The LEAGOO C1 series doesn’t look like much from the Lead and Elite series smartphone. It was created for mobile users seeking a no-muss, no-fuss handset that can perform the basics, this is a phone worth considering. The device is LEAGOO latest offering alongside its smartphone series devices.
The LEAGOO C1 is a minimalistic and light device that’s simple and compact. It’s very light, weighing only at 45g, and it has no problem fitting into the front pockets of jeans or slipping into a small bag. You can easily operate the handset single-handedly, using your thumb to navigate between its buttons and keys.
On the front, you’ll see a 2.4-inch LCD colour display. It has more than enough to display basic information quickly, such as date, time, reception, and battery levels. Beneath that is the large alphanumerical keypad. The keypad is made from high-grade material which provides comfortable touch at your fingertips, and is ergonomically designed to fit perfectly in hand for ease of usage.
As a feature phone, the C1 does not have much in the way of impressive specs, but it is for people who are looking for a low-maintenance, easy-to-use device. The phone itself supports a Micro SD card extension up to 32GB, a good news for hoarding all the music’s, movies and videos.
Other features such as Dual SIM Dual Standby mode that allows the users to utilize 2 active SIM card with only one transceiver at any time, minimizing the hassle of needing to carry multiple phone everywhere. A micro USB port, 3.5mm Audio Jack and a built-in torchlight comes equipped with the device.
Powered by just a mere 1000mAh battery, the device could give the users up to 8 hours of talk-time and up to 400 hours on standby mode. With a 1.3 megapixel camera on its back, the picture quality is decent for its standard but still capable to capture quality pictures with proper environment and settings. LEAGOO C1 will be available in four different colors Dark Blue, Silver White, Champagne Gold and Classic Red. Priced at only RM99, the device will be sold all across Malaysia starting from 19th September 2015 onwards.