There isn’t much that separates the LeEco Le 2 and it’s slightly more powerful sibling, the Le 2 Pro.
In this post, we’ll be taking a look at how the two differ between each other with regards to camera. Most shots here as you’ll see have been taken in low-light situations, so it would be fair to say this is a low-light shootout.
So let’s take a look at the photos without wasting any time.
Le 2 vs Le 2 Pro Camera: Low Light
At the risk of looking like a maniac with two units of the same phone (that’s how it looks to the naked eye), I went about taking photos of things and stuff a couple of days back. Photos on the left are taken on the Le 2, while those on the right are from the Le 2 Pro.
The Le 2 has a 16 mega-pixel camera whereas the Le 2 Pro features a more powerful 21 mega-pixel sensor.
Apologies about the couple of photos where I moved my hand away too fast. Interestingly, it happened only with the Le 2 Pro — which clearly is slower in taking photos. Perhaps something the LeEco team will want to work upon.
It would perhaps be fair to say at this stage that the Le 2 is surprisingly the pick in the Le 2 vs Le 2 Pro battle as far as cameras are concerned. I truly hope to see a more optimised ROM for the Le 2 Pro to make use of its available resources (which are more than what the Le 2 affords).