Today we check out newest phone from LeEco Le 2 (also known as LeTV). This phone has a full unibody aluminium design with a deca-core processor – all for less than $180 USD. For the full unboxing video, click here.
The aluminium unibody frame of this phone immediately makes it feel sturdy and solid. The phone takes design ques from the iphone 6s Plus – it has the exactly the same screen size and resolution and similar camera positioning. One letdown is that the occasionally feels like a brick block.
The finger print reader is located on the back of the phone, similar the LG G4. This allows for easy unlocking when the phone is hand-held. However, when the phone is placed flat on a table the fingerprint reader cannot be accessed.
The basic 32GB model scored 92000 points on Antutu. This is a remarkable feat considering the more expensive Xiaomi M5 (32Gb model) only scored 87000 (see video).
The phone achieves this by leveraging the Deca-Core Helios X20 processor. The unique design of the processor allows it to go extremely fast when it needs to.
Dimensions: 151.1 x 74.2 x 7.5 mm (5.95 x 2.92 x 0.30 in)
Weight: 153 g (5.40 oz)
SIM: Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
CPU: Helio X20, Deca-Core CPU
GPU: Mali-T880 MP4
Camera: 21 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
Antutu Le 2 Scores (Benchmark):
Antutu scores represent a benchmark of this a phone’s theoretical performance. Antutu does also incorporate 3D gaming, multi-tasking and single threaded performance into account in its latest test. All these tests were done on Antutu 6.0 with LeEco Le 2 X620, Le 2 Pro, Le 2 Max.
Le 2 (Helio X20, 3GB RAM) : 92,642
Le 2 Pro (Helio X25, 4GB RAM) : 99,948
Le 2 Max (Snapdragon 820, 6 GB RAM): 134,487