Chinese smartphone brand LEAGOO is expanding its frontiers rapidly and its phones are now actively listed on two main e-commerce retailers who operate in Europe and the US, e-Fox and CooliCool. E-Fox and CooliCool are two major Chinese e-commerce outfits with physical warehouses in China and cities spread across different countries in Europe and also Russia.
Right now LEAGOO phones are on offer on e-Fox and CooliCool with a generous 30% discount. These are two different stores for the people who use Euros and Dollars. The models up for grab with amazing price offer include the LEAGOO M8, M5, M5 Plus and Venture 1. These four LEAGOO smartphones are perhaps the most popular and hottest selling models in its wide range of mobile phones.
All the models up for grabs come with stunning features and sleek designs that it becomes extremely difficult making a choice on which to buy. Depending on your taste, but the Venture 1 is a luxury smartphone with a premium build, hand-crafted with calfskin. The Venture offers you class at a cheaper rate, way cheaper than the Vertu lineup which it rivals. The specs are pretty decent as well and include a 5-inch HD IPS display, a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor backed by 3GB of RAM. Others include a 16GB expandable storage, fingerprint sensor, 13MP main camera, and 4G LTE connectivity.
The LEAGOO M8 is yet another cool smartphone on offer. It is a 5.7-inch phablet with Gorilla Glass 4 protection over its display. There is also a quad-core SoC and 2GB of RAM which is just adequate for a stellar performance. The M5 Plus, on the other hand, comes as a 5.5-inch smartphone crammed with aa good SoC and 2GB RAM to keep things running smoothly.
Finally, there is the 5-inch LEAGOO M5 running Android Marshmallow and sporting a rear fingerprint scanner. There is also Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection over the display and inside is crammed a MediaTek MTK6580 chip backed by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
So, head over to the stores to make your choice now at these amazing prices.
If you are paying in Euro (€)
For those paying in Dollars ($)
Last modified: March 3, 2018