LeEco have launch the new Le Max 2 today with a new design, Snapdragon 820 and 6GB RAM. Here are the details.
Packing a whopping 6GB RAM, 64GB memory and a Snapdragon 820, the latest smartphone from LeEco could be the device to give the Vivo Xplay 5 a run for its money in the hardware race.
LeEco announced the Le Max 2 earlier today with an updated alloy body they call “no border ID 3.0” which has resulted in a 5.7-inch smartphone that is shorter than the 5.5-inch iPhone 6S.
This being a flagship phone, LeEco have pulled out all the stops with a 2K 515ppi display, Snapdragon 820 chipset, 6GB LPDDR4 RAM (a 4GB RAM model will be available too), 64GB memory, and 21 mega-pixel rear camera (F2.0 IMX230), with OIS. Like similar phones the Le Max 2 also supports Qualcomm fast charge 3.0 too.
The new phone has a larger rear camera sensor to previous LeTV phones, it also has a rear fingerprint scanner (similar to the Le1s and LeMax) plus a more rounded profile which should help the phone feel comfortable in the hand. The LED flash is a dual tone model, but we don’t see any laser focus on the phone.
Other details include a 3100mAh battery, 8 mega-pixel front camera, Android 6.0 based ROM, and oddly no 3.5mm headphone jack! Instead the phone comes with a USB type C audio headphone adapter instead.
Pricing for the Le Max 2 isn’t that bad compared to other launches this year with a price of 2499 Yuan, but does the lack of headphone jack put you off?