Android Product Reviews

LeTV Le1 X600 Review and Giveaway

Skye Hudson 03-02-2016

We’ve made the argument before that cheap Android devices are better than the flagships 5 Ways Cheap Android Smartphones Beat the Flagships Who says you need the latest and greatest (and most expensive) smartphone out there? The cheaper alternatives are actually really good. Let us show you. Read More , so we decided to put that theory to the test by trying out the $170 LeTV Le1.


Sure, you’re taking a risk by getting a phone from a relatively unknown manufacturer, but if you can get a solid phone for only $170, it could definitely be worth it.

And while this phone does have some good aspects, it certainly isn’t perfect. Let’s take a look at everything it has to offer. At the end of this review, we’ll be giving ours away to one lucky reader! Be sure to watch the review video for some bonus entries in the competition.


  • Alternate names: X600, LE1, S1, LeEco
  • Price: $170 at MiniDeal, $200 at Oppomart
  • Screen: 5.5″ Full HD (1920px x 1080px) IPS with Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Dimensions: 147.8mm x 74.2mm x 9.5mm (5.82in x 2.92in x 0.37in)
  • Weight: 170g (6oz)
  • Processor: 2.0Ghz Octa-core 64-bit MediaTek Helio X10 (MT6795)
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Storage: 16GB
  • Cameras: 13MP rear-facing, 5MP front-facing
  • Speakers: Single speaker along the bottom
  • Battery: 3,000mAh
  • Operating System: EUI, a skinned version of Android 5.0.2 Lollipop
  • Extras: Physical mute switch, LED notification light, IR blaster
  • Color: White



The LeTV One is a strange device in terms of design. The front and sides have a quality, premium feel, but the back is made a smudgy fingerprint-loving plastic that feels like something from an old Samsung device.



Along the front, you get three capacitive buttons — Recents, Home, and Back — that only glow when you touch them. Then, of course, there’s the 5.5″ 1080p display that is actually gorgeous and gets relatively bright.


At the top of the front, you’ll find the LED notification light (which isn’t customizable without a third-party app), the front-facing camera, and of course, the earpiece.



The sides of the phone are chamfered iPhone-like metal that feels really well cut. The buttons are clicky and solid, which is saying a lot for a sub-$200 phone. There’s the power button on the right along with the dual micro-SIM card slot, the IR blaster and headphone jack along the top, a volume rocker and mute switch along the left, the USB Type-C charger at the bottom, and a single speaker (though it looks deceitfully like two speakers).

Mute Switch


That mute switch is another iPhone-like aspect of this device, but I like it. As someone who always keeps their phone on silent, I like knowing that my phone won’t unsilence itself unless I slide this (very stiff, difficult to move) switch.




On both sides of the USB port are little holes that look like speakers, but don’t be mistaken, only the one on the left (as shown above) is actually a speaker.

That being said, it is a very powerful speaker that produced probably the loudest sound I’ve ever heard from such a tiny speaker. It doesn’t beat the dual front-facing speakers on the Nexus 6P (our review Nexus 6P Review Google's newest high-end Nexus phone is here, but is the fingerprint sensor enough to make this pure Android device worth it? Read More ), but it’s still seriously loud.



The LeTV Le1 uses the same Sony Exmor IMX214 camera that can be found in the OnePlus One, which we have found can take some pretty good photos Top Six Best Features Of The OnePlus One -- And One Drawback I've been living with the OnePlus One for a few weeks now, and it's amazing, but it's not perfect. Let's run through some of the best features -- and one downside. Read More .


The interface has been pretty heavily modified from stock Android, though, in LeTV’s EUI. It looks much more iOS-like (shocker), and allows you to swipe between slow motion, video, photo, and panorama modes. You can always swipe up from the bottom to change effect modes or tap the settings button in the top left to adjust things like the ISO.


All-in-all, it has very competent front and back shooters that won’t disappoint.


EUI, the Android skin Android Skins Explained: How Do Hardware Makers Change Stock Android? Hardware makers like to take Android and morph it into something that is entirely their own, but is this a good or a bad thing? Take a look and compare these different Android skins. Read More for this phone, is very iPhone-like — there’s no getting around that. Instead of having an app drawer where all your apps are hidden, they’re all just out on your homescreen. If you slide all the way to the left on the homescreen, you access a Blinkfeed-style news feed, except that it’s all in Chinese. That’s an issue we’ll discuss in the Language section.


Pull down from the notification bar, and the notification panel will blur out your current background (much like on the iPhone). At the bottom you’ll have options to clear all your notifications or manage the options for the notifications that are there, which admittedly is a pretty nice feature to avoid annoying notifications How to Disable Notifications From Any App in Android Here's how to turn off notifications in Android, plus how to fine-tune the notifications you do want. Read More .


The Recents menu (accessed by pressing the square capacitive key) has also been heavily modified and is now the Control Center. Here, you’ll have access to a bunch of tools like the camera, the calculator, and the flashlight, as well as music controls, WiFi and Bluetooth toggles, and the ability to switch through recent apps.


There’s a feature to kill all your background apps at once (which you shouldn’t do Why RAM Boosters and Task Killers Are Bad for Your Android At first glance, RAM boosters and task killers sound incredibly useful, but a closer look shows that they could actually be harming your phone instead. Read More ) by tapping the broom at the bottom, but it also has a neat feature that allows you “lock” certain apps so that they don’t get cleared. This could be useful if you have a set number of apps you use often, but you don’t want any others running in the background. Just swipe down on any of the app images in the Recents view to lock them.


When turning on the device, a swipe up will push away the lockscreen, and if you have a PIN set, it puts a small PIN pad off to the right that’s actually very convenient. You can also access the camera by tapping in the lower right corner and swiping up.

The Settings app also has quite a thick skin, but it has some nice customization options for changing the Control Center, the theme, and a bit more. You even have access to a bunch of app settings here, though it seems only for built-in apps.

Installing The Google Play Store

One of the biggest caveats of this device is that it doesn’t ship with the Google Play Store installed. Instead, you get LeTV’s Chinese app store. No thank you.

Thankfully, there’s a simple method for installing the Google Play Store, and once I went through it, I had no problem installing or running any apps from the Play Store. Here’s the method in brief:

  1. Download and install the Google Installer app from here or here [No Longer Available] (You’ll have to allow installation from unknown sources for this in the Settings app, but it will prompt you to do that)
  2. Open Google Installer, find the Play Store, press the download button
  3. It will prompt you to install three other apps first — Google Play Services, Google Account Manager, and Google Services Framework — agree and continue. Install all three of those apps but press Cancel when the Play Store comes up.
  4. Reboot your device
  5. Open the Google Installer, find the Play Store again, and this time install it

When you first open the Play Store, it might seem like a very old version. Give it some time connected to the Internet to update itself to the newest version.

Also, make sure that your LeTV Le1 is running the latest software by going to Settings > System Update. Before I updated my software, it was telling me that apps weren’t compatible with my device, but that was cleared up after I updated.

It also looks like if you order it from MiniDeal, you can ask them to add the Play Store before shipping it — but we didn’t do that for our model.


While this is a Chinese phone, it does ship with English as an available language — but that doesn’t mean everything is in English.

A few times, I got notifications in Chinese that could’ve said “Your phone is about to explode!” for all I know, but I couldn’t do much but ignore them. It’s also annoying having the news feed app on the homescreen be entirely in Chinese, though that can be avoided by downloading an alternate launcher Which Android Launcher Should You Use? We Compare the Best! These awesome launchers will have your Android device feeling brand new. Read More .


Likewise, if you want English language search results, be sure to change your default search engine to Google (it’s Baidu by default) or download a different browser What's the Fastest Android Browser? 7 Top Apps Ranked With so many Android browsers available, which are the fastest? Here are the best browser apps on Android. Read More . You’ll also probably want a different keyboard What Is the Best Alternative Keyboard for Android? We take a look at some of the best keyboards in the Play Store and put them to the test. Read More while you’re at it.

The point is, you can make this work if you only speak English, but it’s going to take more work on your part than ordering something like the Moto G The Moto G Is Officially Here For Only $179 Unlocked Motorola has just announced the rumored Moto G, a cheaper cousin to the Moto X that will cost $179 for the 8GB model and $199 for the 16GB model. Read More , which you know will be entirely in English.

Network Connectivity

We need to talk about the biggest downside of all to this phone for me: It wouldn’t work with my network at all.

I live in France and my network is Free, which uses the Band 7 (2600Mhz) for 4G LTE, as well as Band 8 (900Mhz) and Band 1 (2100Mhz) for 3G. The LeTV Le1 is said to support all of these bands, and yet, I was unable to ever connect to data.

Strangely, I was able to make and receive calls and texts, and my phone would say if it was connected to 3G or 4G, but never was I able to open a web page or check Facebook, it would just say it was offline instantly.


Connecting to the Internet over WiFi worked just fine, however, and since I’m around WiFi 90% of the time, it didn’t hugely affect me. But that’s a major issue for a phone, and I’m hoping it’s just a problem with this specific phone — since my OnePlus One and every other phone I’ve tested worked perfectly fine on Free’s network.

I contacted their support multiple times at MiniDeal. They suggested I do a factory reset and make sure my data is turned on. I did both of those things, still nothing. I updated to the latest software, still nothing. They asked for a screen-recorded video of my issue, which I sent to them, but it’s been well over a week and I still haven’t heard back.

So, you’ve been warned. Theoretically, this phone has the bands to support most carriers around the world, but it didn’t work on my carrier at all, and support from MiniDeal is non-existent at best.

Battery Life

A little on the chubbier side at 9.5mm, this phone does manage to squeeze in a 3000mAh battery, which is nice, though it certainly didn’t blow me away. Battery life was average, I’d say. I could just about get through a day, but it often died before the end of the day if I was using it a lot.

It does, however, come with the new USB Type-C What Is USB Type-C? Ah, the USB plug. It is as ubiquitous now as it is notorious for never being able to be plugged in right the first time. Read More , which charges fully in just under two hours. It also comes with a USB Type-C to old USB Type-A (the kind that plugs into your computer) cable, but the Type-A plug is reversible.

Performance & Storage

You might expect a bit of lag from a MediaTek processor, but you won’t find it in this one. I never ran into any kind of lag, which was probably helped along by the hefty 3G of RAM here. I played through games and multitasked like there was no tomorrow, and it just kept chugging along.

Even better, it never got very hot — and that’s a problem I’ve seen in many phones that are much more expensive that this one.


The biggest downside in terms of everyday usage is going to be the storage. This phone taps out at 16GB and doesn’t have any room for a microSD card, which is sometimes a necessity Your Next Phone Needs a MicroSD Card Slot -- Here's Why Some popular phones don't have microSD card slots -- but a lot still do, and you need one! Read More . Be prepared to be crunched for space if you choose this phone.

Price & Availability

At $170, this phone is incredibly cheap for what it offers. It even beats out what I would consider one of the best cheap phones out there, the 3rd Generation Moto G, which you can currently find on Amazon for $220.

However, that $170 does mean ordering from MiniDeal rather than Amazon, which can be a dealbreaker for some. It is available in any country with free shipping, but not everyone trusts other online retailers these days.

Search around, though, and you might be able to find it on another online retailer that you prefer — but if that’s the case, the price might be higher (like the $200 LeTV One from Oppomart).


With the LeTV Le1, you’re probably not going to be doing a lot of tinkering, rooting, or installing custom ROMs What Is Rooting? What Are Custom ROMs? Learn Android Lingo Ever had a question about your Android device, but the answer had a bunch of words in it that you didn't understand? Let us break down the confusing Android lingo for you. Read More . Yes, it’s possible to root, but it doesn’t have nearly the support on the XDA Developer Forums as the other larger-name devices (like the OnePlus X, which we’ve reviewed OnePlus X Review How do you make a single phone that pleases everyone? OnePlus seems to think that you can't. A few months after the OnePlus Two, comes the OnePlus X, a smaller, cheaper device. Read More ). This means you’ll have a hard time finding custom ROMs unless you know how to code and want to give it a shot yourself!

Basically, if you’re looking for a phone to root, look elsewhere. But if you just plan on leaving your phone stock anyway, then don’t worry about it.

Should You Buy It?

I’m split about this device. I’m mostly annoyed that it wouldn’t work on my network, because it’s otherwise not a bad device. Sure, installing the Play Store is a hassle, and it’s annoying that you can’t uninstall or disable the Chinese apps, but that’s a small price to pay for such a cheap yet powerful phone.

It has a nice camera, a powerful speaker, and a gorgeous screen — all for under two hundred bucks. Not bad.

Our verdict of the LeTV Le1 X600:
I can’t wholeheartedly recommend this phone given the issue with my own network, but if you’re confident that it will work with your network, and you don’t mind a little bit of Chinese here and there, it’s certainly a phone worth considering for it’s powerful internals and low price.
5 10

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  1. Kajtaj
    August 27, 2016 at 6:00 am

    I had the same problem with network connectivity. I could fix it by changing APN settings. Usually APN-type should be "Internet" but in some phones it is not working. Set APN-type "Default" instead of "Internet" and the phone will connect network.

  2. can't handle it
    May 11, 2016 at 6:56 am

    crap overview for such a good device.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      May 11, 2016 at 7:08 am

      Your incredibly thoughtful and constructive criticism has been taken into account, and I will do my best to make future overviews less "crap". Thank you for all the time and energy you must've spent crafting that amazing comment.

      • Tim Kelly
        June 22, 2016 at 4:26 pm

        Awesome reply, you made my day Justin. BTW, I think you did a great job with your review.

  3. Andre Mendes
    February 15, 2016 at 4:20 pm

    Can you please inform us who won? Why dont you ever announce the winners?


    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 25, 2016 at 4:07 pm

      someone has won and i have shipped it off to them. if we never reached out to you for your address, you didn't win. sorry.

  4. Anonymous
    February 14, 2016 at 8:08 am

    Congrats to the winner!! Have fun using it. :)

  5. Richard
    February 13, 2016 at 10:29 am

    In defence of Justin , the reviewer , isn't this site about simplifying the experience , presumably for the benefit of a lot of us who are not as tech-savvy as others . There are going to be plenty of other reviews in which the phone will be thoroughly technically dissected , no doubt with much reference to custom recovery , flash tools and benchmark testing . However if someone is a non-tech buyer , who has only ever used contract devices which are set to go instore , who feels sufficiently encouraged to try an ' unknown ' brand by an article such as this ( which I think is the point) - then the issue about connectivity is quite significant! I obviously can't know if this is Justin's intention , but he has demonstrated a ' real-life ' experience for some people ...this isn't working , I'll contact the support team for advice . Believe it or not , this is what some of us have to do ! So it would have been negligent , surely , to not mention it .
    Even if it is an APN settings issue, that isn't so straightforward - eg I had to reset my daughter's phone in a different order to that which appears in the menu .
    I am new to this , I have gleaned a bit of most basic knowledge but have no practical aptitude , so this is a good review from my point of view . I read and watch reviews , a lot of which , technically go over my head -like a lot of people , I am waiting for the bit when the reviewer might actually say if it's a good device , or not . A lot of the time , they won't actually commit to an opinion .
    Then of course , there are the 'tame' reviewers , who rely on the supply of devices to maintain their subscriptions , so you're never going to get a candid review . Check out a lot of device forums , bulging with malcontents who have bought a phone on a reviewer's recommendation (who then go back to their S6 Edge ) of an all-singing , all-dancing , specially review-prepared device , which bears little resemblance to reality.
    A lot of the people on , say , xda forum know exactly how to exploit the capabilities of their devices - it's an interest for them ,they buy these phones with the express intention of changing roms etc ( just because they can ) and they can genuinely converse with one another in words which look like English , but make absolutely no sense to me (and for a lot of them , English is not their native tongue ) !
    On the other hand , some of us might like a 'good' phone without having to pay the premium involved with Samsung, iphone , Sony , htc et al , and correct me if I have got it wrong , but I think this was the basic premise of the article .
    Sorry for the sermon , I had a Pringle moment - once I started , I just couldn't stop.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 25, 2016 at 4:08 pm

      yep! thanks for summarizing that. we're definitely a site meant for beginners and people who want a simplified look at tech. no worries, and thanks for your input!

  6. slaktereika
    February 11, 2016 at 6:26 am

    Also, its is very easy to find and install 100% custom english rom without any bloatware, just google "bb72 x600". That's a perfect rom without any problems whatsoever. Please oh please, next time do a more than a skin deep user review but give this phone to someone who actually knows stuff about android and whose biggest qualification is not calling to service helpline but at least doing 10 minutes of googling.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 7:49 am

      yo, aight, y'ain't gotta be a jerk about it.

      first of all, i'm the android editor here. i literally use android for a living. my phone is rooted and i regularly flash custom ROMs. so, uh, yeah, i know stuff about android. ain't no need to attack me personally, that's just rude.

      second of all, when i googled for ROMs (for, yes, more than 10 minutes as you condescendingly said) i found close to nothing (but not nothing) as I noted in my review, because the XDA developer forums are the main location for finding ROMs and other mods for most english speakers. when i googled bb72, the only website with tons of info on it was in italian, and there was almost nothing on it on XDA. so yes, it exists, maybe it works well, but i'm not about flashing custom ROMs on review phones that we're going to give away, and it's still a major inconvenience and possibly unsafe to hunt for ROMs away from XDA. and despite the fact that the ROM has no issues for you, i have seen people reporting bugs online, and it's not guaranteed that it would fix my connectivity issues. and if you read the article, you'd know i didn't call the service helpline but sent emails including a recorded video of my screen because even i, as someone who has solved plenty of issues on android before and reviewed many devices, couldnt figure out why my data was working.

      aight, so chill.

      • slaktereika
        February 11, 2016 at 8:49 am

        That answer is basically "don't talk to me like you know me, puto!" :). You know, XDA is not ONLY single source. There is whole world wide web, and as for English speakers.. Oh hey, there is google translate that makes 90% of the stuff readable and making sense. For future reviews I will do you a favor and name even bigger and sometimes even deeper resource base especially for Chinese lesser brand phones - 4pda dot ru, with translate you can get around there pretty well.

        this sentence "This means you’ll have a hard time finding custom ROMs unless you know how to code and want to give it a shot yourself! Basically, if you’re looking for a phone to root, look elsewhere. " is just a steaming pile of nonsense - instruction for root and rom is like I said, 10 minutes of googling away.

        Now about taking it to personal level. I specifically checked you previous articles, you do write nice and SEO friendly texts, using popular keywords, amazon referal links, minideal, oppomart adds and great themes about things are popular right now - that is very well, and I don't have anything against it, you have to ear income to exist. This is job well done. But I do take it very personal when reviews come out like this - I expect from android editor really thorough and decent review, not just quick run down from the menus and clicking all the buttons.

        • Riley J. Dennis
          February 11, 2016 at 9:13 am

          lol i'm well aware of the internet and of google translate. but what is "possible" is not convenient for people and not a very popular option. how many americans do you think actually order sketchy chinese phones from random manufacturers then hunt for ROMs on non-English websites? a few, for sure, but it's not most people -- and those people who do that kind of stuff certainly don't me to tell them where to look. like, i literally didn't even have to mention rooting in this article, it was just a brief thing for those people who casually root by browsing XDA, which is still a relatively small group of people compared to everyone who's buying smartphones.

          and like, you take it personal when a website that has nothing to do with you publishes a review that you don't particularly like? that's weird. i don't go around to tech websites demanding all of their reviews are up to my standards. the thing is, y'ain't need to take it personal when anyone publishes anything online that doesn't concern you, and you certainly don't need to personally attack the others of said work.

          and, you know, a large amount of people are pretty happy with this review. most "a quick run down from the menus and clicking all the buttons" is a pretty condescending way of saying "used as my daily driver for multiple weeks". i'm just NOT going to buy and root phones and mess with them to that degree that we're then going to give away. i leave all the phones stock because we should be judging phones on their stock software, as that's how most consumers will use it. we write reviews for the average consumer looking for a device, not the 0.0001% of people who go and google translate random websites looking for ROMs. if you don't like that, you're welcome to find a super niche website that caters to that demographic, but we simply don't and it's absurd to say that we should because you demand it otherwise you'll be personally offended.

        • André Mendes
          February 15, 2016 at 3:50 pm

          Very well put

        • Slaktereika
          February 20, 2016 at 5:49 pm

          "we write reviews for the average consumer looking for a device" if you write reviews for customer who gets phone on yearly basis from one network or another, so I don't really understand your venture to deepest Chinese underground branches and even mentioning word "root" to this crowd as this is not something your "average consumer" would want do. After all, it would void the warranty. THE WARRANTY.

          Jeez just chill, my point is that this review while it reaches mythical "average customer" level by average, but SEO friendly reviewer, does not do any good moving it in any direction, and leaves that said customer looking for overpriced Korean or mainstream Chinese android phones, while for half of that amount of money, and few hours of your time, could get you a bargain.

  7. Anonymous
    February 10, 2016 at 7:51 am

    Looks good, may the win be with you!! :)

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 7:49 am

      and with you! :D

  8. Arbalath
    February 9, 2016 at 11:03 am

    That is just stupid and absolutely incompetent reviewer, who does not know how to check APN data. Port and PROXY values should be set to empty, your service provider automatically sent you wrong data. Fix this and you will have connection. Glad to help!

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 7:51 am

      hey, really? you're going to call me stupid and incompetent? i did check the APN data and fixed everything with the ports and proxy values. y'ain't gotta attack me personally just cause you didn't like me review. i regularly review phones and have never had this issue with any other phone. i'm sorry for whatever's going on in your life that makes you lash out at random strangers online like this. hope you get better soon <3

    • Andre Mendes
      February 15, 2016 at 4:22 pm

      I think you need a warm bath

  9. Thalassinos
    February 9, 2016 at 9:59 am

    I like it !

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 7:51 am

      cool !

  10. Richard McIntosh
    February 8, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    Hi , when you say it won't work on your 4g , is this despite entering the correct APN ? Do both slots work on 4g ? I'm sure you will have checked these things, I just wanted confirmation . Looks a lovely phone , 16 gb is enough for me , and if not there's always cloud storage ! Here's hoping!

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 7:52 am

      yep, i checked all that. i'm really stumped as to why it won't work. it did recognize my SIM in both slots though but had the same behavior.

  11. Anonymous
    February 7, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Nice prize. How do you enter?

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:14 am

      there should be a widget at the bottom of the article that allows you to enter -- it might not be showing if you have an ad blocker enabled, though?

  12. Anonymous
    February 7, 2016 at 12:21 am

    I would have to learn how to use a smart phone. This would be a good upgrade from my flip phone.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:14 am

      it's a nice upgrade, i promise :D

  13. ken
    February 6, 2016 at 2:18 am

    love it

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:14 am

      sweeeet :)

  14. Andre Mendes
    February 5, 2016 at 10:12 pm

    Great giveaway, I hope I finally win something :)

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:14 am

      thanks! i hope so too!

  15. Anonymous
    February 5, 2016 at 4:25 pm

    will 4G LTE band 7 work in USA ?

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:15 am

      depends on your carrier! you can look up all the carriers and their bands on wikipedia, something like "list of all carrier network bands" or something like that

  16. Kia
    February 5, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    Thanks for the great review. I would love to try it out if I win. Thank you!

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:15 am

      thank you! good luck!

  17. Peggy McIntosh
    February 5, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    I'd like to win this little beauty. I can overlook any minor flaws with a price like "free"!

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:15 am

      hahaha true!

  18. Ed
    February 5, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    I would definitely like to try it....

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:16 am

      good luck!

  19. Anonymous
    February 5, 2016 at 9:56 am

    I need it(((((

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:16 am

      best of luck to you then!

      • Anonymous
        February 11, 2016 at 1:11 pm


  20. Anonymous
    February 5, 2016 at 7:40 am

    So I'm winning it this time. Right? :3

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:16 am

      haha, hope so!

  21. Anonymous
    February 5, 2016 at 4:05 am

    Be sure to do your own research. I have evaluated a few of these no name brand phones, none of which will operated at US carrier 4G LTE speeds. They all were beautiful phones with some great characteristics and specs, but I could not get a one to operated at maximum speeds on any US carriers.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:16 am

      that's a bummer :/

  22. Sukumar
    February 5, 2016 at 3:22 am

    it is very beautiful and look like Iphone as you said with the lowest price. and all the features are quite amazing like metal finishing, button design, especially specs and the fine cutting....but i can suggest that if it has Fingerprint scanner. Anyhow its really nice Product and i like very much this design. Thanks

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:17 am

      this version doesn't have a fingerprint scanner, the X600, but there's another version (often called the Pro) that does have one!

  23. Anonymous
    February 5, 2016 at 1:27 am

    nice looking cellphone very handsome but the battery is not much for there figure, anyway I would love to win..

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:17 am

      it's true, battery was pretty meh. but hey a free phone is a free phone!

  24. Glenda
    February 4, 2016 at 11:46 pm

    Funny that an article further down on the email is about security.... Your Chinese Smartphone Might Have A Serious Security Problem
    A recently discovered vulnerability in many budget Chinese handsets, which could allow an attacker to gain root access, is currently a threat to owners of Android 4.4 KitKat devices.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:18 am

      lol i thought that was funny too. luckily this one is running 5.0 Lollipop!

  25. avis spencer
    February 4, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Would just love to have a phone, then i could stop borrowing others.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 11, 2016 at 9:18 am

      that'd be cool!

  26. AlvaroMtz
    February 4, 2016 at 10:45 am

    This phone looks beautiful :O

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:00 pm

      yeah it's pretty nice :D

  27. Edmond
    February 4, 2016 at 8:43 am

    . Wow, prize phone is fab. & splendid. 2 fingers snap. It is tight, fly & off the chain. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. :)

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:00 pm

      hahaha i see this comment on almost every giveaway and it makes me laugh everytime :)

  28. Gaurav Singh
    February 4, 2016 at 8:33 am

    hope to win :)

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:00 pm

      good luck !

  29. Anonymous
    February 3, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Good luck everyone.

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:00 pm

      seconded, good luck all !

  30. Anonymous
    February 3, 2016 at 7:42 pm

    Thanks for the opportunity
    Good luck to everyone!

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:01 pm

      anytime! and yep good luck!

  31. ghazi wali
    February 3, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    i wish i win

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:01 pm

      i'll be hoping for you too!

      • ghazi wali
        February 4, 2016 at 4:10 pm

        thank you

  32. Anonymous
    February 3, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    I hope to win this time

    • Riley J. Dennis
      February 4, 2016 at 4:01 pm

      i hope you win too!