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LEAGOO Elite 4 Smartphone Review
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Available Storage & Memory

Out of the box, the LEAGOO Elite 4 runs on Android 5.1 (64-bit) and has 10.5 GB of free space, out of its internal 16 GB flash storage. As you can tell - that's not a lot of storage space. Unless you are a light user, you are going to need to add additional storage via a micro SD card.

The LEAGOO Elite 4 comes with 1 GB of LPDDR3 memory, which is par for the price segment. The LEAGOO OS v1.1 user interface appears to be rather lean, but it only leaves you with just 400 MB of free memory to use.

The Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system with the LEAGOO OS interface takes up 201 MB of RAM, with the assorted Google and LEAGOO apps taking up another 153 MB of RAM. With 168 MB of RAM used to cache apps, you have just 400 MB of free memory. This limits the amount of multitasking you can do, but is really about par for the price segment.

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Work Performance - PCMark

We tested the ASUS ZenPad 7.0's performance using PCMark, which simulates work applications like web browing, playing video, writing text and editing photos.


ZenPad 7.0

Elite 4

ZenFone 2

Work Performance Score




Web Browsing




Video Playback








Photo Editing




As the results show, the LEAGOO Elite 4 is no Speedy Gonzales, but it did better than we expected, beating even the ASUS ZenPad 7.0.

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Battery Performance - PCMark

LEAGOO quotes a battery life of 250 hours of standby time and up to 16 hours of call time, but makes no mention of its use as a smartphone. So we tested the LEAGOO Elite 4's battery performance using PCMark. It basically ran the PCMark work tests until the Elite 4's battery dropped to 20%.

LEAGOO Elite 4 Smartphone Review

The LEAGOO Elite 4 lasted almost 7 hours on this stress test. This is pretty impressive considering it only uses a 2400 mAh battery. In our real world experience, we had no problem using it for 10-12 hours at a time.

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The LEAGOO Elite 4 Smartphone Review


Introduction, What's Inside The Box?


The LEAGOO Elite 4, Specifications


Camera Performance - Photos
Camera Performance - Video Recording


Available Storage & Memory
Work Performance - PCMark
Battery Performance - PCMark


Gaming Performance - 3DMark
Gaming Performance - AnTuTu


Additional Features, WiFi Problem
Our Opinion Of The LEAGOO Elite 4

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