LG Leon Review

Will LG's 2015 most affordable Android phone is worth buying? Here's what I found on my review of LG Leon
If you missed the unboxing part, well go to this link

The UI is a minimalist version of the LG UX 3.0 which is kinda colorful yet easy to understand for me. I got no problems on navigating on it for the PH version as the phone used a Mediatek MT6582 quad-core processor for this device.


As for the form factor which looks like an LG G3 but what kept it's affordable is the volume rocker at the back is attached in the back cover so be careful about that. The back cover has matte finish which is a thumbs up for me.

I got no problems on calling, texting as well as for mobile data for both Globe and Smart. For display, it is pleasing for my eyes even that it only has FWVGA display.

On benchmarks, no surprise that it got less than 19k on Antutu. The number of sensors are reasonable for the price tag. The internal memory was supplied by Samsung.



On battery test, I'm impressed that it almost got almost 9 hours on my standard battery video rundown test out of it's 1,900 mAh battery capacity. On my normal usage, I can get around 20 hours which is very good. Those tests are made with Android Lollipop's default battery saver mode.



On camera, this is one of the most impressive 5 MP rear cam that I handled so far. I'm kinda impressed as well for it's only VGA front camera which is still adequate for social media. The rear cam has f/2.4 aperture






For an international brand with Php 4,999 price tag (previously at Php 7,999) with the form factor of LG G3 this might be one of the best that you can find so far if you are really not a fan of local brands. My con for me so far is the old SoC and no LTE coz you can find other global brands with LTE within or near it's price tag (the nearest competitior will be the Moto E 2nd Gen). I'll gonna give 4 out of 5 for the LG Leon.

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January 2, 2016

LG Leon Review

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Will LG's 2015 most affordable Android phone is worth buying? Here's what I found on my review of LG Leon
If you missed the unboxing part, well go to this link

The UI is a minimalist version of the LG UX 3.0 which is kinda colorful yet easy to understand for me. I got no problems on navigating on it for the PH version as the phone used a Mediatek MT6582 quad-core processor for this device.


As for the form factor which looks like an LG G3 but what kept it's affordable is the volume rocker at the back is attached in the back cover so be careful about that. The back cover has matte finish which is a thumbs up for me.

I got no problems on calling, texting as well as for mobile data for both Globe and Smart. For display, it is pleasing for my eyes even that it only has FWVGA display.

On benchmarks, no surprise that it got less than 19k on Antutu. The number of sensors are reasonable for the price tag. The internal memory was supplied by Samsung.



On battery test, I'm impressed that it almost got almost 9 hours on my standard battery video rundown test out of it's 1,900 mAh battery capacity. On my normal usage, I can get around 20 hours which is very good. Those tests are made with Android Lollipop's default battery saver mode.



On camera, this is one of the most impressive 5 MP rear cam that I handled so far. I'm kinda impressed as well for it's only VGA front camera which is still adequate for social media. The rear cam has f/2.4 aperture






For an international brand with Php 4,999 price tag (previously at Php 7,999) with the form factor of LG G3 this might be one of the best that you can find so far if you are really not a fan of local brands. My con for me so far is the old SoC and no LTE coz you can find other global brands with LTE within or near it's price tag (the nearest competitior will be the Moto E 2nd Gen). I'll gonna give 4 out of 5 for the LG Leon.

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