Continued....

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Originally Posted by gadgetguy1111 View Post
Does anyone know if the battery cover will have to be removed in order to reset the device?
Also, how does the T9 number pad layout look like? Reason for asking is that if it has only 3 columns of numbers (vs 4 columns with the 4th column as function keys (eg toogle between T9, move left, move right), then it may not be easy to text using the number pad given that the thumb will have to cover quite some distance to move from one end to the other of the 4.3" screen. Thanks.

According to the 1st part of ur question, so far I haven’t sen any Clear Storage kinda app, as in Diamond II to soft rest the device. For such action yes, u have to remove battery’s metal case to do that. See pics l8r on @ this post. As for the keyboard which ur mentioning, lads, lets be serious, they keyboard is damn big and nicely put, nobody will even have problems, composing an SMS, searching the web and so, it will be damn easy to do that. Blv me in full 3 keyboard formats (Qwerty, Full Qwerty, classic one) all of them are designed for best user-experience purposes in all terms and actions. Trust me.


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Originally Posted by tbfl View Post
crossing my fingers for an 850 band SOMEWHERE....

That’s another huuuuge issue as far as I can see, of 850Mhz support band or not. I said it before and I am gonna make it clear once more, hoping to be the last time. I dunno, if Leo will finally travel across the Atlantic in order to reach and hit the US market, but in terms of connectivity support, it’s a Quad band bar cell, so do see the specs which follow and understand that in case Leo won’t make it to US (for any other marketing reasons I mentioned before)still will be fully support from CDMA2000 available bands that US supports and uses accordingly.


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Originally Posted by grandpanda View Post
One more question about the screen. Is it a glass screen like Iphone? Thanks.

The screen, yes like all the other cell’s components which are made of high quality materials, I can confirm that it’s made out of glass, but please that’s a not iPhone thread to keep on mentioning or comparing to, all the time.


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Originally Posted by bloedfisch View Post
Hello B3ler3fonte!
Thank you for the informations we are waiting for. I´ve got a question, too. Is it possible to switch on the DualLED in the Videomode? Can you please test ist? Thank you very much!

Tested and confirmed that Leo’s Dual LED Flash works like a charm in video mode my friend



Video Results (Continued)


Now continuing m8’s bogdatov initial request on page 9 of this thread, for an actual general video and system benchmark using Leo, I posted u the results few days ago, as these came along using SPB Benchmarking, along with CorePlayer for video benchs. But as I was informed couple of days ago by friend ranmasaotome510, some parts of information were missing, which I and he believed will be useful for further investigation and notice as well. They are NOT new benchs, just extra video files info, in order for you to have a clearer image of the bench itself regarding the videos. So, what I am posting below is just the rest of the video info I forgot to show u along with a new benchmark, using the latest Coreplayer (v1.3.6.Build.7427) and with guidance of ranmasaotome510 once more, of an H264 Quality video.I must mention that coz video is a long lasting one (24mins), what is posted are just results of 3.40mins, which as I was informed even 1.30 would have been more than enough, but I prolonged it a bit more . I bet that was something that most of us wanted to see!!So both are being presented as follows. At this point I have to say a big “thnx” to ranmasaotome510 for his great help, contribution and the interest he showed to me so far. Cheers my friend! U were of a great help Much appreciated!


Matrix Trailers Results (As Previously Posted) on Core Player 1.3.2 version


RL_XQ_640x480_1500_128.avi
--> 232.99 / Video Frames: 3635
RL_MQB_320x240_512_128.avi --> 477.69 / Video Frames: 3634
RL_HQ_640x352_1024_128.avi --> 209.79 / Video Frames: 3635


Video Specs:



RL_XQ_640x480_1500_128.avi


Container

File Length Correct / OpenDML (AVI v2.0 / Interleave: 1 vid frame (42 ms), preload=522
Audio frames: Split across interleaves / Video: 26.7 MB (91.49%) / Audio: 2.30 MB (7.91%)
AVI Overhead: 181 KB (0.61%)

Audio

0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3/ 44100Hz 128 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo

Video

Codec: XVID / Name: XviD 1.0 RC4 (Hola) / Length: 2:31.460 / Frames: 3,635 / Kbps: 1478 / Frames: 24.000


RL_MQB_320x240_512_128.avi

Container

File Length Correct / OpenDML (AVI v2.0) / Interleave: 1 vid frame (42 ms), preload=522
Audio frames: Split across interleaves / Video: 18.4 MB (88.14%) / Audio: 2.30 MB (11.02%)
AVI Overhead: 181 KB (0.84%)

Audio

0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3 / 44100Hz 128 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo

Video

Codec: DX50 / Name: DivX 5.1.1 (Maupiti) / Length: 2:31.460 / Frames: 3,635 / Kbps: 1022 Frames: 24.000


RL_HQ_640x352_1024_128.avi

Container

File Length Correct / OpenDML (AVI v2.0) / Interleave: 1 vid frame (42 ms), preload=522
Audio frames: Split across interleaves / Video: 18.4 MB (88.14%) / Audio: 2.30 MB (11.02%)
AVI Overhead: 181 KB (0.84%)

Audio

0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3 / 44100Hz 128 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo

Video

Codec: DX50 / Name: DivX 5.1.1 (Maupiti) / Length: 2:31.460 / Frames: 3,635 / Kbps: 1022 Frames: 24.000



[DB]_Bleach_238_[7557A643].avi (720p/H264)



Container

File Length Correct / Multipart OpenDML AVI (2 parts), "rec list" style / (114 frames in first part, 34439 frames follow) / Interleave: 371 ms (8.9 v.frames), preload=216 / Audio frames: Aligned on interleaves

Audio

0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3 / 44100Hz 128 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo

Video

Codec: H264 / Name: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC / Length: 24:01.137 / Frames: 34,553 / Kbps: 861 / Frames: 23.976



Core Player Results on 720p/H264 video (under v1.3.6.Build.7427)


Average Speed : 121.58% / Video Frames: 6434 / Audio Samples: 12885846 / Amount of Data: 41463Kb / Bench Time: 03.40.723 / Bench Frame Rate: 29.150 / Bench Sample Rate: 58380 / Bench Data Rate: 1.54Mbits