What the notch!
when you have that vast bezel under the display, why would you like to cut that *ing display and make those notches?
Is it all because apple does so?
Can't wait for Apple to sue for being a blind copy of the FaceID logo where Leagoo advertises their own face unlock.
Maybe Apple owns Leagoo. Apple is using Leagoo to get rid of excess spare parts. XD
I think Leagoo is trying mock IPhone and Apple by producing a phone with the same notch but for a 1/4 of the price.
No smartphone Soc atm support 65MP of camera quality.
Even Qualcomm's snapdragon 835 just support 32MP.
Fake 65MP. for the price of 150USD it would suport up to 8-12MP with no stabilization whatsoever with a 2.7 aperture lense or worse..
The screen might be a 720p panel, don't know...
As if their name wasn't bad enough, Yeesh.
Sad when you have to unequivocally state that a notch is a limitation NOT a feature. It's a compromise on screen real-estate and as such is something Apple and Essential buyers took into account when purchasing their product. Apple never announced the notch as a "feature" in their keynote and would have been crazy to have done so.
So how in this day and age do we get a company announce it as a USP on promotional material?
They are promoting their phone for having notch as if it is a feature, just wow.
So theyÂ’re actively proud of a notch? I knew there would be Android manufactures jumping on the notch, just because iPhone does it, doesnÂ’t mean its right.
I wouldnÂ’t buy a TV with a notch, nor a mobile. ItÂ’s not cool for me.
I give thumbs up for their bravery to show this device at event as big as MWC. But for the product itself... thanks, but no thanks.
brands, 27 Feb 2018Leagoo, UleFone, Doogee and similar "brands" are just making fun of themselves when trying to ... moreThese brands are clearly for those who don't have the budget (sry for those, but this is your reality) to buy high-end smartphones. Somehow they aren't ashamed of what they are doing, the most obvious from LEAGOO...
well.... thats a convenient naming system and screen panel design xD.
on a more serious note: does anyone knows what in the world is a 65MP ultra HD photo?