64bit Landvo L600s looks like a Huawei Ascend Mate 7

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After releasing a OnePlus One clone, Landvo have taken a shine to the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and released the 64bit Landvo L600S.

If you are interesting in taking a leap in to the 64bit landscape and benefit from faster LTE support then the Landvo L600S should be on your list to check out.

Although the phone only as 1GB RAM (every phone should have at least 2GB RAM in this day and age) the design, size and spec of the L600S is quite appealing.

Landvo have taken the attractive design of the Mate 7 and shrunk it down to an easier to handle 5-inch form factor, in a phone that measures 8.4mm with 2500mAh battery.

One of the new Mediatek 64bit processors runs in the background at 1.3Ghz, and with just a 720p display, battery life should be pretty good. Dual sim support and the ability to run on GSM, 3G and LTE (FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600) are all covered.

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According to the official specifications of the phone, Android 4.4.2 comes as standard but an Android 5.0 update is heading to the device later in the year.

What the specs don’t tell us is if the rear of the phone has a fingerprint scanner as it appears it does on the rear? Also we hope that the silver or grey phone will also have a 2GB RAM option in the future too.

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  1. Ben Liu
    December 22, 2014

    “Looks like Huawei…..” Which in turn looks remarkably like… an HTC One series..

    Chinese Manufacturers need to stop copying each other and come up with some new designs like UMI. Would have thought that they would be a little more original now but really disappointing to find this even from Tier 1 brands like Huawei and Lenovo (iPhone looks).

  2. Micah Tyler
    December 23, 2014

    Look at the screen of the phone. What is purpose of the hard buttons on the phone and on screen buttons to do the same thing. They are rushing to much to get this phone out with out setting up the build.prop properly.

  3. Thom
    March 13, 2015

    Looks pretty good