So if you love a device with a large screen, a nice processor, then the InnJoo Leap 2 is one device you should consider.
InnJoo Leap 2 is an 8.0 inches-inch screen tablet device, which is equipped with 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, dual mini sim, runs on Windows 8.1.
The device was Announced in December 2014
Designed with Plastic. It comes in White, Black color variants, InnJoo Leap 2 is built with an 8.0-inch screen in front with 800 x 1280 pixels resolution it also has a camera for selfies. The back of the device is equiped with a camera and at the bottom end a speaker.
The device is made with two buttons at the right, which is the power and volume regulation button, the device has a dimension of 207.2 x 122.5 x 9.2 mm, and weighs 346 grams.
The InnJoo Leap 2 tablet device comes with the 1GB of RAM, and 16GB ROM, Along with the Dual Sim card slot, this device also comes with the Operating System Window 8.1, the device is powered by a device is powered by an Intel BayTrail T-CR Z3735G Quad-core processor.
It will a fast phone with its processor and RAM, therefore you will be able to play the best of games out there in the play store and watch videos with a nice display.
The InnJoo Leap 2 tablet device comes with a battery sized of 4000mAh, which it would be okay for a device with the kind of spec this device has.
The camera of this device is actually not the strongest point of this device for a device like this ,5MP, up to 2592 x 1944-pixel pictures, HDR, Geo-tagging, autofocus camera the device also comes with a 2MP, up to 1600 x 1200-pixel pictures,so if your a selfie lover this device might be the kind of device you would want to have.
So you love a big device, with a large screen, that you can use to enjoy games, movies, and other multimedia activities then this device is one you would like to have, with an average battery that could improve your experience.
But if your a picture lover then this device might not be the device you would love to own, so picture lovers should put this into consideration before the purchase of this device.
What do you think?