As you might already know, the LeEco Le Max 2 - which was unveiled back in April this year - comes in 4GB as well as 6GB RAM variants. But, only the 4GB variant has been available for purchase all this while. That, however, will soon change as the company has started accepting pre-orders for the 6GB version.
Pre-orders can be placed on the Chinese company's official online store, with deliveries expected in next 2-3 weeks, meaning you should be able to get your hands on the device by this month's end.
It's worth mentioning that the device is expected to land in India next week (June 8 to be precise), although it is least likely that the 6GB variant will be available at launch.
Check your facts. Google it. Leeco is much much bigger company than Oneplus. They have a ecosystem that they want to combine with their mobile phones. Don't just write.
Lol. Check displaymate or anandtech for facts and you'd see that you're wrong. The normal display is over saturated but you can change it to basic mode. Wait, I've said this before. Its like speaking to a wall. And now you're saying that keeping...
Whites look pink, colors oversaturated are all well known facts. Demo units of IPS don't get burn in, most people keep the screen bright so it representative to what happens over time.