Here, we provide you LeEco Le 2 Review, which will help you to know that Le 2 mobile phone is good to buy or not. LeEco is to China’s Entertainment sector what the TATA group is to the Indian market. It’s often been termed as China’s Netflix. After starting as a video streaming service primarily, it has invested into all spheres of technical advances- Bluetooth speakers, TV manufacturing, hardware space etc. to name a few. Talking about sweeping everything, it has a driverless smart car too, now that’s something we call production on a HUGE scale.
LeEco Le 2 Review
LeEco Le 2 Design, Display, Hardware Review
LeEco Smartphone’s Hardware has always stressed on providing a steely experience to their users and they seem to have been pretty successful this time also. LeEco Le 2 Design resembles LeEco Le 1 in its body type. It has a uniform metal body. It’s relatively easy to use with 74.6% of the front area covered by display. Even though it doesn’t seem too ‘large’ if we compare it with Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 etc., but still using it with one hand might not be that easy. To make your grip easy, LeEco Le 2 has chipped edges along the side edges, still rigid and upright; this handset has some improvement in this regard. The looks of this Smartphone are although not ‘out of this world’, but the chipped edges against the smooth matte metal chassis, adds to the Smartphone’s looks. Right underneath the camera panel on the rear side is the fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint sensor is not the fastest but accurate enough for the user to directly unlock the device without using the power button too often. The glass looks rigid. There is a removable cover in order to access at the SIM card and micro SD slots. The buttons on the side of the phone are precise.
With an accepted standard 5.5 inch display panel and 1080×1920 pixels resolution LeEco Le 2 Display packs a Full HD, IPS LCD display panel. Le 2 excels the general standard by reproducing a depth of colors on it. The Le 2 display panel is sharp and rich in color detail and also very pleasant to look at. The top is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 screen protection, which is layered smoothly on top making the overall touch fluid like. The only con that the display has is the brightness level. LeEco Le 2 Handset works smoothly when you are inside, but outside in a bright sunny day you may face the problem due to the low brightness level. Adding to the problem is the reflective surface of the display. But apart from that display of LeEco Le 2 is of high quality.
LeEco Le 2 Audio Review
LeEco Le 2 Smartphone Audio intends to establish its own lossless audio standard via USB-C-port-powered headphones. To make it work it work, LeEco has introduced CDLA (Continual Digital Lossless Audio) complying headphones at Rs.1990 price. This technique although new, is a revolution in itself. By using USB-C port playback of lossless and heavier increases due to an increase in the rate of data transfer. Adding to that CDLA gives cleaner audio tracks by decreasing signal-to-noise ratio. The disadvantages are- LeEco is not compatible with most of the headphones as it uses USB-C port. You cannot play the audio on headphones when the Le 2 is charging and vice-versa. The CDLA technology might prove tricky at start but it’s a thing for the future and sure to improve the sound quality on the Smartphone’s in coming days.
LeEco Le 2 Software Review
The Le 2 runs on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). It also has a eUI 5.6 custom ROM. This makes Le 2 different from other Android displays. All capacitive buttons are backlit, drop-down notification panel will only read the latest notifications, and there is no app drawer.
LeEco Le 2 Software also houses many pre-installed apps like- LeView, Live and LeVidi. LeVidi brings best videos from Hungama, YuppTV and Eros Now. Live is for watching live television. LeView shows a designed list of videos, stories and other content from all the websites to watch.
Well integrated octa-core Snapdragon 652 SoC, blend with 3GB RAM, X8 LTE modem, Hexagon 680 DSP, 32GB internal storage and Adreno 510 GPU keep this LeEco Le 2 Handset’s performance level high. Even when you do something which is graphic or processor intensive, still Hexagon 680 DSP takes care of background applications.
Although LeEco Le 2 Battery supports fast charging 2.0, but still its battery backup is not its USP. Le 2 is backed by a 3000mAh battery. Studies and tests have proven that although it charges rapidly but the speed at which loses its charge is also significant.
LeEco Le 2 Camera Review
LeEco Le 2 Camera sports a 16MP rear camera with dual a phase detection auto-focus and dual LED and an 8MP front camera. Le 2 uses OV 16880, Omnivision’s 2015 image sensor. Le 2 preserves the color details quite accurately. In brightly lit surroundings it secures the sharpness and saturation of the image. LeEco Le 2’s camera is fast enough to capture fleeting moments. There is a problem with Le 2 however; high noise and lack of sharpness ruin the color details. The camera takes time to initiate and it also takes time to save the pictures. Besides that it’s satisfactory to say the most.
LeEco Le 2 User Review – Final Verdict
If your priorities are premier camera quality or battery backup, we suggest you should look for something else. But if you wish that both should be of manageable standards, than LeEco Le 2 is the perfect handset in its price for you. The value proposition it brings is remarkable. Its display is rich and vibrant. It’s fast to use with Snapdragon 652 SoC and 3GB RAM, its looks are good, and it has a smooth and functional UI. The CDLA technology in future is expected to change infotainment on Smartphone for good. In Rs. 11,999, this is the best deal in terms of a budget Smartphone in the Market right now. Do tell us how you feel about our LeEco Le 2 Review in the comments below and share with us, which product you want us to review next.