Software updates suck, even for apple and samsung. You better stick to what you have as default till you get the next device.
.alpha, 12 Aug 2016This is why Samsung gave Note 4 (non-Lite) 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage in China. Chinese phon... moreNote 4 never had 6GB of ram and neither 128GB of storage. What it had was a better modem, that allowed for Cat. 9 LTE speeds back then. It had a 64GB storage version tough, but it was still 3GB of ram.
They will make the first and ONLY 200 phones and go make the next set of 200 phones with extra hardware features. You may finally get engineering sample and thats about it. You will be at the mercy of some custom ROM folks out in the wild
Andy T urfer, 12 Aug 2016To those commenting about better battery life - I have a solution - BUILD THICKER PHONES! I do... moreI actually prefer a thin and light phone. But the battery should be easy to expand. Moto Mods seems the best solution for that at the moment. Battery cases are bulky and power banks are cumbersome and inefficient.
This is why Samsung gave Note 4 (non-Lite) 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage in China. Chinese phones are already way better than Samsung's flagship and cheaper too.
To those commenting about better battery life - I have a solution - BUILD THICKER PHONES! I don't know why everyone wants such thin mobile phones. Personally, I'd prefer a thicker and chunkier phone if it mean longer battery life.
andrewuna, 12 Aug 2016I'm currently using the LeEco Le 1s, it's currently faster than any phone at its price range o... moreYou need to understand our current battery technology have come to a halt for many years now. Notging we can do. Nothing engineer can do either. You want battery innovation? Then all smartphone will need to adopt a new battery format-if any engineer ever invent one to replace the bulky Li-ion and Li-Po battery that make designs limited. We need thin and powerful battery that can lasts weeks. Well, at least we change micro usb to usb type c. That a good start. So far we can only improve on the charging speed. Battery wise, we got nothing.
Please someone make android or better os and hardware phone lifetime until 3 days that only use 1500-2000mah battery.
i hope one day Samsung and other brands today will be like LeEco. We are tired of same specs each year just different name. Give us something really new and cool for normal price. Not for 800-1k eur :)
Ohhha........ Now Le 2s .... What about the Le2 pro? I was waiting from the last month for the release of Le2 pro in india on flipkart, as it was expected to release on 10th of August (as stated by priceraja.com) As it has approximate the same specifications as Le Max 2 with a price difference of nearly 7K.
So when LeEco is releasing le 2 pro in india on flipkart?
Or which is their next product going to be launched in india?
Is there any e-mail address of the company to contact them about the same?
LeEco as a OEM definitely has a futuristic approach and providing flagship worth specifications in a very affordable price tags. I'm currently using a Le 2 which is a block buster phone at a dirt cheap price. LeEco already has a strong brand presence in over-crowded markets like China and India. Now all they need to do is providing a quality after sale services and timely OTA updates. Way to go LeEco :) Keep surprising us :)
Julliard, 12 Aug 2016All the comments always end up nitpicking on the battery performance. Very cliche. Got nothing... moreI'm currently using the LeEco Le 1s, it's currently faster than any phone at its price range or even double its price, I bought it brand new for $129, it's got a 2.0 ghz octacore processor with a 3gb ram and a 32gb rom with 3000mah battery, it's flawless in speed and gaming and never hangs or stutters, the only setback with d phone is d lack of expandable memory, I would also would have liked a 4000mah battery, I believe all 5.5 inches of phone should come with a least a 4000mah battery,.... Anyway my point is this, when a phone improves it's specs in terms of Cpu, ram and OS, it shouldn't neglect other aspects of the phone's characteristics like the battery life, which most premium phones do these days.
AnonD-535891, 12 Aug 2016Wish this was a dual boot because 8gbs of ram would be good for continuumYou say like Continuum would run x86 and x64 apps
AnonD-491313, 12 Aug 2016By "Ultra", a test would indicate its as much as just normal. Human perception and defensive s... moreI know what is a phone running smooth, I don't have to run a test on it to prove that, I already used plenty of low and midrange phones so I know what's a phone stuttering, lagging and crashing all the time, my mom just plays Candy Crush Saga, uses WhatsApp, email and some business apps, it runs perfectly fine, with no hiccups at all and I think it's still fast for an 2013 flagship, I have a Redmi Note 3 with SD650 and it's a lot faster, indeed, but it's a 2016 phone with an up-to-date processor, so there's no comparison.
Wish this was a dual boot because 8gbs of ram would be good for continuum
AnonD-237381, 12 Aug 2016WTH? I don't recall mentioning OnePlus One, I only agreed with the other guy that 2014 flagshi... moreBy "Ultra", a test would indicate its as much as just normal. Human perception and defensive stance ia much wow. Anyways, flashed it might just be fast enought to live ye. Ive used a Note 5 before, not smooth at all even with quite higher specs.
andrewuna, 12 Aug 2016You said people by Samsung for optimization ? TouchWiz is a poorly optimized skin, most Samsun... moreAll the comments always end up nitpicking on the battery performance. Very cliche. Got nothing much to say to a 8gb ram phone. Throw the word like 'optimization' to LeEco. Do they even do that?