When tablet devices have hard enough time to establish them self in the market, is harder to imagine how phablets would break through when Note based device are dominating the market now. Even with that in mind, Leagoo still create their lines of phablet devices, the newest additional is the LeaPad 7i and we’ll be looking into and much more today.
1. The face value
Comes in a rather simplistic box, the LeaPad7i comes with a complete line up of accessories. There’s a free folio casing, an already applied screen protector, and a charger with detachable micro USB cable. Basically, once you purchase the device, insert the sim card and you’re good to go.
With a price RM299, you won’t be expecting the LeaPad 7i to break any ground but instead, you will be greeted by a humble 7inch entry device.
With a quad-core MediaTek MT8321 clocked at 1.3Ghz, 1G ram, 8G Rom, 3000mAH battery capacity, 7 inches 294 ‘pi resolution, 2mp with flash main camera and a VGA (0.3mp), front camera, there’s really nothing out of the ordinary here.