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The Landvo L550 SmartPhone

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The landvo L550 is a competitively priced smartphone that runs on the Android operating system. The Landvo is comparable to many other smartphones that are on the market today including the Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Experia M and the motorola nexus 6.

All of these other phones share some very similar attributes with the Landvo L550 – importantly they are all running on the same Android operating system and as such are extremely fast, intuitive and flexible in terms of how the software can be used.

The great thing about the Landvo L550 and the thing that sets it aside from its competitors is its price which comes in under £100. Compared to the typical price of other comparable smartphones this is extremely cheap especially considering that you are essentially getting the same product and the same user experience.

If we go “under the hood” of the Landvo L550 we will see a Cortex A7 Octa core processor (that’s 8 cores) that runs at 1.4ghz – this is a very impressive clock speed for a mobile phone processor and will make the phone very fast when performing everyday tasks as well as making it extremely responsive. In addition to the processors clock speed, the fact that it is an octa core means that it is also very efficient. Whilst you might think this is just 8 cores it is not – in fact its actually 2 quad core processors squeezed into a single chip, the two processors work together to intelligently distribute tasks with the aim of preserving battery life. This means that not only is the phone very fast and responsive but it has a very long life between charges.

The Landvo L550 also comes with 1GB of RAM installed – this is what allows the phone to perform multiple operations at the same time and makes it very good at multi-tasking. The phone also comes with 8GB ROM which is used for storage of files and operating system components.

8GB is more than it sounds and is sufficient for most every day uses of the smart phone, however if you need more space – perhaps for photos, music and other storage requirements then the phone is capable of taking a 64GB expansion card as well – this can be purchased fairly cheaply, inserted into the phone giving it a total of 72GB of storage space which is ample for storing large amounts of music, pictures and also films.

The screen is QHD-LCD and supports advanced functions such as two touch point for features like zooming in and out.

The phone also has two cameras – 2mb on the front and 8mb on the back, built in GPS as well as the facility to accept two sim cards for multi network support.

Taking all of the points into consideration the phone is extremely robust, feature rich and also powerful whilst having an affordable price tag at less than £100 making it a fantastic purchase option.

About the author: Rick Lomas, a internet addict, researcher, publisher, bass player and search engine optimisation expert from England, but now living in The French Alps. Rick can help sell your products and services online, publish books and pretty much anything like that.

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