- 5.7" 1440p IPS display of 515ppi
- Snapdragon 820 chip / 4GB or 6GB of RAM
- 21MP Sony rear camera / 8MP front-facing camera with 1080p@30fps video recording
- 32GB or 64GB of built-in storage
- Dual SIM functionality
- Rear-mounted fingerprint scanner
- 3,100mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0
Main disadvantages:My Verdict:
- Sealed battery
- No memory expansion (no card slot)
- Lacks a 3.5mm audio jack
The device is quite good for its price of around $350.(RS: 21999)
A large QHD screen, the latest premium chipset, metal build, the latest Android and high-res cameras - Chinese superphones have been coming right out of the blue for a couple of seasons now. Meziu, Oppo, Xiaomi have all had their shot and OnePlus didn't think twice to call their debut piece the "flagship killer".
We are definitely not fans of ditching the 3.5mm audio jack either, especially in a phone that's obviously not even trying to break any slimness records.
LeEco is no different - it seems though they want to have it both ways. A killer flagship in India, a flagship killer elsewhere. The thing is, the Le Max 2 looks pretty capable of succeeding in this endeavour - a very competitive price, impressive specs and likely easier to get than some of its competitors.
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