Le Max2 vs Competition
location: androidhospital.com - date: September 30, 2016
LeEco, the global Internet company that is disrupting the Indian smartphone market, launched its new line of smartphones – the Le 2 and Le Max2 a few months ago to an overwhelming response. More recently, the company announced a special offer for Diwali where its flagship, the Le Max2 is available at Rs. 17,999 on LeMall, Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal – no strings attached!
If you haven’t heard of LeEco’s great “value for money” superphones, let us show you how it compares to the latest flagships from well-known brands! We are pitting the Le Max2 against Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and HTC’s uniquely named 10.
To start off, all three smartphones boast top-end specifications in almost every department – 4GB RAM, 32/64GB Internal Memory, at least a 3000 mAh Battery, support for the latest Wi-Fi standards and almost all network frequencies! So, all of them are snappy performers. The Galaxy S7 uses Samsung’s own Exynos line of processors and they are compa
LeEco Le Max2 vs OnePlus 3 Which one should you buy?
location: androidhospital.com - date: October 3, 2016
LeEco, the global Internet company launched its new line of smartphones – the Le 2 and Le Max2 a few months ago to an overwhelming response from Indian consumers. More recently, the company announced a special offer for Diwali where its flagship, the Le Max2 is available at an exciting price of Rs. 17,999 on LeMall, Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal – this is a steal deal!
On the other hand, OnePlus has been a trendsetter in India for the past few years and has consistently released promising smartphones at rock bottom prices. For the first time in its history, OnePlus decided to go the “open sale” route and consumers do not need an invite to purchase the OnePlus 3 from Amazon. While the company hasn’t shared any sales numbers yet, we hear that it’s not too shabby!
LeEco’s and OnePlus’ respective flagships, the Le Max2 and the OnePlus 3, usher in the era of 6GB RAM on smartphones. Setting aside the debate of “do we need it”, let’s take a quick look at wh
Battle of the Flagships : LeEco Le Max2 vs Google Pixel XL
location: androidhospital.com - date: October 5, 2016
LeEco Le Max2 vs Google Pixel XL
The LeEco Le Max2 has a 5.7-inch QHD display which provides an excellent gaming and media experience, on the other hand the Pixel XL is equipped with a slightly smaller 5.5-inch QHD display with the similar specs when it comes to display. Both devices have equally good displays.
On the connectivity front, the Le Max2 supports Dual SIM with Dual Standby, 4G LTE, all the usual Wi-Fi networks and Assisted GPS. The Google Pixel XL supports all of the same except Dual SIM support.
The Le Max2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC which offers smooth and lag-free performance. It runs on Android Marshmallow and LeEco’s intuitive eUI. The Pixel XL takes a slight edge with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 and Android N.
As far as performance is considered, both phones do an amazing job - the difference between SD820 and SD821, in real-life usage is negligible. We chose to compare the least expensive variants of the
Coby Kyros vs Le Pan
location: droidmania.com - date: November 17, 2011
I have been looking at different tablets and finally decided to choose between two Coby Kyros MID1125 or LePan TC970. The specs on both are great but can't decide. I would appreciate any help from the forum to guide me.
Email vs Gmail Apps: Deleting an Account?
location: droidradar.com - date: January 10, 2014
This morning, at 0538 hrs, I discovered that both the Email and Gmail apps were checking my gmail account for messages (I had turned off notifications for one app but not the other and got an email). Looking at the accounts handled by each app, I see my gmail account in both. How do I remove that account from the Email app but leave it in the Gmail app? In Email, I see the option to add an account. But, I see no way to delete an account. At the phone level, if I go to IMAP under Settings | Accounts, I see that gmail account, but I worry that if I remove it I'll be removing that account throughout the phone and not just under the Email app. Is that same gmail account I see under Settings | Accounts | Google just a sort of logical pointer to the same account as under IMAP or are they completely separate entities?
US vs Global versions
location: droidradar.com - date: November 28, 2013
Thanks in advance for any clarification to following question...
I am considering the G for use on T Mobile postpaid Simple Choice account which recently has allowed global text and data roaming and calls at 20 cents per minute on the same sim used when in US. I am a bit confused as to which version of the G to consider...US or Global. I do not plan on using any local sims when traveling abroad (outside US). I see only one difference in the band coverage between two models but it doesn't mean much to me!
Happy Holiday and thanks again..
ART vs Dalvik
location: droidmania.com - date: December 16, 2013
So ive finally gave in and reverted to dalvik. I really miss the customisation Xposed offers.
Any diehards still sticking with ART?
ART vs Dalvik
location: droidmania.com - date: February 23, 2014
There are a lot interesting ideas regarding this topic but there's a huge point that is disregarded. Without ART, android apps even some system apps are available as interpreted code rather than compiled code. Interpreted code is compiled at runtime and is being interpreted on the fly hence JIT. This affects the performance throughout the app lifecycle and not only during launch time. Scrolling, transistions, fluid motions, etc are all affected. This explains why iOS or WP run apps faster even on slower hardware. This is because they run native machine code and not interpreted code like Android. WP and iOS has no middle ground between apps and machine. Google on the other hand had to tackle issue of multiple hardware configurations for each device. Knowing that, interpreted code was the obvious solution. Now with ART, interpreted code will be compiled upon installation making the app on android native to the system. Apps won't run on a virtual machine anymore. This will save CPU power,
Moto X: ART vs Dalvik
location: droidradar.com - date: February 10, 2014
I have now been running ART on my Moto X for the past 2-3 weeks straight. I thought I would post my findings below: Performance:
I think performance was very good, I could consistently juggle multiple apps all the time. But, there is a caveat; web browsing sucks. I tried multiple web browsers and finally I got consistently decent performance on Chrome Beta. Regular Chrome was atrocious. Other than that apps opened quickly and without delay, and in app performance (outside of web browsing) was fantastic. Web browsing was killing me though. Battery Life:
Battery life as many Moto X owners know is always been a high point. Before ART my battery lasted all day consistently and I had a hard time killing it in one day, honestly. With ART well..... it`s hard to say exactly but, its all day battery life for sure. But, I`m not seeing anything awesome about it. If anything I say its a placebo affect. It may appear to be longer but, I cant tell for sure. I just switched to Dalvik today so if th
Art vs dalvik run time
location: droidradar.com - date: April 2, 2014
Been reading a lot about this subject. I rebooted my phone to art and don't see any significant changes just yet. Can anyone report any major differences and pros/cons?
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