7 reasons why you should choose LEAGOO T5c

Leagoo T5C

LEAGOO T5c is the world’s first smartphone equipped with Spreadtrum SC9853I SoC. SC9853I adopts the Intel 14nm X86 Airmont microarchitecture, which can greatly enhance SoC performance at an even lower power consumption, bringing the best balance between great performance and power efficiency.

1,  Intel X86 Airmont 14nm Foundry Platform

Powered by a 1.8GHz Octa-core 64-bit Intel Airmont architecture based processor – SC9853, T5c is able to offer a high-performance mobile computing ability coupled with ultra-low power. Built on Intel’s 14nm FinFET foundry platform, T5c’s processor can handle your daily tasks with ease and enjoy smooth performances, increasing operation speed by more than 25% compared to previous generation while reducing power consumption by 30%, helping you run apps and play games at your will.

SC9853 is 25%, 36% and 39% stronger than MTK6750 on single-core, multi-core and overall CPU performance.

2,  SPREADTRUM® latest exclusive DEPTH MAP technology

T5c’s dual camera features SPREADTRUM® latest exclusive DEPTH MAP technology, which emphasize enhancing dual-camera processing capability. With the Depth Map, the dual camera can get the clear image of foreground and background. And the system could recognize the foreground and background and system can select which need focus, thus bringing more accurate and natural bokeh effect. With groundbreaking image algorithm, both camera sensors have high sensitivity and high SNR, which enables T5c’s dual camera to take more stunning photos rich in color and details.

3,  Download Speed Comparison.

On three different occasions, Spreadtrum SC9853I’s performance is higher than MTK Helio P23, only slightly lower than Huawei Kirin 970 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.

4,  In the voice calling comparison, Spreadtrum SC9853I is only second to Huawei Kirin 970, ranking the second place in the comparison.

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5,  5.5 inch SHARP FHD IPS Display

Experience a true to life world with T5c. The phone sports a 5.5-inch FHD IPS screen with IPS display technology that not only provides a wider viewing angle up to 178 degree, but also delivers clear and bright visual experience with brilliant color saturation and contrast. The T5c display’s smooth color dynamics are rendered through 2.5D curved glass.

6,  Spreadtrum SC9853I 1.8Ghz 14nm 8-core CPU, Samsung 3GB RAM and Sandisk 32GB ROM

LEAGOO T5c impresses you with a great performance. Along with Mali-T820 GPU and 3GB of RAM, T5c performs very well in dealing with complicated graphics and big games. The 32GB internal memory and expandable 32GB storage makes you available to more carefree apps, music and video.

7,  Smart Key ISP fingerprint enclave

The Fingerprint sensor used on LEAGOO T5c has an outstanding reliability while being the fastest in its class, for an unmatched user experience. Thanks to Smart Touch technology , it has independent ISP for storing and processing fingerprints. Crafted from premium ceramic, the fingerprint sensor actively learns and progressively improves, so your scans get even more precise over time.

  • Smart Touch Technology
  • 360°Readability
  • 0.1 sec Unlock
  • 4 in 1 Non-press fingerprint ID

LEAGOO T5c full specs:

  • Display:        5.5 inch SHARP FHD IPS
  • CPU:           Spreadtrum SC9853 1.8Ghz , Intel X86 core, 64bit
  • RAM:          Samsung 3GB
  • ROM:          Sandisk 32GB
  • Rear Camera:    Samsung 13.0 + OV 2.0 dual-cam
  • Front Camera:   OV 5.0 MP
  • Battery:        LG 3050mAH with 5V2A quick charge
  • Fingerprint:     360°rear front-mounted fingerprint ID
  • Retail Price:     $129.99

Now LEAGOO T5c global pre-sale campaign had been started, you can save $30 to snap it on Gearbest.

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  1. Caleb Katana
    December 9, 2017

    Not bad, not bad at all.

  2. December 9, 2017

    Of course this isn’t a bad phone. I can consider to get it.

  3. Caleb Katana
    December 9, 2017

    Not bad, not bad at all.

  4. Michael Ogbonnaya
    December 9, 2017

    Of course this isn’t a bad phone. I can consider to get it.