The specs look great for the price. Another competitor to the Xiomi and Micromax YU line. But how is the battery life, software and after sales service?
I ãlmost líkê this mobile but battery must be atleast 4000mah plzzz do some thing:)
Hey, i have seen many reputed reviewers on YouTube complaining about a creaking sound when screen is pressed with moderate pressure. They say it raises a serious quality control issue. Their opinions have made me doubtful about buying this phone.
Kassim, 20 Jun 2016Memory is expandable? can any1 replyNo memory is not exandable
Anup Sinha, 20 Jun 2016so which is best? indian ya Chinese plz reply fastIndian version witb SD 652 is better.
How is battery backup and camera of le2 as compared to redmi note 3.as I m using redmi note 3 now can i switch to le2?Is it better than RN3??
price of lee pro is very on the higher side. should be less than 16K. Lee 2 pip is low
i have some bad news for those who are planing to buy this phone..it is having some quality issue on the screen,it bends in when you press the screen to much which is really bad ..this is actually a quality control issue..please have a look at the reviews at youtube if you dont trust me,
Victor P Kachhap, 18 May 2016biggest draw back.. Type-C 1.0 reversible connector headphone!!! wer ll i get if this 1 get da... moreMost probably, they will provide it. Or, soon you will start getting third party adapters or headphones.
Anonymous, 04 May 2016Buy Redmi Note 3 Snapdragon Version with 3 Gb Ram , 4050 Li-Polymer battery. Perfect phonePerfect or not, it is the better option for people who need expandable memory and more battery. Perfect :)
mordar, 03 May 2016also u must consider this point with that price of le2, u can only buy mobile with helio x... moreIt has been mentioned any where you look that this device has no expandable sdcard option.
RishiGuru, 22 Apr 2016My thoughts about CDLA tech which pumps out digital audio out of the Type-C port:
What LeEc... moreHaving read such a clean and detailed opinion, I would have assumed that you had the sense to wait till you see or hear something about the headphones before you call it 'super fail'.
It is true that no details have been given yet about the brand of chips in use. But, seeing that it has been proven to work even with other devices, it might be similar to standard USB headphones. This could mean that you might be able to use devices manufactured by companies specializing in audio hardware. ie. at some point (most probably within months, as JBL already announced theirs) you will be able to buy the headphone of your choice from your favourite manufacturer and use it with this phone.