4500mAh Leagoo Lead 7 down to just $85.99 for a limited time


Leagoo isn’t the most talked about manufacturer here at GizChina. The Lead 7 from the company has been around for a while, but it has certainly never been as affordable.

For a limited time, the Leagoo Lead 7 will be available for purchase at US$85.99. The sale starts 8am GMT on August 20th, and the phone will be on sale via Everbuying.

The specifications of the Lead 7 aren’t overwhelming in any way, but the battery — 4500mAh in capacity — is something that you don’t see on a lot of phones under the US$150 range.

Leagoo Lead 7 2

With that, you get a 5-inch 1280 x 720p display, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor (MediaTek MT6582), a gig of RAM, 8 gigs of storage, a 13 mega-pixel main camera and an 8 mega-pixel front facing camera. The phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat, which is a bit of a shame; but it is clear by now that if you do purchase the phone, it will be for the 4500mAh battery.

According to Leagoo, the phone supports ‘superfast’ charging which allows the phone to charge from 0-80% in just one hour. Also, the battery stats that the company claims are as follows: 23 hours talk time, 450 hours standby, up to 30 hours music and 16 hours video playback.

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20 Comments

  1. Nederlandertje
    August 19, 2015

    I bought one for my mother. Battery is good. camera could be better, but you’ll get a lot of Chinese useless crap.

    • tako
      August 19, 2015

      does it have a real 4500 mah battery?

      • Ioan Viorel Dragoslav
        August 19, 2015

        Mine acts as it would be a approximately 1500 mAh accumulator… I mean it’s obvious when it lasts for less than 24 houres not playing any games or so!.. I hope this item alone is faulty!?..! I compare with the 3450 mAh of a P7000 that lastst up to five days at the same working effort. 😉

    • Italo Loureiro
      August 19, 2015

      I’m interested in long lasting battery for my mother as well. Any opinions on random lockups, messaging apps, browsing? And battery, of course.

      Thanks!

      • MexiDroid
        August 20, 2015

        Bluboo x550
        In a review is capable of run asphalt on medium quality so its a good phone.

  2. Guest
    August 19, 2015

    I bought one for my mother. Battery is good. camera could be better, but you’ll get a lot of Chinese useless crap.

    • tako
      August 19, 2015

      does it have a real 4500 mah battery?

    • Italo Loureiro
      August 19, 2015

      I’m interested in long lasting battery for my mother as well. Any opinions on random lockups, messaging apps, browsing? And battery, of course.

      Thanks!

    • Ioan Viorel Dragoslav
      August 19, 2015

      Mine acts as it would be a approximately 1500 mAh accumulator… I mean it’s obvious when it lasts for less than 24 houres not playing any games or so!.. I hope this item alone is faulty!?..! I compare with the 3450 mAh of a P7000 that lastst up to five days at the same working effort. 😉

    • MexiDroid
      August 20, 2015

      Bluboo x550
      In a review is capable of run asphalt on medium quality so its a good phone.

  3. amir
    August 19, 2015

    gps is good ?

  4. Guest
    August 19, 2015

    gps is good ?

  5. Sorin Balan
    August 19, 2015

    I bought it for 80.30 € at the beginning of the year from igogo. ?
    I don’t think the battery is real but I rarely got less than 7 hours SOT.
    GPS is bad, audio quality and cameras are below average and the build quality is pretty good for the price.
    Unfortunately I sold it to get a Kingzone Z1 witch turned out to be the worst experience I had with a Chinese phone.

  6. Sorin Balan
    August 19, 2015

    I bought it for 80.30 € at the beginning of the year from igogo. 😃
    I don’t think the battery is real but I rarely got less than 7 hours SOT.
    GPS is bad, audio quality and cameras are below average and the build quality is pretty good for the price.
    Unfortunately I sold it to get a Kingzone Z1 witch turned out to be the worst experience I had with a Chinese phone.

  7. Eric
    August 20, 2015

    People who post their personal experience with the device actually in use – You da real MVP!

  8. batman
    August 20, 2015

    Why do you print here that it will be for sale today for $85.99 when the price they are selling it for is for $114.79?????? Really that’s quite a difference.

  9. Eric
    August 20, 2015

    People who post their personal experience with the device actually in use – You da real MVP!

  10. Guest
    August 20, 2015

    Why do you print here that it will be for sale today for $85.99 when the price they are selling it for is for $114.79?????? Really that’s quite a difference.

  11. Steven Fox
    August 23, 2015

    Never buy Leagoo, ordered two for customers, one of them fell apart by itself and the other`s glue melted within a month and had to re-glue it with a proper glue. Died 6 months later from nothing, was never even dropped!

  12. Steven Fox
    August 23, 2015

    Never buy Leagoo, ordered two for customers, one of them fell apart by itself and the other`s glue melted within a month and had to re-glue it with a proper glue. Died 6 months later from nothing, was never even dropped!