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Leagoo T1 is here to challenge the OPPO F1

by Dimitris Economou 1,079 views6

Oppo may have built a good reputation when it comes to design and build quality, but spec-wise it lacks the components to justify its price tags on most of the devices it makes. And Leagoo is targeting OPPO F1 with its own Leagoo T1.

Leagoo T1

The Leagoo T1 may fall short RAM amount (2GB vs 3GB) but ties the game in every other aspect and takes the lead in some of them. Both devices carry a 5″ 720p display, quad-core SoC  and same camera sensor sizes but the T1 has LED flash on both the back and front. Oppo advertises that the F1 is made of metal, but that is not the whole truth. Oppo F1 has a 65% metal body where Leagoo T1 has an 85% metal body. Add to that the fingerprint sensor that has become almost essential on today’s smartphones and you can see the clear precedence of the T1. Oh, Leagoo reveals that the T1 also has smaller bezels.

Leagoo T1

Software upgrades is another sector where Oppo has some problems and the T1 has an advantage. It comes with Android 6 out-of-the-box whereas the F1 is still stuck on Android 5.1. More detailed info on the Leagoo T1 can be found

Well, that’s all we got about the T1 for now. More detailed info on the Leagoo T1 can be found here.

Which one would you choose? Let us know in the comments below!

Leagoo T1

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  • Muhammad Yasir

    another SHIT phone from Leagoo ?

    • Ionut Johnny

      Looks very good.

  • Sirus Valencia

    Oppo is a much more reputable brand, to my knowledge Leagoo is relatively obscure and they make mediocre phones overall (not as bad as Elephone though)

    • Hakim Farouk

      well said

  • Somehow you fail to mention that the Oppo F1 carries an octa-core Snadpragon 616 that wipes the floor with the MT6737 found in the T1, not to even mention the vastly superior display, built quality and camera.
    So, how is that a challenge?
    This device is meant to challenge upcoming MT6737 devices as well as some older 6735 ones at a good price point.

    • Dimitris

      Agreed on the chipset, although all mid-range SoCs are enough for just about everybody. But how can you judge all the rest? Have you used both the devices to know that the F1 has vastly superior display, build quality and camera?!