LeEco Le 2 to launch 8th June in India

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It’s only been a little over 4 months since LeEco launched the Le 1s in India, but it looks like the brand is set to spoil buyers with more choices.

This, in the form of the Le 2 and the Le Max 2. According to reports, the Chinese content-giant-turned-phonemaker is set to announce the 2nd generation of Le phones on the 8th of February.

The Le 2 and Le Max 2 were initially shown off in China, along with the Le 2 Pro, in April. So far, the phones have been launched in no other markets.

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With the mid-range market booming in India, LeEco might just have hit gold — that is, if they do launch the phones on the 8th. With only two weeks to go, we shall know very soon.

SPECIFICATIONS: Le 2, Le Max 2 and Le 2 Pro

India readers, are you planning to get a smartphone upgrade this monsoon? If so, would the Le 2 be in your list? Let us know the comments section below.

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  1. Partha Pratim Dutta
    May 24, 2016

    Yes, we would be happy to have Le Phones. Its design,camera, hardware, software, battery and above all price are unbeatable.

  2. balcobomber25
    May 24, 2016

    No headphone jack = no buy for me

    • Ionut Johnny
      May 26, 2016

      Balco, off the topic, how is this with 187 $ http://www.tinydeal.com/letv-le-1-pro-55-2k-snapdragon-810-4gb-ram-64gb-rom-4g-phone-p-159276.html
      Compared to the recent released phones, leco 2, 2 pro, max 2 and the other phones? Price / performance?
      I am really tempted to buy…

      • Riccardo Benzoni
        May 26, 2016

        it’s last year’s flagship material, at that price you can’t really go wrong. Letv took good care of SD810 which doesn’t throttle or overheat in their product, has lpddr4 (faster) ram, dedicated audio chip for superior audio quality, nice quality 2k screen, good cameras and MM update planned for june, only battery might not be enough for a full day if you are some heavy user, otherwise no problems also there.
        Just check LTE compatibility in your country, it’s the only aspect it may affect the usage of the phone.

      • balcobomber25
        May 26, 2016

        Honestly I have no experience with LeTV so I can’t really say one way or the other. The longest I have ever used a LeTV (or whatever they call themselves now) was for 10 minutes at an exhibition booth last year. I really haven’t followed them much either just something about their phones doesn’t excite me. Andi would be much better to ask.

  3. AHappyKoalaBear
    May 24, 2016

    no headphone jack, no black version and no custom rom support, otherwise perfect phone

  4. Freeje
    May 24, 2016


  5. Lupo
    May 25, 2016

    So is that Snapdragon 652 version coming out then?