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Nice phone it is! Im using the same one.
I bought this phone a week ago..... After getting the g4 plus...The honor 6x..... Zen phone max.....All within Best buy's 14 day return policy..... This phone beats them all!!!
Very fast...Very response.... People have complained about the UI (user interface), but after you get used to hitting the notification tab at the bottom where the recent app button is to get to your brightness settings and other things excetera. The phone comes with a case, has a plastic screen protector on it (until I can get my glass one) but good thing it comes with a case because there are only two or three options on Amazon.
All in all I think this phone is amazing and will be buying my next phone through this company. Might get the Pro 3 next because of the 4 gigabytes of RAM but it is almost Overkill. This phone is lightning fast and very well worth the $200 I paid for it. Very happy with this product period looking into buying one of their TVs now off of the website
josesanchez, 13 Mar 2017How did you get a custom ROM?there several guides and tutorials about flashing official and customs on le 2 at xda-developers.com
check xda forums, if interested.
josesanchez, 27 Jan 2017Battery life is somewhat bad, T-Mobile talk is somewhat choppy, but that comes from a phone w... moreI have using this phone. Battery timing is pretty awesome on customs roms. I am running MIUI 8. I get SOT of about 7+ hours.
HK, 27 Jan 2017HI, I am planning to buy this. Is the battery life that bad that I should avoid this phone... moreBattery life is somewhat bad, T-Mobile talk is somewhat choppy, but that comes from a phone with more than enough processing power. It lasts a day, but has quick charge 3 (the phone charges in 1 hour). If you do decide to buy it, wait a week, as they have (or had) frequent sales. I got this phone for $180, $70 less than regular.
How about notification bugs(first of all whatsapp/messenger/viber)? Did they fix it?
Synthax_, 08 Jan 2017The phone is amazing for its given price, but, I do find the battery life to be a little crapp... moreHI,
I am planning to buy this. Is the battery life that bad that I should avoid this phone?
The phone is amazing for its given price, but, I do find the battery life to be a little crappy, but this is coming from a heavy user (gaming, music, YouTube). Also the lack of a built in 3.5mm jack although it comes with an adapter for it. With that being said, it's a steal for the pricing point.
Any questions and concerns of the phone I can be contacted on ig at Synthax_
Based on other reviews I was concerned that I'd hate this phone. But for the price I paid (US$169), given its specs, I figured I'd take a chance. I agree that the EUI interface that comes on the phone is awkward.
However, I will say that downloading the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store makes all the difference, and actually makes this phone bearable. For that reason, I recommend the phone. Though I can't recommend this phone if you had to pay full price. But if you can get the phone at a discount, I say buy it!
Agnosto, 17 Nov 2016Bought this during the first flash sale and love the phone; I should have purchased the pro in... moreYou're not missing out on bigger battery. I hardly use the phone(standby the whole time) and still the batt is drained after 16 hours. This is after I cut off all background processes.
I am not sure it is the Android thing or LeEco thing, but this is sad.
My iPhone 6/6s/7, with thieir meager batteries of half the abobe capacity, will last 3 days with just phone calls when lowe-power mode is activated.
Again, it might be a combo of things, but Qualcomm 652 is supposed to take care of the batt drain situation.
I picked up an LG Tone headset and paired it with my S3 to great disappointment. The volume is only about half that of an iphone 6, therefore not loud enough. I'm trying to see if there's a way to work around this problem but nothing so far
Bro , Has any screen issue as like as Le 2 , I mean LeEco le s3 create any sound when you little hard press on the screen ?
Bought this during the first flash sale and love the phone; I should have purchased the pro in hindsight.
There are some headscratcher bloatware apps installed that mirror Google apps which are already on the phone but other than that the skin is pretty clean. They're pushing their ecosystem so you're also stuck with a "live" button at the bottom but it's easy to ignore and swiping left takes you to a video stream feed; not a deal killer for me either.
The phone is responsive, call quality is fine, the camera is nothing that will blow you away but I have a DSLR for real photography and just use phone cameras to "capture the moment" or throw-away pics that get posted on Facebook and the camera on this phone does a fine job here with the click to photo time being nearly instantaneous. I had an Amazon Firefone and you could lose shots with that piece of junk waiting for it to "click."
Oddly, I occasionally get phantom registers on the virtual buttons at the bottom (home, settings, etc.) but this happens infrequently and I'll assume that it's a software issue rather than hardware. One of their included apps is a "feedback" app which I used to report the issue and received an email from tech support the following day asking for more specific information. There's already been one software update since my purchase about 3 weeks ago so there's hope that they'll get this minor glitch sorted out at some point.
Overall, I like the phone and the price at sale was $149 so very reasonable for the specs (cheap really) and performance. After purchase, the phone was delivered within 3-4 days and the packaging was very attractive, giving the product a "premium" feel. I bought a screen-cover later which took almost 2 weeks for delivery (I'll assume it came from China rather than California) and the packaging involved on this simple product blew me away; an mdf-like (compressed cardboard maybe?) material case with a practice screen cover, screen wipe and other accessories included.
Battery life is a bit short but I'm a heavy user so it could just be me; another reason I should have bought the Pro for the larger battery. The phone charges quickly with the USB-C cord (the wall plug block included is a bit huge though).
I miss the headphone jack as my car doesn't have bluetooth but the included "dongle" works and I do own a bluetooth headset so no biggie there it just means I can't charge and listen in the car.
There are other features I haven't tried/not interested in like the included TV remote app (there's an IR blaster in the spot where the headphone jack would be).
Bought the S3 on the first flash sale, so I've had it a few days now.
Very impressed with the build quality, clean and clear screen. I'm still using the Eco skin it came with, as I don't believe you can make a judgement on UI without actually using it for a while!
Not hugely blown away by the included streaming content, frankly, so I wouldn't put that as a big feature. Limited and hard to find specific items. News from Fox, but nobody else.
Camera is good, excellent daytime shots although it doesn't cope well with high contrasts. It's a phone folks, not a SLR!
Battery life was initially very disappointing, only just got through the day, but a recent update has transformed that. As a quick example, I'm running dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth and location services, and after 3 hours I'm on 96% currently. Only 2 calls, though, so far today.
At $149 it is a steal. If LeEco go Tango Uniform tomorrow, I'll put a standard skin on it and still be very happy.
Phone is seemingly good. Feels really good in the hand with it's metal body.
The system performance is top notch. It scored 107 on the WebXPRT benchmark which is like a last gen flagship phone, all while staying cool to the touch. In addition the performance of the internal memory was blazing fast in the Androbench 5.0 benchmark, more than 300 MB/s sequential read and 100 sequential write.
The camera takes really good daytime shots and the night shots seem pretty reasonable for a phone in this class. The screen is adequately bright and looks pretty accurate if a little blue. Call quality is just fine, as is LTE and WiFi reception. Loudspeaker is bottom firing, loud and pretty full. Battery life is better than my outgoing phone and wholly adequate.
Software is the big weakness, I've been using comparably lightly skinned Android OS versions and this will take a lot of getting used too. There are a few things I like, but many more that are poorly implemented or intrusively designed. Most annoyingly, unlike my Nexus 5, I cannot search settings for keywords or intuitively navigate the notification menu.
Lastly, unlike the specifications on the website, my phone's box came with a clear TPU phone case. A very nice inclusion, but notably absent from the product description.
I'd recommend this to a friend, but make sure they can handle the UI first.