Last week, a news was released that LEAGOO’s new product – T5c is about to launch, attracting many Leagoo fans’ attention for further information. Now the latest information shows that Leagoo T5c is not equipped with MTK Octa-core chipset. Actually, it will come with a SoC known as SC9853i, produced by a manufacturer called Spreadtrum who is dedicated to the budget and mid-range smartphone CPU.
And the T5c is the first device the SC9853i gets aboard after its release! Built on Intel’s 14nm foundry platform, SC9853 exceeds in both performance and power efficiency!
According to the official data from Spreadtrum, SC9853i is an octa-core chipset with 1.8Ghz frequency. The test result of Antutu benchmark shows that SC9853i is 39% stronger than MT6750, in which the single-core performance and multi-core performance of SC9853i is 25% and 36% stronger than that of MT6750 respectively. Thanks to Intel’s 14nm FinFET technology, SC9853i’s power efficiency is also predominantly better than the 28nm MTK MT6750.
Leagoo T5c will be equipped with 1.8GHz octa-core processor, a 13-megapixels Samsung + 2-megapixels OmniVision rear dual camera and 5.5-inch FHD IPS display from SHARP. It has a storage of 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage, which is a little behind T5, but it still has a large LG 3000mAh battery with 5V2A quick charge.
The good news is that the front fingerprint ID is reserved for its convenient usage. As a mid-range smartphone, Leagoo T5c has the best price for its great performance and specs. You can seldom find any problem regarding its design or specifications. The retail price for T5c is estimated to be $129.99!