ultra-low power.
As a mid-range handset, T5c’s appearance is conventional but has many surprising features only seen on high-end or even flagship devices such as premium metal uni-body, 0.1s unlock front fingerprint ID and HD rear dual camera, etc. What’s more, T5c sports a front beauty softlight LED for its selfie camera, offering more bright and natural selfie pictures for its users.
LEAGOO T5c Unboxing Video
Recently, LEAGOO has published an official un-boxing video footage as below, let’s take a closer look at it:
LEAGOO T5c Specifications:
- 14nm Intel x86 Airmont SoC (SC9853I)
- 5.5 inch SHARP FHD IPS display
- SAMSUNG 13.0MP + OV 2.0MP / rear dual camera
- LG 3000mAh battery with 5V2A quick charge
- 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM
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