A few days ago, we told you that the manufacturer Leagoo was to announce which football team the Premier League was going to sponsor from now, and was going to take advantage of the juncture to make a new announcement. Well, finally the mobile brand will sponsor Tottenham Hotspur, and have announced the launch of a limited edition of its flagship, the Leagoo T5, to commemorate this sponsorship.
The bad part is that for the moment the manufacturer has only posted on their website a couple of images of the terminal (which you can see below), plus clear photos of Tottenham players. They also have not warned when this limited edition of the terminal will be available or at what price, as well as the means we will have to get it, but hopefully soon advertise on the web some kind of promotion to get it.
As you can see, the limited edition terminal is merely a Leagoo T5 with the team’s dark blue color, and the logo on the back. Surely the fans of this football team like it a lot, logically.
Meanwhile, the manufacturer still maintains the promotion to get the normal (not the limited edition) terminal at a reduced price. On the website of GearBest you can still get for about $129.99 with shipping included, a price that is really good because of the features that this terminal has, including its dual camera. Let’s remember them.
The T5 is manufactured with a thickness of only 7.9 mm and, even so, it integrates a fairly decent internal hardware and a very attractive aesthetic, especially for being very flat and at the same time with rounded edges. Inside it hides a MediaTek eight-core processor running at 1.8 Ghz (have not yet indicated which exactly, so we do not know its GPU), accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, both made by Samsung.
It has a 5.5 inch screen and Full HD resolution manufactured by LG, IPS screen with great sharpness and color saturation. You will already have noticed that we are before a new “Vernee case”, with a Chinese terminal but that has the components manufactured by manufacturers of first line like they are Samsung and LG. But there is also a third manufacturer, in this case Sony, in charge of manufacturing their cameras that we have already discussed. It is a terminal compatible with 4G networks, that has WiFi of double band (2.4 and 5 Ghz), besides the usual sensors of A-GPS, GLONASS, and of discounted reader of impressions in the frontal button home. It also incorporates a battery (also made by LG) of 3.000 mAh that ensures a good autonomy even with an intensive use of the device.