I am back with a smartphone review after a long time. And in this post I am going to review a smartphone brand which has taken the Indian market by storm within just few months of its entry.
The brand I am writing about is LeTV - an interactive platform for entertainment databases that provides movies, animations, news and lifestyle information etc.
The latest addition to LeEco's breakthrough superphones is LeEco Le 2 which is packed with first class features in a budget.
I tested the smartphone over a period of 3 weeks and I am here with my thoughts and experience with LeEco Le 2.
I would be covering the Review over majorly three aspects : Design, Camera and Battery Life. Let's look at how the superphone fares over these aspects -
Design & Features :
Le 2 flaunts a 5.5 inch 1080 full HD display with a real-time touch screen and Blue filter technology which showcases each detail very clearly, giving a crisp and sharp look to all the apps or pictures you are using on the superphone.
I received the superphone in a Rose Gold shade which looks more exquisite with the all-metal uni-body design and a slim & sleek body.
Le 2 also happens to be lighter than its predecessor with width of just 0.3 mm and faintly rounded edges. It comes with internal storage of 32GB with 3 GB RAM.
|LeEco Le 2 flatlay|
LeEco Le 2 is packed with a 16-MP rear camera with dual-LED flash and a 8-MP front camera. The front camera is surprisingly sharp and helps get very bright and clear shots. The Beauty mode of the camera helps get an even-toned look by smoothing the complexion.
|Selfie from the LeEco Le 2 Front Camera|
|Selfie from Le 2 front camera with Beautify mode|
|Le 2 Rear camera click|
One of the interesting parts of the superphone is that you can use the Fingerprint scanner to click selfies as well.
|Dress : StalkBuyLove|
Wedges : Charles & Keith
Hairband : Forever 21
Sunglasses : Forever 21
Watch : Daniel Wellington
The LeEco Le 2 features a 3,000mAh battery which makes it strong enough to last an average day (clicking selfies, using Whatsapp and checking mails) without having to charge it.
Le 2 also has a Quick charging feature which sometimes makes the device heat up while charging so I prefer charging it using the normal mode which makes the battery last for 7-8 hours.
|Photography : Tina Pandher|
Location c/o : Golden Tulip, Chandigarh
Overall, I found the LeEco Le 2, priced at Rs 11,999, a great-value-for-money device packed with amazing features, attractive design and a decent camera in budget.
You also get first year membership of LeEco free which gives you an access to a wide range of audio and video content through apps like LeVidi and LIVE.
What are your thoughts about the Le 2? Let me know in the comments below!
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