Powered by the MediaTek’s Helio X10 mobile chipset that's paired with 3GB of RAM, the Le 1S performs quite well. The device scores good numbers in synthetic benchmark tests. In fact, the benchmark scores of the Le 1S might deceive you into believing that it's a higher mid-range smartphone.
The device managed to score 53,898 in AnTuTu Benchmark which reflects its overall performance. To test the graphics performance, we tested it using the 3DMark app where it scored a decent 11,705 points. The browsing experience, metal performance, and multi-core strength of the Le 1S were tested using Vellamo benchmark suite in which it scored well.
Coming to the real-life performance, the smartphone did exceptionally well in gaming, especially considering its price point. Almost all the games ran quite well with no noticeable frame drops. We played graphics intensive games such as the Asphalt 8, the Modern Combat, the Gun Bros II, and the Unkilled, and all these games ran without any hassle. However, the device tends to get hot after prolonged gaming sessions.
Except for minor transition delays and slight heat-ups during intense gaming, none of the issues in the device interrupt the user experience. Speaking about the fingerprint sensor on the smartphone, it works fine and is quick and accurate. However, one might have to unlock the device using the password/PIN provided after few unsuccessful fingerprint scans.
The Le 1S comes with dual-SIM 4G connectivity and the device latches onto 4G networks without any issues. It supports dual-stand-by mode which works well for managing both the SIM cards simultaneously. The device has good network reception and the call quality on the device is loud, audible, and clear.