Smaller than LG’s G-series of phablet, the LEON is a smaller device (with a screen size of 4.5 inches) that packs in a usable checklist of features for price-minded users.The phone features a 5 megapixel camera with a VGA front-facing camera. While it’s not the best camera we’ve seen, but with careful composing and attention to lighting images should be usable. Storage is handled by a microSD card, which is capable of handling cards up to 32GB, making it capacious enough for most, unless you’re a power user (and if you were a power user, chances are you’d be in the market for a flagship device).
The phone is 802.11b/g/n enabled and should be compatible with most public and private hotspots while also equipped with Android 5.0, Lollipop installed. The device also comes with a 1.2 Ghz processor, making it usable for all but the most demanding apps.The LEON also includes some features found in LG’s more expensive G-series, such as Gesture Shot which allows users to take a shot using a hand gesture, a handy feature to have for selfies or photos using the self-timer. It also offers KnockOn in which a user can set a series of knocks on the phone to unlock the device and QuickMemo+ for taking notes during a call.