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Review: LEAGOO KIICAA MIX ($100 Smartphone)



Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored review, it was paid for by myself, and I am mostly making this video because there isn’t a proper review of this phone online.

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9 comments

  1. Did you have to pay any customs fee for South Africa?

  2. Does anyone is having touch problems when you put it on charge like me?

  3. this phone says it has VOLTE but its fake .. doesn't work

  4. Sir it didn't work on volte service any suggestions for volte.only working on 4g lte.iam not able to do call anybody.volte not working.

  5. I have had this phone for 2 weeks now and i like it a lot. Yes the speaker on top isnt that good but well for the price this phone has, it sure has a good specs. I have never bought my self a high end flagship phones. Cause i dont see the point for my use to pay more then 200-300 euro for a device. And well every phone now days is made in China. All the parts are made anyways in Asian factories. So i dont see the point to pay more just cause it has a brand name on it. Like the brand name some how gives better quality when all these things are mass production so the so called quality is placebo effect

  6. Love your review! Thank you for going into so much detail. I have been using this phone for about 1 month now and it replaced the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. Which had a better battery, other then that this phone is so much better looking the display is brilliant. I found a way to put the volume up on the speaker/earpiece so now i no longer to position the phone correctly. Again, great job! I just subscribed and will be looking forward to more videos.

  7. The only thing that i really wished that this phone had is an aux port. I hate this recent trend of phone manufacturers leaving it out. Anywho, this is an impressively in-depth review of this phone. Seems like China has been stepping up their game in recent years.

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