This is the LeTV Leeco Le 2 Pro , a device equipped with hardware device pretty high end that you can buy if you want so for less than 195 euros. Let’s start as usual with the internal hardware. The device LeTV is equipped with the powerful and known MediaTek Helio X20 SoC ten physical 64 – bit cores running at 2.3 Ghz speed limit. Now we have spoken before of how it works and how it manages the resources this SoC, so little we must add to it. These ten cores are complemented by the powerful Mali T880 graphics and eye to the data, 4 GB of RAM memory DDR3L.
Of course, with this hardware the LeTV Leeco Le 2 Pro will have fewer performance issues in any application, especially when brings the Android 6.0 operating system, as you know, is so far the most efficient that have launched. Certainly internal storage as we find the not inconsiderable amount of 32 GB of RAM, but the tradeoff is that it has no micro SD card slot, so the bad part is that this storage is not expandable.
It has a 5.5-inch screen Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels, which gives a density of 403 pixels per inch) and a battery of 3,000 mAh to withstand all this hardware. Given that this is powerful but efficient, should be enough to give us a full day of autonomy giving you enough cane, or two days with normal use of the terminal.
As for the cameras, note that at the rear incorporates a 21 Megapixel sensor with dual LED flash, optical image stabilizer and autofocus, capable of recording videos in 4K resolution. The front has 8MP wide angle and is capable of capturing some very good quality selfies.
Finally there is only talk about its connectivity and aesthetics. Of course it is equipped with 4G connectivity Compatible with almost all operators in the world device, and in this case has the ability to hold two SIM (two nano SIM particular).
It has Bluetooth, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Beidou gravity, gyroscope, light sensor and in general all the usual connections and sensors sensor, including clear WiFi a / b / g / n fingerprint sensor on the back.
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on August 26, 2016
in Technology News