Landvo L500S smartphone: Cheapest Octa-core smartphone under $100

We’re coming up with yet another cheapest Octa-core smartphone- Landvo L500S which is priced below $100. Earlier we posted the world’s cheapest Octa-core smartphone -Mlais M9 which was priced at $86.99, well it’s past and now this new Landvo L500S is far cheaper than the earlier Octa-core smartphone.

Landvo L500S smartphone design is inspired by several Lenovo smartphones but what caught us most is its price tag with those high-end specifications. Before revealing it’s price tag let us know more about this smartphone.Landvo L500S smartphone

Landvo L500S Key specifications:

  • A 5.0 inch LCD Capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.
  • Powered with a 1.4 GHz Octa-core processor with MTK6592 Chipset.
  • Uses ARM Mail-450MP4 GPU to render high-end graphics.
  • Equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB ROM
  • A 5.0MP primary camera ( interpolation to 8.0MP possible) while the secondary/front camera is of 2.0MP (interpolation to 3.0MP)
  • Runs on Android v 4.4 (KitKat), 3G Connectivity
  • Dual SIM ( one is micro while the other is standard )

SmartWake (5 points touch) and Gesture Sensing are some of the notable features in this 3G Dual SIM smartphone.

So, what’s the price for this smartphone ? $80 or $90 ? well, if this is your guess, you’re wrong. Since the starting of this review, we’ve been saying it is the cheapest and is priced under $100, the actual price of this smartphone is just $69.99. Isn’t it the cheapest comparing to the earlier Mlais M9 and several other cheap smartphones we posted ?

GearBest ( the leading Chinese e-commerce site) is selling this smartphone for just $69.99 and ships it internationally. The phone is available in two variants (black and white) and there’re few things that a buyer needs to know.

  1. Check whether this smartphone is compatible with the frequency of your country.

  2. It ships internationally ( free shipping), if your country is not listed, kindly contact the customer service.

  3. The charger will be provided based on country ( as countries might run on different operating frequencies)

  4. It supports multiple languages and you can mail for your preferred language and the customer service will load the phone with that language ( If they have)

  5. Installing 3rd party ROM might void the warranty.

Final Verdict:

If you’re looking for a low-budget, octa core processor with moderate specifications then this your choice.

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