Leagoo Mobiles Coming to Pakistan through Bytes.pk

Leagoo Mobile — a relatively new smartphone manufacturer — is all set to launch some of its latest smartphones in Pakistan. The smartphone maker has partnered with Bytes.pk, a known online retailer. Bytes.pk will be the exclusive retailer for all Leagoo products and will be handling the official warranty services for Leagoo products in Pakistan.

About Leagoo Mobile

Leagoo has a wide range of smartphones which are currently available in Malaysian and Chinese markets. Initially, four products from the Leagoo lineup will be launched in Pakistan. These include three of the latest smartphones and a wearable accessory. According to bytes.pk. all of these devices are expected to go on sale within the next 30 days.

Leagoo Mobile is owned by Shenzhen based OTEDA Technology Co. Ltd and OTEDA Holding Group. OTEDA established the Leagoo brand in April 2014 and it has gained a sizeable customer base very quickly due to its focus on the entry level and mid-range market. The company focuses on value for money and its phones come with good build quality coupled with unique designs.

Leagoo Partners with Bytes.Pk

On the occasion that the deal was signed, CEO bytes.pk, Mr. Mohammed Khanani had this to say about the alliance:

“Leagoo is a brand known for making high quality phones that offer amazing value. We are very excited to launch their phones in Pakistan and we believe they will help us further our goal of empowering Pakistan. We intend on setting a benchmark for all other distributors by offering unmatched warranty coverage with all phones.” – Mr. Khanani, CEO Bytes.PK

Leagoo Mobile’s General Manager, Parker Xie, was also hopeful that the company will bring great benefits to Pakistani market and stated “The day marks a new beginning for Leagoo’s presence on bytes.pk in Pakistan. Very early on, we realized the unprecedented opportunity in the vast Pakistan market. We will cherish our opportunity in Pakistan with bytes.pk. We regard this inauguration as a beginning of our new journey. We know that the smartphone market in Pakistan is bound to grow over the next 10 years and it is our honor to be part of that prosperous future.”

Here are the products that Leagoo is bringing in for Pakistani consumers initially.

Leagoo Elite 5


The Leagoo Elite 5 is the first phone that will be launched and it will be available starting February 15th, 2016.

Elite 5 offers amazing value for money and comes with a premium build quality reminiscent of the old Nokia design. There’s a polycarbonate body with a protruding display glass on the front. It’s built on a strong aluminum frame. The phone has a 5.5 inch HD IPS display.

Specs-wise there is a 64-bit quad-core processor with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. There’s support for microSD cards of up to 32GB as well.

Elite 5 supports 4G LTE as well. Under the 8.9mm body is a 4,000 mAh battery. The camera department features a 13MP rear and 8MP front camera.

The phone will cost only Rs 11,999 with one year official warranty and comes in three colors.

Leagoo Elite 5 Specifications:

  • CPU: 64-bit Quad-core
  • Chipset: TBA
  • OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop based Leagoo OS 1.1
  • Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G Dual-SIM
  • Design:
    • Dimensions: 154.6×77.0x8.9mm
    • Weight: 175 grams
  • Display: 5.5” with 720p resolution (267 ppi)
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 2 GB RAM
    • Internal: 16GB
    • Card slot: yes, up to 32GB
  • Camera:
    • Primary: 13MP with OIS, 720p(HD) and Dual tone Flash
    • Secondary: 8MP/720p
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1, GPS with GLONASS, Wi-Fi, IR Remote , Dual SIM, FM Radio
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh with 2A Fast charger, Reverse Charge
  • Colors: Rocky black, Lemon yellow, Ivory white
  • Price: Rs 11,999

Leagoo Elite Y


The Leagoo Elite Y will probably be Pakistan’s first 4G LTE phone with 2 GB Ram and a price tag of under Rs 10,000. It will retail at Rs 9,999 and will offer amazing value for money.

Elite Y is designed with youth and youngsters in mind. It comes with 5 back covers along with matching colors in the phone’s UI. Other than the lively build, there’s a 5-inch HD IPS display at the front. Pre-orders are expected to start on 25 February 2016.

There’s a quad-core processor powering the device coupled with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. Elite Y supports 4G LTE and additional storage via a micro SD card.

The back of the device has a 13MP camera while a 5MP camera resides at the front. Leagoo put in a decent 2,500mAh battery in the Elite Y as well.

Leagoo Elite Y Specifications:

  • CPU: Quad-core
  • GPU:
  • Chipset: TBA
  • OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop based Leagoo OS 1.1
  • Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G Dual-SIM
  • Design:
    • Dimensions: 141.2*70.7*8.6mm
    • Weight: 153 grams
  • Display: 5.0” with 720p resolution (267 ppi)
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 2 GB RAM
    • Internal: 8GB
    • Card slot: yes, up to 32GB
  • Camera:
    • Primary: 13MP with OIS, 720p(HD) and Flash
    • Secondary: 5MP/720p
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1, GPS with GLONASS, Wi-Fi , Dual SIM
  • Battery: 2,500 mAh Reverse Charge
  • Colours: Purple, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green
  • Price: Rs 9,999

Leagoo Shark 1


The Leagoo Shark 1 is probably the most unique phone in the lineup. The most amazing feature that the Leagoo Shark 1 can boast is its monstrous 6,300mAh battery in a relatively thin 8.5mm body.

The phone is stated to last 49 hours of music playback, 72 hours of calls, 25 hours of video playback and 770 hours while in standby.

Leagoo claims they have put a fast charging tech which will charge the phone to 100 percent in just 3 hours or 1 hour of charge for one-day worth of usage. The phone can be used as a power bank as well and can charge up to 2 devices at once.

It’s not just about the battery though. The phone can hold its own as a decent mid-ranger in 2016. It sports a 6-inch Full HD LTPS display manufactured by LG. The front of the phablet comes with a 2.5D Gorilla Glass 3 protection. All of this comes wrapped in a polycarbonate body with metal bezels.

Shark 1 has a 64-bit octa-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The processing package is supported by 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Camera department features a 13MP Sony BSI sensor with dual-LED flash. There’s support for 4G LTE, Dual-SIM and a fingerprint sensor as well. Leagoo have also put in a universal IR remote with support for a wide range of devices. The company boasts that the Shark 1 has a massive 1.65 Watt speaker.

Leagoo Shark 1 will launch in March 2016. More details, including the price tag, will be announced closer to launch.

Leagoo Shark 1Specifications:

  • CPU: 64 bit Octa-core
  • GPU: Mali T720
  • Chipset: MediaTek
  • OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop based Leagoo OS 1.2
  • Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G Dual-SIM
  • Design:
    • Dimensions: 158.6*82.8*8.5
    • Weight: 241 grams
  • Display: 6.0” with 1080p resolution (368 ppi)
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 3 GB RAM
    • Internal: 16 GB
    • Card slot: yes, up to 64GB
  • Camera:
    • Primary: 13MP with OIS, 1080p(FHD) and Dual-tone LED Flash
    • Secondary: 8MP
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1, GPS with GLONASS, Wi-Fi , Dual SIM
  • Battery: 6,300 mAh, Reverse Charge, Fast Charging
  • Colours: Black, Gold, Silver
  • Price: TBA

Leagoo Talk Band


The Leagoo Talk Band the all new smart wearable by Leagoo will launch on 25 February 2016 and will come alongside the Leagoo Elite Y. The Talk Band doubles as a Bluetooth headset when required and as a smart fitness tracker. It will connect to any Android device using Bluetooth 4.0.

Leagoo TalkBand will be priced at Rs 9,999 only.


He is the Editor at ProPakistani.

  • Zaki Uddin

    It would be better if xiaomi/meizu/thl/dogee launches in pakistan

    • Muhammad Yasir

      agree with you but Doogee aren’t particularly bright in their work so far … horrible phones and after sales.
      thought their upcoming F7 is something to look out for come MWC

  • striderstorm

    we really need xiaomi and meizu in pakistan

  • AbdulB1

    Why always low quality brands launch in Pakistan?

    • Aadil

      I doubt these phones are low quality. You can say lesser known brands come to Pakistan but not all of them offer low quality. I haven’t tried these, but any manufacturer which can offer its own unique design philosophy has to be taken seriously.

      • Muhammad Yasir

        well said !

        this is the kind of opinion which the locals are staved of so badly !

      • AbdulB1

        bhai sedhi baat hai Pakistani business man ap ko chuna laga raha hai woh ap ko china ka trash sale kar raha hai.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          actually , influx of chinese brands will have the bigger brands sweating no doubt about it. i can see Sony , Samsung , LG and even Apple trashing out strategies for solidifying their market grip amidst the influx of all these new brands…. preferably by offering a feasible flexibility in their pricing.

          • AbdulB1

            Pakistani market is nothing. Hugely taxed , no local manufacturing charm, corruption and bribery. So no known brand want to enter here legally and price their phones cost effectively.

        • Aadil

          Bhai yai phones Malaysia main sale hotay hain aur kafi high quality phones. China ka trash ajeeb ajeeb namon sai ata hai, kui publicity nahi hoti, na kui website na kui retailer.
          Xiaomi ya Huawei level ki company nahi hai leken sirf aik saal main itna upar aa gayi hai yai bhi bari baat hai.

          • AbdulB1

            For your info Xiaomi is 5th largest smartphone maker and Huawei also falls in upper 5. They didnt just got this position without good quality. I have been using both of these brands and they are much better than others. Even I would suggest everyone to avoid lenovo and buy xiaomi.

            • Aadil

              Bro I am saying the exact same thing. Ofcourse Xiaomi and Huawei are the best but there are others which are good too.
              Lenovo doesn’t offer much support for cheaper brands but you’ll get much better response if you buy a flagship from them. Look at Zuk Z1, its great.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      oh come on … i DID NOT expect this from u @AbdulB1:disqus , man :/

      have you even read about Leagoo phones before passing such a prejudiced comment !?

      i recommend doing some research by yourself

      • AbdulB1

        the fact is Chinese dont know much about this brand. This is a unknown brand so I am not trusting it.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          you should read a few reviews … esp the Elite 1.

    • Dalibor

      I am proud owner of Leagoo Elite 5 and in my country (Czech Republic) I can get any mobile of any brand I want. I chose Leagoo. It was tisky buying mobile from brand I dont know but it paid off. The Elite 5 is superb. Its fast and battery life is extraordinary. Leagoo is the future!

      • AbdulB1

        warranty and after sales do matter

      • AbdulB1

        I have lived in China so I know what I am talking about. But everyone is free to buy whatever they like. Low and cheap end brands end up high ends after dedication and hard work.

  • Ammar

    Hurray for more shitty brands

    • Ali

      Why it is shitty.Leagoo have good reviews on youtube.I think you should use phone first before calling it shitty.

    • umer

      Its far better than crap qmobile

      • KMQ

        sir QMobile se tu compare na karain, woh tu KING hai KING :-) aur us ki riaya hain woh log jo kehte hain yaar humain tu QMobile ke illawa koi mobile samajh hi nahi aata, lolz.. :D

        • Muhammad Yasir

          lol …
          KMQ entertaining as always :D

          • KMQ

            :-) Sir yeh tu aapka husn-e-nazar hai warna hum kis kaam ke.. Sorry is se ziyada shairi nahi aati koi galti shalti ho tu maafi…

        • umer

          Lol :P

    • Muhammad Yasir

      its not a shitty brand u imbecile.
      most EU users exclaim how high quality Leagoo phones are despite being a small brand in china !

  • Ali

    Shark 1 looks good.Massive battery waiting for Shark 1 release.


    SHARK 1 in under 25000 and its gonna be a field day for bytespk

    • Awais

      Its international price is 190$

  • Boyesa

    Don’t buy any phone from them they have really bad after sales and service and never keep there words. Just go through this thread you will come to know how they treat there customers.

  • Wonder how they claim to provide official warranty when Leagoo or Bytes doesn’t have any service center / after sales service in Pakistan.

    BTW these phones are okay-ish have tried Elite 5, but it gives that China feeling. Moreover the “Talkband” is a rip-off of Huawei Talkband, even they didn’t change the name.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      Elite 5 ????

      you should have gone for the elite 1 , as it was their flagship and most premium offering to date. if you’re gonna try now , tho , go for the Shark. it looks well poised.

    • umer

      Aapne kahan use kiya yeh?

      • Planet Earth per :) as a matter of fact I have some good friends at Leagoo and when they came to Pakistan, got the chance to use Leagoo.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          any chance you could get me a discount on the Leagoo shark :P ?
          in my defense , i haven;t owned a smartphone to date …

  • Usman

    I’ve a good experience with bytes really!!!!

    • Boyesa

      Have you ever purchased a mobile phone from them ?

      • Usman

        Nope. There mobile phone range is very small and they deal mostly in used ones. But this is good news that they are launching leagoo.

  • Muhammad Yasir

    AWW YISS !
    the Shark 1 !
    been eyeing this baby for a month now

    please be under 20k !

  • Muhammad Yasir

    who the FOCK thinks the ELite 5 has OIS ?! WTF !

  • Ahsan

    I just don’t understand why people consider it ‘FARZ’ to just comment without having zero info on the subject. It’s a trend here. I agree with you Yasir that people should first do little research before starting to defame.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      just pakistani things :D

  • Usman Zia

    the pre sale of shark1 started on feb17 on gearbest.com. quoted price on gearbest.com is 190 dollars, 189.9 to be exact, this phone supports only one sim card with the microsd card, or 2 simcards and no microsd card
    here is the link of pre sale

  • Usman Zia

    so i think and compared to a similar model the inew L4, 5.5 INCH 2GB RAM having 5000mah battery(it supports all three together 2sim card,1microsd) priced at 19500 and the new infinix flagship which except the battery exceeds shark 1 in all respects priced at 20500 on daraz.pk,,,, we can expect it to be between 22-23 thousands in pakistan

  • Usman Zia

    conversion rate of dollar for today is approx 105,,,, according to this shark 1 should be
    as elite 5 quoted price here is 11999, roughly 12000
    on gearbest.com the quoted price is 123.40dollars which is roughly equivalent to 12000
    so i am gonna keep my fingers crossed for either 20thousand or 20999,,, as the tradition goes.
    hope so we get nice goodies too, hands on shows nothing except screen protector…. hope for the best. chao

  • Usman Zia

    another honorable mention of an upcoming phone from cheezmall,,,, is the problem bearer lenovo zuk z1, whose expected price is 29500, but this phone is known to be the house of problems, it has 4000mah battery

  • Александр

    Guys found it for 185 usd (Promotion Code: GB16SALE ) from china. http://bit.ly/LeagooShark

  • Sumeet Kumar

    Recently bought Elite 5.
    Impressed with battery and Performance… However… Camera, too much noice in pictures. , Bad result (worse then camera results of QMobile). And I even cant find name of Sony in information provided by Aida64.

  • Lennald

    Compare to the Oukitel K6000 Pro with 6000mAh battery, Android 6.0 and 3GB RAM, which one should I order? Comparison video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sjb6LyuqPJs