Windows 8.1 InnJoo Leap 2 Review and Specs


I believe with utmost knowledge and without doubt that probbaly you have hear about InnJoo Note or Note Pro for that matter. A gadget full of awesome features that you would do anythng just to have them within your reach. A gadget tha comes with a 2GB RAM and lots of internal storgae capacity og upto 16GB. You also probably have had a lending ear or eye to the InnJoo F2 Tablet which is also unique with 1GB of RAM and 8GB ROM.

Today our focus goes to Innjoo Leap 2 is a followup of the first generation Innjoo Leap. InnJoo Leap 2 essentially adds 3G connectivity that offers more versatility to this tablet. One that supports 3G is really a good one and one in many which makes InnJoo Leap 2 to stand out.

InnJoo Leap 2 start screen on windows 8.1

Display and Design

Innjoo Leap 2 features an 8-inch IPS display with 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. The display is bright indoors and outdoors. You can adjust the screen brightness manually via the Appearance and Personalisation settings of the control panel. Like in laptop PCs, their is a different brightness setting for operating the Innjoo Leap 2 on battery and a different one for when power supply is connected.


InnJoo Leap 2 comes with a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera. These features are quite somehow good though you shouldn’t be proud of such. The camera that is the rear one lacks the flash and also the auto-focus is unavailable.

OS & Performance

InnJoo Leap 2 runs on Windows 8.1 OS with both the desktop and the start screen. With the latest hardware requirement released by Microsoft for Windows 10, the Leap2 will be upgradeable to Windows 10. Innjoo Leap 2 boasts of a 1.33GHz quad-core Intel Bay Trail processor with Intel HD graphics.It comes with 1GB of RAM which however helps it run somehow smoothly than other gadgets.

Innjoo Leap 2 comes loaded with apps for Mail, Maps, Skype, Weather, Calendar, OneDrive, and so on. You can download more at the store, but remember that you have just 9.5GB to fit everything, that a bit limits the amount of data that you wish to download but how many games or apps will you install? Go for what you use not what everyone has or has ever used.