Letv user, 03 Dec 2017Snap is x620 3gb ram helio is x626 4gb ramGreat phone really
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This is amazing fone i have , totally complete what i need , like rear camera with high resulotion , 4gb ram , fast charging , fast fingerprint read , large battery , and most important capacitive button with with led. highly recomended
Guys can someone enlighten me regarding the diff between x626 snap 625 and x626 helio x20. which is better?
Mrbert74, 08 Sep 2017This phone would get 5 stars except for the following: 1.) The LeEco forums are dead. *I di... moreAPN settings on straight talk depends on the towers you are on. Straight talk is reseller company they rent towers from major carriers like At&t, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. APN you are giving is for T-Mobile towers.
bakanau, 17 Nov 2017hoooww 8 9 hours sot ... how can you do this?My settings are as follows
- Brightness Slider set to 25%
- Selected notifications are allowed
- Power Management Enabled for apps having background processes (e.g. Facebook, Messenger or any SOCMED apps.
- Don't keep activities enabled in Developer Option
- Disabling Chinese Bloatware Apps
- Chinese apps not permitted for notification access
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Hi. I'm looking into buying the Le S3 with Helio X20 chipset but my network provider requires FDD-LTE band 5 (850mhz). Can anyone confirm that the Helio X20 version of this phone supports LTE band 5? Thank you.
Hi folks! Please let me know whether LTE tech available for both SIM's . If anyone knows this phones newer release , which has 21MP . And i want to know about it. PLEASE reply
Have acquired the phone just recently.
The unit I got is LeEco X626 with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of Storage (28GB free)
Battery is ample for me, for 3000mah on standby for three hours, battery percentage just go down from 100% to 98% (Full Brightness)
Build is impressive as this is an all metal build.
Well designed for me based on using it my hand although I'm still adjusting my grip to it as I do have not-so-small hands.
My worry with regards to this unit are force restarts if the phone hangs up as I am used to phones with removable battery, that's what I usually do.
Currently transitioning to this; "removable to non-removable", although I like the device very much as the device is quite slim (7.5mm).
Camera is quite good as far as the ones I've tested.
(IPhone 5S, Asus Zenfone Go and XRN4X)
SOT with WIFI ON would be 8-9 hours depending on what is displayed on the screen
SOT with DATA ON would be 6-7 hours for gaming.
Quick Charge really delivers what it should be, got 60% in about 25-30mins.
Using N Launcher as the default launcher as this allows me to hide those chinese bloat ware apps as those can't be uninstalled unless you root the phone.
Disabled all unnecessary apps already, as for now this review is just preliminary.
Currently device is under observation as I have just updated its OS to the latest one which was 5.9.x.x Stable.
Hoping for this device to last the worth it was purchase.
PS. Device was purchased from LAZADA for 5000PHP or 100$ more or less.
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