Huawei P20 Pro is a one of a kind smartphone with a triple-camera setup. Barely a month since launch, there’s already a clone that’s made by smartphone maker LEAGOO. What’s more interesting is that it even comes in “Twilight”.
I think the best way to describe the iPhone X‘s design is that it’s a very “in your face” smartphone. It’s unapologetic about its notch, weighty with the stainless steel band and head-turning with its minimal bezels. But the end result pays off because when someone sees an iPhone X, there’s absolutely no mistaking it for any other smartphone.
That is, until now. Now people might mistake that RM5,000 smartphone in your pocket as a Leagoo S9.
This isn’t a joke. LEAGOO has just announced their first 18:9 smartphone and it looks like a rip off of the Galaxy S8. If it isn’t obvious enough, the new device is called the KIICAA S8 and apparently it’s also the first to feature MediaTek’s MT6763 processor.
LEAGOO has just announced a new budget smartphone that’s targeted for the selfie-centric crowd. Dubbed as the “best selfie partner”, the T1 Plus features 13MP cameras with flash illumination on both sides.
LEAGOO’s stylin’ budget smartphone, the LEAGOO T1 is finally here.
Worried about running out of battery before the day is over? Well, LEAGOO is here to put those worries to bed with their new Shark 1 flagship smartphone that packs a massive battery and quick-charge technology.
UPDATE: We have a new comparison for smartphones under RM600. Check it out here.
Getting a smartphone is usually a big decision. Unless money isn’t an object to you, this process will likely take a lot of notepad-pros-and-cons, weighing the features you need, the features you want and what you’re willing to spend on a smartphone before deciding.
That can be a lot of hard work, so we thought we’d do most of the hard work for you and list down some of the best smartphones under RM1,000 that you can buy officially in Malaysia.
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LEAGOO Malaysia has announced its Alfa 2 smartphone. A sub-RM500 smartphone that’s big on selfie and it comes with a unique touchpad at the back. Even with its entry-level price tag, it gets some uprated refinements including a smooth 2.5D glass at the front.
New comer LEAGOO is trying to make its presence felt in Malaysia with the announcement of the Elite 1. This is their current flagship offering that comes in a compact 5″ size surrounded with a premium feeling stainless steel frame. Priced at RM999, it sounds quite affordable by flagship standards.