LEAGOO M11 – Bigger Battery, Bigger View

Posted in Nov 11, 2018 in News, Smartphones, no comment

Recently, LEAGOO has rolled out its latest budget-friendly smartphone – LEAGOO M11 as the heir of its best-selling predecessor LEAGOO M8 Pro. Unlike any other budget phone boasting affordable price but actually with poor hardwares, LEAGOO M11 sports the trending FullView Notch Display and 4000mAh big battery as well as a very resonable price tag. From Nov 10, 2018 16:00 to Nov 12, 2018 15:59:59 MSK, you can buy LEAGOO M11 with 20% discount here! Retail Price: only $72.89.


Big Battery for Heavy Users
Fed up with charging your phone once or even twice a day? Battery life is a constant problem for smartphone owners. With a big 4000mAh battery with fast charging technology, LEAGOO M11 can last a full day even under heavy use. For light users, the battery life can afford several days usage without worrying about the juice.

Specs and Software
The M11 is powered by a modern featured smartphone SoC MediaTek MT6739 with an efficient 64-bit quad core, ARM Cortex-A53 CPU that operates up to 1.28GHz, increasing operation speed by more than 25% compared to previous generation while reducing power consumption by 30%. With 2GB of RAM available for multiasking through most apps, the M11 comes with 16GB of ROM and up to 64GB expandable storage space using a memory card. It operates on the latest Android 8.1 Oreo.

Camera, Network And Connectivity
The M11 comes with dual 8MP+2MP rear snappers with f/2.2 + f/2,4 aperture as well as 1.12μm*1.12μm pixel size. While the 5MP selfie lens has a f/2.4 aperture and supports Face Unlock. 4G LTE connectiviey is supported on the M11 which accommodates dual Nano SIMs for dual standy mode. It also sports Bluetooth 4.2, 2.4G/5G Dual Wifi, OTG, GPS and GLONASS.



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