LeEco VP shares camera sample from the Le 2

Yesterday, Xiaomi pulled off a LeEco with their new ‘Mi Ecosystem’ branding. LeEco are at it now, and have pulled off a Xiaomi with their boss sharing some shots from their upcoming flagship, the Le 2.

LeEco have managed to keep their phones’ pricing within reach of many, and the same is expected with the Le 2.

Coming back to the subject of this article, that is the camera shots; the images suffered downsizing by the hands of social media, and were probably uploaded in a resolution lower than the camera’s native.

Anyway, let’s get to the meat of the matter here: the picture. Take a look at it below:


Quite clearly, it is difficult to tell how good or bad the picture is just from this. We can hope though that like Xiaomi bosses, LeEco executives too keep sharing pictures from their upcoming flagship bit by bit.

The phone is expected to feature a Helio X20/Snapdragon 652, 16 mega-pixel rear camera and 5.5-inch FHD display. Stay tuned for more Le 2 news!

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  1. MaxPower
    March 30, 2016

    I have high expectations from this phone.
    Hopefully they won’t disappoint

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 31, 2016

      hopefully they disappoint 😛 i just want to hate for no reason 😀

      • Faisal Shaharyar
        March 31, 2016

        thats like insulting your own intelligence without a choice

    • LastoftheBrunnen_G
      April 1, 2016

      The LeTV Le 1S has developed into a really great phone over the past few updates. They’ve finally fixed the crappy cam to the point where it’s as good or better than the Redmi Note 3 Pro’s 16MP cam. Owning both phones I can tell you right now the 1S has better low light color and detail after the update. Prior to this the cam was sub par, looks like they really worked on it. Now If only they would update the OS to Android 5.1.1.

      • MaxPower
        April 1, 2016

        I’m not happy with the Redmi Note 3 Pro. Display, camera and software are very poor. Besides the battery there’s not much to praise of.

        • LastoftheBrunnen_G
          April 1, 2016

          I’m surprised to hear this being that MIUI 7 is much easier to deal with than Flyme OS or EUI. Cam is fine for the price range, I wasn’t expecting GS6 or GS7 photo quality. Display is still better than my OnePlus One but doesn’t hold a candle to screen on the LeTV Le 1S, that screen might be as good as the iPhone 6S Plus.

          Battery is great so we both agree on that. My OnePlus One had great battery life until Cyanogen Mod added crapware to Lollipop. Between the Redmi Note 3 Pro and LeTV Le 1S both have their pros and cons. The Helio X10 is a better performer than people give it credit.

          • MaxPower
            April 1, 2016

            I wasn’t expecting much from this phone, the issues I’m having are mostly related to software and I’m worried that it’s Lollipop behind this.

            I’m a MIUI fanatic and I’ve never had issues in the past.
            With this phone I can’t watch any YouTube videos embedded into a webpage (like a blog for example).
            The stream is too choppy and the audio is out of synch.
            That didn’t happen with my old MI4.

            Switching to portrait mode is very buggy as well and often the phone goes on mute (while on Skype) and I have to reboot.

            The screen issue is about auto dim/bright and it’s very annoying, I have to switch to full bright (which gets too much at night time)

            Without these issues I wouldn’t have minded the phone.
            Hopefully they will fix them ASAP.

            battery is fantastic, I can’t picture myself going back to 3000mha or even less than that.

  2. MattD
    March 30, 2016

    Is it just me, or dynamic range and shadows look on the “meh” side? Surely there’s room and time for improvement over a prototype

  3. Assefa Hanson
    March 30, 2016

    I dunno man, I have love for mediatek but I always worry about the Mali GPUs and there game performance adreno or vr is better and what happened to spreadtrum? I think 652 maybe be better? How good is the t880 ?? Not that I did wouldn’t pay for x 20 I’m just scared lol just a bit, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance.

    • MaxPower
      March 30, 2016

      Switch to GEICO

  4. vijay sud
    March 30, 2016

    To really beat out Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Prime in India, in addition to a very good Cam, LeEco must incorporate a big battery in this, coz Indian networks tend to be poor n battery eaters. Big attraction of Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 prime for Indian customers is 4000 mah. Batt.

  5. jauling
    March 31, 2016

    woopdee-effin-doo yay more cherry blossoms, wheres the EXIF?

  6. jasneskis
    March 31, 2016

    Le TV now eco …worst phone I’ve ever owned. I had a Le TV max. Never worked from day one. No refund yet. Don’t buy that brand.

  7. LastoftheBrunnen_G
    April 1, 2016

    I own the Redmi Note 3 Pro and I can tell you that there is no real world difference between the Snapdragon 650 vs 652. Those 2 extra enabled cores do nothing but provide a very slight bump in benchmarks but it would seem that 2 big ARMv8 cores seems to be the thermal limit for 28nm HPM. The quad core 1.4ghz A53 cluster seems to do the bulk of the work for the SD650/652.