LEAGOO has a first flagship smartphone with the interesting model called LEAGOO S10 in our review.
In this review, we will talk about all the features and specifications of the new flagship smartphone from LEAGOO.
Let’s take a look at the LEAGOO S10 and how it compares to the VIVO X21 or Xiaomi Mi 8. Curious? So, let’s look at the main specs of flagship LEAGOO.
LEAGOO S10: Specifications
|Display:||6.21 inches AMOLED with 2248 x 1080 pixels|
|CPU:||MediaTek Helio P60 Octa Core 2.0GHz|
|GPU:||ARM Mali-G72 MP3|
|Memory extension:||up to 256GB|
|Cameras:||20.0MP + 5MP main and 16.0MP + 8MP front camera|
|Connectivity:||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 3G, 4G, Bluetooth 4.2, and GPS|
|Connections:||USB Type-C and TF card slot|
LEAGOO S10: Design and Appearance
LEAGOO S10 sets on a pretty classic high-end design. Although the S10 looks very chic and noble, this is not necessarily great on the measures.
The front and back are completely covered by glass, which is framed by a high-gloss polished aluminum frame.
The two cameras are simply recessed in the center and stand out of the case. The LEAGOO S10 in the analisis is very simple! But of course, that’s also a matter of taste.
Another very important design point is the display. The LEAGOO S10 has a 6.21-inch display with the notch. The S10 has very small display frames!
LEAGOO even uses a “notch”, a cutout on the upper edge of the display, to make the display a little larger, without sacrificing a front camera or auricle.
However, the frames of the S10 continue to be large enough so you do not unintentionally pack on the display.
I also really like the frame, which goes well into the glass. The edge between aluminum and glass is barely noticeable and the smartphone is also good in the hand.
Let’s go around the LEAGOO S10. On the front, we find primarily the large 6.21-inch display, in which Notch the camera and earcup are attached.
The charging port, as well as the speakers, are mounted on the bottom of the LEAGOO S10.
On the backside, we finally find the dual camera, an LED flash, a reader autofocus sensor.
The most important function is the presence of a fingerprint reader built into the screen. This feature is in the most top-end smartphones, and now we see it in the flagship LEAGOO.
LEAGOO S10: Display
The LEAGOO S10 in the test has a 6.21-inch display with a resolution of 2248 × 1080 pixels. Unlike the current trend, LEAGOO uses an AMOLED panel.
The LEAGOO is said to have the brightest display in a smartphone of all time. I could fully sign this statement! Yes, the display of the S10 is really extremely bright if you want it.
As a result, the readability is excellent outdoors! Even off the screen of the S10 looks very good.
The black is pleasantly deep, the contrasts are good and the colors are clean. The image sharpness is also very good thanks to the high resolution!
Although the LEAGOO S10 cannot quite keep up with the VIVO X21 in terms of image quality, it has already installed the pretty strongest AMOLED display, which I have seen so far!
LEAGOO S10: Hardware and Performance
The LEAGOO S10 is based on the MediaTek Helio P60 and solid 6GB of RAM.
I do not have to say anything big about the MediaTek Helio P60. This is the best SoC that MediaTek currently has to offer in 2018, which is therefore used in many current mid-range phones.
This should ensure that no background processes work to achieve the optimal benchmark results.
However, the fact that the S10 tries to trick the benchmark results is less impressive. Where less impressive is not the right expression.
But what about everyday life? Not surprisingly very good. The LEAGOO S10 in the test runs like the hardware also to expect is absolutely impeccable. The user interface is completely fluid and apps start up at lightning speed.
This applies both to the standard apps such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc., as well as for more elaborate games.
Games are of course no problem for the LEAGOO S10 in our review. Much more hardware power than this currently has no smartphone in the market. PUBG mobile, Asphalt 9, etc. run wonderfully on the LEAGOO.
LEAGOO S10: Software
LEAGOO S10 remains true and uses the typical Android skin. This has changed little over the last few years.
You have a simple launcher in IOS style, so without app overview and without Google Now page. Also, the notification center and especially the settings have been modified a good deal by LEAGOO.
In terms of features and features, LEAGOO’s software sits between Samsung’s UI and the Android standard. There are quite a few interesting features and options that you can set, double-tap the screen to wake up, a game mode, and so on.
LEAGOO S10: Cameras
The camera is the LEAGOO S10 in the analisis without question a bit controversial point.
Many early reviews have particularly criticized the low light performance of the camera. But why? The LEAGOO S10 has a 20-megapixel camera with an aperture of f/1.8, which is absolutely top?
Yes, this is correct, but LEAGOO relies on the Sony camera sensor. Smartphones like the Google Pixel 2 or Samsung Galaxy S8/S9, on the other hand.
In general, here we see four cameras, that is two on each side.
The rear panel has 20MP and 5MP installed by Sony. In front, there is 16MP and 8MP also from Sony.
As you can understand, both cameras can shoot in portrait mode.
LEAGOO S10: Battery
The LEAGOO S10 has a 4050mAh battery. This is a moderately large capacity for a smartphone of this class.
But in practice, capacity is not the most important thing, but how energy efficient components such as the display, SoC, etc. are.
So how did the S10 beat in my standard practice test? In this, I test a colorful mix of light gaming, Twitter, web browsing, Facebook etc.
Unfortunately, the LEAGOO S10 is no battery miracle. This lasted for 8-8.5 hours in my test.
After all, there is wireless charging 10W as a small “bonus” and fast charging 18W.
LEAGOO S10: Conclusions and Reviews
The LEAGOO S10 in our review is outstanding, but somewhat more special flagship smartphone. Let’s start with the clearly positive points.
This would be, for example, the feel and processing or the performance of the smartphone. Also, the presence of a fingerprint scanner on the screen is a big advantage compared to competitors.
LEAGOO has made some interesting and courageous decisions. Instead of using an IPS display, LEAGOO uses an extremely bright AMOLED display on the S10.
Although this does not look quite as good as the screen of the Samsung Galaxy S9, it is even easier to read outdoors.
This is indeed the brightest smartphone display I have seen so far. What is more important to you, the absolute maximum of quality or a very good readability in all circumstances?
In short, LEAGOO S10 is a great smartphone, which I enjoyed a lot and I also like to recommend.
LEAGOO S10: Price and Where to buy cheaper?
At the moment officially LEAGOO S10 has not been introduced yet, but how can the price be very interesting for about $350. This is a good flagship version with lots of features and options.
Therefore, as soon as we learn more, we will write where you can buy at a low price of LEAGOO S10.