Neeraj, 30 Nov 2016Hey do you buy the phone how it works plzz rplyy Wow its really gud
Really,Lemax 2 has a very bad fingerprint sensor , it doesn't works. and the 21 MP camera doesn't act like 21 MP . The slo-mo video is very poor, yes, the look of this mobile is pretty but I can't stand it without the back cover because of the camera hump on the back. and the battery drain is very fast, but the gaming performance is very good , it doesn't lag when you play heavy games. At the last , the eui of the mobile is very bad , the eui doesn't supports lot of customisation options the
It is an excellent phone. Don't know why people are giving so bad reviews. No finger print issue. Very fast, high resolution screen, awesome camera, great battery time. Can't ask for more.
Le max is nt good I tried hanging problem after eui update nd touch..wt is solution this prob?
Priya ..., 31 Aug 2016This phone is so much ..nice & cool awesome ..Really
shilran, 27 Jul 2016Oopz... no gorilla glass protection? :OIt has gorilla glass or other protective glass search youtube.
Priya ..., 31 Aug 2016This phone is so much ..nice & cool awesome ..Hey do you buy the phone how it works plzz rplyy
Priya ..., 31 Aug 2016This phone is so much ..nice & cool awesome ..Hi friends I need for u r help
Are you sure this mobile processing very cool or not and front camera flash yes or not please answer
Yes there is cm 13 for this flagshipp i have the same smartphone and i flashed cm 13 it,s great and battery is longer lasting and antutu is much higher
Karen, 10 Aug 2016How come this phone has no SAR? We need to know if le eco phones are safe to use.If it's allowed to be sold then it's safe to use. The actual SAR value is completely useless and can't be used for anything.
How come this phone has no SAR? We need to know if le eco phones are safe to use.
sachi, 14 Jun 2016Can USB type C headphones audio be amplied by tweaking power outputs of type C port ? Is it po... moreHi Sachi,
The 3.5 mm port/ pin has been in existence since the early days of sound recording / broadcasting. We have listened on headphones through the 3.5 mm port provided on pocket radios, portable cassette players, etc.
In these cases the sound information was recorded on a magnetic tape in a method called 'Analogue Recording'. When the tape was played back in player, the tape-head ( also a magnet ) created tiny currents as it 'read' the magnetic field on the tape. These tiny currents also called 'signals' , are then amplified by the electronics inside the player to a strength sufficient enough to vibrate the large box speakers or the tiny speakers of our earphones.
After the arrival of Digital Technology, sound recording went digital and the analogue sound signals were converted to digital information through devices called ADCs ( Analogue-Digital Converters).
This enabled sound recordings to be stored as binary files on a hard-disk or the pen-drive. These are the Mp3 files that we have on our mobiles.
During playback on our mobile Phone, the binary files are reconverted to Analogue signals through devices called DACs ( present inside the phone) and then amplified and fed to our earphones through the 3.5 mm jack.
The Type- C is a technological advancement. The reconversion mentioned above now takes place in the earphones itself. The DAC and the amplifier chips are moved into the earphones and the conversion done very close to the ear. This is expected to improve the quality of sound dramatically.
Further, this connector has more pins than the earlier USB connectors. The extra pins will now allow data to enter the phones. Future earphones may come with sensors to measure our pulse or temperature near our neck/ ear and transmit the vital information back to the phone through the earphone cable!
Now to your question of connecting the audio to an external amp.
The designers of the Type- C have already reserved two pins for providing the traditional Analogue stereo sound. This can be accessed through a small adaptor which manufacturers will soon start selling as the new earphones become more popular. With these adaptors one can plug in their existing earphones or connect to an external amp.
And with numerous Bluetooth spkrs/ systems available, now this requirement may also fade in future.
Hope the info was useful.