can anyone please confirm does it has a Radio & SD Card slot is expandable ???
AnonD-527985, 04 May 2016Well real audiophiles won't directly line-out from a phone anyway. They either have a PMP (por... moreI have found there are currently many smartphones available in the market that can beat many a well known PMPs and USB-mounted sound card/amp devices, leaving those ultra expensive ones. I for one have given up using my Fiio X3 after owning a Vivo X5Max. Subjectively I have found X5Max have better audio quality than Fiio X1 and as good as X3.
But then you will argue I am not an audiophile, which I am not. I am just a music lover.
RishiGuru, 04 May 2016It is not necessary to remove the 3.5mm audio jack in-order to make a thin phone. The thinnest... moreWell real audiophiles won't directly line-out from a phone anyway. They either have a PMP (portable music player) or a USB-mounted sound card/amp device.
I carry a iBasso if I need good quality music for my custom-molded IEM.
AnonD-506570, 01 May 2016Now that was an education about sound, very formative. Thank you. :)
AnonD-527985, 03 May 2016A USB-C to 3.5mm converter is in-box. Pretty sad that it got rid of the 3.5mm but it is necess... moreIt is not necessary to remove the 3.5mm audio jack in-order to make a thin phone. The thinnest phone in the world Vivo X5Max (China version) came with a 3.5mm jack while having thickness of just 4.7mm. The LeEco Le Max 2 on the other hand is a fat beast at 7.99mm thickness and could have easily come with 3.5mm jack.
It is just a marketing ploy that LeEco wants us to buy their headphones along with their phone. Audiophile communities have already had a big laugh at the CDLA audio transmission tech of LeEco.
AnonD-529416, 27 Apr 2016no dual tone flash,no laser autofocus, no 3.5 jack, no card slot, no IR and what not... there ... moreA USB-C to 3.5mm converter is in-box. Pretty sad that it got rid of the 3.5mm but it is necessary to get the phone thinner.
Just saw that the LeEco Max 2 is already in stock at Wonda Mobile.
They have a photo of the box bottom and the model name is X820.
No more 3.5mm earphone plug but a USB-C converter is included, also it is dual nano SIM now.
AnonD-529416, 27 Apr 2016no dual tone flash,no laser autofocus, no 3.5 jack, no card slot, no IR and what not... there ... moreThis phone is a game changer it competes again Sampson at seven and wins that battle when the iPhone 7 will come out I'm not even sure who's going to take an upper hand there even though I like iPhone
And that is for better I'm doing or of 12 wireless headphones and seven wired headphones for me it's absolutely no biggie not having this feature and for many others like me as well
View presentation leeco le max 2.
On the iPhone 7 removed 3.5 jack.
Hi. Does there anyone, who already has kept the phone in own hands? What about camera quality?
AnonD-529481, 23 Apr 2016If the 6 gb version comes to India within a price tag of 25k to 28k.Then it will be MI 5 killer.no because it lacks 1 weapon: 3.5mm jack
no dual tone flash,no laser autofocus, no 3.5 jack, no card slot, no IR and what not... there is lot missing... wish they had this all..
maxxx9, 25 Apr 2016you do get a usb c to 3.5 converter in the boxAnd what does it do? How come the digital audio signal from usb gets converted to analog audio through 3.5mm jack? Does the converter uses some audio chip to do this work? Are these chips which denotes final sound quality so crappy that LeEco forget to mention it? It seems so.