LETV LE1 PRO X800 5.5" 2K Screen 4GB RAM 64GB Snapdragon 810 4G Phone - Banggood
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LETV LE1 PRO X800 5.5" 2K Screen 4GB RAM 64GB Snapdragon 810 4G Phone - Banggood

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Found 5th Jun 2016
Note: This is a pre order! Supposedly shipping after June 20th!

Just received mine and I paid £130 for mine from Aliexpress. Pretty happy with the phone as it's one of the most compact 5.5" phones (although it's a bit thick at 9.5mm)

This phone has dimensions of 147.9 x 73.5 x 9.5 mm which means a screen to body ratio of a massive 76.6%! The black borders look a bit ugly though - Shame they don't make a black version of this phone.

Specs:
CPU: Snapdragon 810 Octacore
RAM: 4GB LPDDR4
Storage: 64GB eMMC 5.0
Camera: 13MP Sony IMX214 f2.0 back with OIS, 4MP f2.0 front
UI: eUI Android 5.0
Screen: 5.5" 2560x1440 resolution = 538 PPI
SIM: Dual SIM Nano + Micro
4G support: Three, EE, Vodafone (No O2 4G support!)
Others: USB Type-C connector, MHL, Custom DAC
Bluetooth: 4.1 + Apt-X
Battery: 3000mAh

That's a lot of spec for the money!

Use code: 20$offletv at checkout to get the advertised price.

Order subtotal:£140.09
Shipping Fee:£0.00
Coupon Discount:£17.52
Grand Total: £122.57

- Patchy 4G coverage in UK. - no 800 mhz band.
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Great price - just a shame about the GPS and WiFi issues.
I haven't had any GPS or WiFi issues. Connects to my wireless ac router fine on 5Ghz and in terms of picking up location and speed/ping wise it's no different to my Xiaomi Mi Note that this is replacing.

Only negative thing I have noticed is that battery life seems very average and that the 2k panel, whilst sharp, is a bit "boring" compared to AMOLED screens. Supposedly it's also a Sharp screen with 1300:1 contrast which is pretty similar to my Xiaomi Mi Note's screen but the Xiaomi Mi Note's screen seems so much more saturated and richer.

Update: I took my phone for a "field day" today and here are my results which I copied from post #38:

From what I've tested, the camera on the back is really good, typical of an IMX214 sensor. (Perfect in daylight and decent in low light). The front camera however is average and my Xiaomi Mi4 and XIaomi Mi Note has a better front camera.

I took the phone for a "test run" today outside. A few comments:

The Good:
- Size. For a 5.5" phone this is pretty compact. It's amazing how much difference a few mm to the height and width makes to holding it. My Xiaomi Mi Note (5.7") feels much thinner and looks nicer but isn't as easy to hold.
- Build quality. It's been a while since I've had an all metal phone again (I went from HTC One (drop and broke) to Xiaomi Mi3 to Xiaomi Mi4 to HTC One M8 to Meizu MX4 to Xiaomi Mi Note in the last few years) and I've got to say the build quality is up there with the rest. This is easily comparable to the HTC One series in terms of build quality. Just doing a bend test and there is no way I will be bending this.
- Screen. Whilst not as saturated as AMOLED displays, the 2560x1440 resolution makes things look super sharp.
- Performance. With a Snapdragon 810 and 4GB RAM, performance is top notch, even today.
- Updates. Looks like they've been releasing updates every month or so and looking at the patch notes and reviews it seems like they do address real issues like the WiFi, battery life and GPS etc unlike MIUI which just pumps out crap weekly and removes features I actually use and enjoy. (I loved MIUI 7 on Android 4.4 but MIUI 7 on Android 6.0 was just sh*te, my battery life went to crap and RAM usage went up for no noticeable beneficial reasons. I still rate KitKat as the best Android update so far and rate LL and MM as utter crap)
- Back camera. The dated IMX214 is an oldie but a goodie. Super fast shutter in daylight and OIS seems to work well.
- USB Type-C connector. I won't lie, I have loved Apple's lightning connector since forever but this is even better!
- Price. There is no other phone that will provide the build quality, let alone the specs for this price.
- WiFi. Not sure why people are talking about issues with WiFi. I can connect to my home WiFi completely fine and get "normal" WiFi speeds as well as public WiFi.
- GPS. No issues picking up my location quickly and accurately.
- 64GB Storage. Look at how much Apple charge for 64GB and that says it all really.
- Audio. Not much better than my Xiaomi Mi Note but my Xiaomi Mi Note did have amazing audio output in the first place so it only highlights how good the idea here is.
- Touchscreen. It's probably rare to say a touchscreen is good nowadays but it just seems really accurate (typing and gaming) and also whilst laying down flat and charging etc there are no issues (some phones have problems with that)

The Average:
- OS. EUI looks pretty nice and polished (do prefer MIUI and iOS overall but EUI easily looks better than stock Android and Cyanogen although it loses in features) but it's a massive resource hog. Doing a reboot leaves my Le1 Pro with around 2.5/4GB RAM with no background apps!
- Front Camera. Average results, selfie snappers should avoid.
- Video Recording. OIS works really well but unfortunately both 1080p and 4K video recording leave a lot of detail out in videos. Quite usable in good lighting but otherwise quite grainy with noise.
- Rooting looks like it'll be quite a hard process.
- There are no other official updates for this specific phone apart from the stock one thus far but I expect there to be one coming soon as it looks like they are planning to sell this phone internationally now.

The Poor:
- Battery. I did a bit of gaming, video watching, web browsing, whatsapping and light photoshooting (you can say a shortish day out) and my battery dropped from 100% to 25% which was only 2h17m screen on time.
- Bluetooth. Not sure why but it struggles to pair properly with my Mi Band 1S. It picks up steps fine but it can't send notifications or use the Smart Unlock feature. Weird that it's "paired halfway". Never had any issues using my Mi Band 1S on any of my other phones. Also watching YouTube videos without my bluetooth earphones paired is fine but as soon as I pair them, it crashes.
- Bugs. WiFi Hotspot does not seem to work although it does give off a WiFi connection and the child device connects fine but has no internet. I cannot sign into the London Underground WiFi either even though it connects fine but the login page doesn't load...

The I Wish It Had:
- NFC. This is becoming more and more used and would have been nice to have.
- MicroSD. 64GB is enough for someone like me but it's nice to have MicroSD support.
- Fingerprint scanner. Nice to have for people that are too lazy to type in a 4 digit pin like me.

Let me know if there are other things you want me to test as I've just scored a Samsung S6 Edge Plus for £315 off eBay and used my 10% code to grab it for £283.50 so I will most likely sell off this phone soon. I'm sure the Samsung isn't over twice as better as this Le1 Pro but I just got a pay rise today so I decided I could splash out a bit and that's a good price anyway for the S6 Edge+. I'm just hoping they've improved TouchWiz so that it's usable.

This is still a really good phone and excellent VFM but I don't want to wait for more updates to fix the issues that I would like to work (bluetooth, hotspot, London Underground WiFi).

I hope this helps people decide if they should go for this phone or not.
Edited by: "Ulti" 6th Jun 2016
shame it doesn't work on o2
Ulti

I haven't had any GPS or WiFi issues. Connects to my wireless ac router … I haven't had any GPS or WiFi issues. Connects to my wireless ac router fine on 5Ghz and in terms of picking up location and speed/ping wise it's no different to my Xiaomi Mi Note that this is replacing. Only negative thing I have noticed is that battery life seems very average and that the 2k panel, whilst sharp, is a bit "boring" compared to AMOLED screens. Supposedly it's also a Sharp screen with 1300:1 contrast which is pretty similar to my Xiaomi Mi Note's screen but the Xiaomi Mi Note's screen seems so much more saturated and richer.



​You must be one of the lucky people who have no wifi or GPS issues - plenty of complaints on xda and other forums
heat added. Very good phone for the money even if have to pay tax on it

​You must be one of the lucky people who have no wifi or GPS issues - p … ​You must be one of the lucky people who have no wifi or GPS issues - plenty of complaints on xda and other forums



Yeah I read about those which is why it was one of the first things I checked. I'm guessing it's rather dependent on the ROM. I am having issues with my Mi Band though, it doesn't seem to want to use it to smart unlock, rather annoying as I'm so used to it. I've tried unpairing and repairing it, uninstalling the Mi Fit app and turning off bluetooth and turning it back on but no use.

Also the ROM that is on my one (EUI 5.5.011S stable) seems to be some unofficial one as I can't even look for updates. Saw that there was a 5.5.013 from LeTV themselves so wanted to try it but trying to upgrade always says corrupted file or something. (I've tried downloading it direct to my PC and direct to phone and the same thing happens to both...)

I guess I should just stick with the 011S firmware for now as I don't have any real issues with it other than wanting more battery life and the smart unlock. I also heard the 13 firmware has double tap to wake too and I would have liked that.

Yeah I read about those which is why it was one of the first things I … Yeah I read about those which is why it was one of the first things I checked. I'm guessing it's rather dependent on the ROM. I am having issues with my Mi Band though, it doesn't seem to want to use it to smart unlock, rather annoying as I'm so used to it. I've tried unpairing and repairing it, uninstalling the Mi Fit app and turning off bluetooth and turning it back on but no use. :(Also the ROM that is on my one (EUI 5.5.011S stable) seems to be some unofficial one as I can't even look for updates. Saw that there was a 5.5.013 from LeTV themselves so wanted to try it but trying to upgrade always says corrupted file or something. (I've tried downloading it direct to my PC and direct to phone and the same thing happens to both...)I guess I should just stick with the 011S firmware for now as I don't have any real issues with it other than wanting more battery life and the smart unlock. I also heard the 13 firmware has double tap to wake too and I would have liked that.


So the internal memory is only 64gb and no external memory slot, if so then I'm out, currently using 128 microSD mostly for music for HTC m8! Can you recommend another similar specs handset with external memory up to 128gb? Thanks
Edited by: "Pateo" 5th Jun 2016

So the internal memory is only 64gb and no external memory slot, if so … So the internal memory is only 64gb and no external memory slot, if so then I'm out, currently using 128 microSD mostly for music for HTC m8! Can you recommend another similar specs handset with external memory up to 128gb? Thanks



The Xiaomi Note if you don't really want to pay more: hotukdeals.com/dea…056

A step down in terms of specs but comes with a microSD slot.
Animal specs but is 3000mah enough for this phone.
Pateo

So the internal memory is only 64gb and no external memory slot, if so … So the internal memory is only 64gb and no external memory slot, if so then I'm out, currently using 128 microSD mostly for music for HTC m8! Can you recommend another similar specs handset with external memory up to 128gb? Thanks



​ive filled my 64gb card up on my m8, always thought it'd be enough, need to look for a 128gb one now, might buy note 3 and get a 128gb card for it
great price for the spec
is this more "compact" compared to lg g3?
Great spec let down by old software with no updates.
downside the battery aint big considering the screen rez. otherwise monster specs

is this more "compact" compared to lg g3?



No, it isn't more compact

LG G3 is 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9 mm
LeEco LE1 is 147.9 x 73.5 x 9.5mm

Which means it is very slightly narrower than the LG, but is also longer, so basically is a bigger phone

It's also 0.6mm thicker too, so all round bigger I'm afraid

Great spec let down by old software with no updates.



Looks like it, can't find a Android 6 update for it anywhere
BEAST fc
looks like this could make a good cardboardVR screen, will have to wait for some benchmarks.
As always with cheap Chinese phone tat, great on paper, crap in reality.

looks like this could make a good cardboardVR screen, will have to wait … looks like this could make a good cardboardVR screen, will have to wait for some benchmarks.



Benchmarks have been out for over a years bud

As always with cheap Chinese phone tat, great on paper, crap in reality.



This device is anything but cheap or crap, they sell the device at a loss to push internet content. You will find it hard to find a bad review on this device.

Great spec let down by old software with no updates.



Letv/ Le eco have pushed 14 updates since the device has been released and currently have a beta EUI 5.8 BETA based on Marshmallow

youtube.com/wat…QDc
Happy to run some benchmarks tomorrow for people if they want. The only one I know is Antutu

Scored almost 93k in the latest version of Antutu
Snapdragon 810 = hot. 820 is where it's at these days.

Snapdragon 810 = hot. 820 is where it's at these days.



820 for £130. Take my money!
£140 now. expire

Snapdragon 810 = hot. 820 is where it's at these days.



The 820 is getting killed on battery life.
The Exynos is giving up 6-7 hrs sot
The X620 is giving up 8-9 hrs sot
The SD 820 is still doing the rounds at 4-5 hrs sot
The Le Eco 2 can he had for very little more with FP scanner, the same or better perfomance, better battery life. Whilst the Pro 1 has Qhd,OIS and more storage. Absolute bargains at this price.
Has anyone dealt with these guys before, there are a few things that worry me.
1. No mention of customs
2. No alternate shipping to avoid customs
3. 3 days return policy

Oh the item is still in stock( in Silver any way) and the voucher works

Yeah I read about those which is why it was one of the first things I … Yeah I read about those which is why it was one of the first things I checked. I'm guessing it's rather dependent on the ROM. I am having issues with my Mi Band though, it doesn't seem to want to use it to smart unlock, rather annoying as I'm so used to it. I've tried unpairing and repairing it, uninstalling the Mi Fit app and turning off bluetooth and turning it back on but no use. :(Also the ROM that is on my one (EUI 5.5.011S stable) seems to be some unofficial one as I can't even look for updates. Saw that there was a 5.5.013 from LeTV themselves so wanted to try it but trying to upgrade always says corrupted file or something. (I've tried downloading it direct to my PC and direct to phone and the same thing happens to both...)I guess I should just stick with the 011S firmware for now as I don't have any real issues with it other than wanting more battery life and the smart unlock. I also heard the 13 firmware has double tap to wake too and I would have liked that.




If you flash the official firmware, be warned that you will have to manually install the Google Playstore, you will get automatic updates and ads to LeTV digital content including Chinese Film & TV, games & social media, GPS and Skype won't work.
Found another issue Trying to hotspot to my tablet and it works fine with my Xiaomi Mi Note but whilst my tablet connects to my LeTV Le1 Pro, there's no internet connection.

It seems the colours on the screen are decent once I changed the settings to vibrant and restarted the phone and turned the brightness up so that's good!
how's the camera on these ? any real world ( low light ) examples?

Has anyone dealt with these guys before, there are a few things that … Has anyone dealt with these guys before, there are a few things that worry me.1. No mention of customs2. No alternate shipping to avoid customs3. 3 days return policyOh the item is still in stock( in Silver any way) and the voucher works



Same worry here- I've been stung with banggood with their bulk shipping via Netherlands post before!
How to get the coupons? Advice will be appreciated. Thank you.
sorry never mind. got it. thank you.

​You must be one of the lucky people who have no wifi or GPS issues - p … ​You must be one of the lucky people who have no wifi or GPS issues - plenty of complaints on xda and other forums


Have 2 family members using this who are also "lucky" then. Obviously reading up o. The internet you'll most the negative. We don't k ow how many of these they've sold.
Not heard of this one before but must say the specs and supposed build quality (according to reviews) looks stunning.

I was going to go for the Redmi note 3 pro from the other thread but am tempted by this instead

Not heard of this one before but must say the specs and supposed build … Not heard of this one before but must say the specs and supposed build quality (according to reviews) looks stunning. I was going to go for the Redmi note 3 pro from the other thread but am tempted by this instead



I had that same query but ended up going with the Xiaomi-redmi-note.

I read something about this that put me off but ill be buggered if i can remember what it was. I've pretty much made myself blind finding a new phone!

I had that same query but ended up going with the Xiaomi-redmi-note. I … I had that same query but ended up going with the Xiaomi-redmi-note. I read something about this that put me off but ill be buggered if i can remember what it was. I've pretty much made myself blind finding a new phone!


Glad I'm not the only one. It's the blessing and curse of android I guess, great to have such variety but at times it can drive you mad with all the slight differences in spec between them all
From what I've tested, the camera on the back is really good, typical of an IMX214 sensor. (Perfect in daylight and decent in low light). The front camera however is average and my Xiaomi Mi4 and XIaomi Mi Note has a better front camera.

I took the phone for a "test run" today outside. A few comments:

The Good:
- Size. For a 5.5" phone this is pretty compact. It's amazing how much difference a few mm to the height and width makes to holding it. My Xiaomi Mi Note (5.7") feels much thinner and looks nicer but isn't as easy to hold.
- Build quality. It's been a while since I've had an all metal phone again (I went from HTC One (drop and broke) to Xiaomi Mi3 to Xiaomi Mi4 to HTC One M8 to Meizu MX4 to Xiaomi Mi Note in the last few years) and I've got to say the build quality is up there with the rest. This is easily comparable to the HTC One series in terms of build quality. Just doing a bend test and there is no way I will be bending this.
- Screen. Whilst not as saturated as AMOLED displays, the 2560x1440 resolution makes things look super sharp.
- Performance. With a Snapdragon 810 and 4GB RAM, performance is top notch, even today.
- Updates. Looks like they've been releasing updates every month or so and looking at the patch notes and reviews it seems like they do address real issues like the WiFi, battery life and GPS etc unlike MIUI which just pumps out crap weekly and removes features I actually use and enjoy. (I loved MIUI 7 on Android 4.4 but MIUI 7 on Android 6.0 was just sh*te, my battery life went to crap and RAM usage went up for no noticeable beneficial reasons. I still rate KitKat as the best Android update so far and rate LL and MM as utter crap)
- Back camera. The dated IMX214 is an oldie but a goodie. Super fast shutter in daylight and OIS seems to work well.
- USB Type-C connector. I won't lie, I have loved Apple's lightning connector since forever but this is even better!
- Price. There is no other phone that will provide the build quality, let alone the specs for this price.
- WiFi. Not sure why people are talking about issues with WiFi. I can connect to my home WiFi completely fine and get "normal" WiFi speeds as well as public WiFi.
- GPS. No issues picking up my location quickly and accurately.
- 64GB Storage. Look at how much Apple charge for 64GB and that says it all really.
- Audio. Not much better than my Xiaomi Mi Note but my Xiaomi Mi Note did have amazing audio output in the first place so it only highlights how good the idea here is.
- Touchscreen. It's probably rare to say a touchscreen is good nowadays but it just seems really accurate (typing and gaming) and also whilst laying down flat and charging etc there are no issues (some phones have problems with that)

The Average:
- OS. EUI looks pretty nice and polished (do prefer MIUI and iOS overall but EUI easily looks better than stock Android and Cyanogen although it loses in features) but it's a massive resource hog. Doing a reboot leaves my Le1 Pro with around 2.5/4GB RAM with no background apps!
- Front Camera. Average results, selfie snappers should avoid.
- Video Recording. OIS works really well but unfortunately both 1080p and 4K video recording leave a lot of detail out in videos. Quite usable in good lighting but otherwise quite grainy with noise.
- Rooting looks like it'll be quite a hard process.
- There are no other official updates for this specific phone apart from the stock one thus far but I expect there to be one coming soon as it looks like they are planning to sell this phone internationally now.

The Poor:
- Battery. I did a bit of gaming, video watching, web browsing, whatsapping and light photoshooting (you can say a shortish day out) and my battery dropped from 100% to 25% which was only 2h17m screen on time.
- Bluetooth. Not sure why but it struggles to pair properly with my Mi Band 1S. It picks up steps fine but it can't send notifications or use the Smart Unlock feature. Weird that it's "paired halfway". Never had any issues using my Mi Band 1S on any of my other phones. Also watching YouTube videos without my bluetooth earphones paired is fine but as soon as I pair them, it crashes.
- Bugs. WiFi Hotspot does not seem to work although it does give off a WiFi connection and the child device connects fine but has no internet. I cannot sign into the London Underground WiFi either even though it connects fine but the login page doesn't load...

The I Wish It Had:
- NFC. This is becoming more and more used and would have been nice to have.
- MicroSD. 64GB is enough for someone like me but it's nice to have MicroSD support.
- Fingerprint scanner. Nice to have for people that are too lazy to type in a 4 digit pin like me.

Let me know if there are other things you want me to test as I've just scored a Samsung S6 Edge Plus for £315 off eBay and used my 10% code to grab it for £283.50 so I will most likely sell off this phone soon. I'm sure the Samsung isn't over twice as better as this Le1 Pro but I just got a pay rise today so I decided I could splash out a bit and that's a good price anyway for the S6 Edge+. I'm just hoping they've improved TouchWiz so that it's usable.

This is still a really good phone and excellent VFM but I don't want to wait for more updates to fix the issues that I would like to work (bluetooth, hotspot, London Underground WiFi).
so tempted have some heat OP

From what I've tested, the camera on the back is really good, typical of … From what I've tested, the camera on the back is really good, typical of an IMX214 sensor. (Perfect in daylight and decent in low light). The front camera however is average and my Xiaomi Mi4 and XIaomi Mi Note has a better front camera. I took the phone for a "test run" today outside. A few comments:The Good:- Size. For a 5.5" phone this is pretty compact. It's amazing how much difference a few mm to the height and width makes to holding it. My Xiaomi Mi Note (5.7") feels much thinner and looks nicer but isn't as easy to hold. - Build quality. It's been a while since I've had an all metal phone again (I went from HTC One (drop and broke) to Xiaomi Mi3 to Xiaomi Mi4 to HTC One M8 to Meizu MX4 to Xiaomi Mi Note in the last few years) and I've got to say the build quality is up there with the rest. This is easily comparable to the HTC One series in terms of build quality. Just doing a bend test and there is no way I will be bending this. - Screen. Whilst not as saturated as AMOLED displays, the 2560x1440 resolution makes things look super sharp. - Performance. With a Snapdragon 810 and 4GB RAM, performance is top notch, even today. - Updates. Looks like they've been releasing updates every month or so and looking at the patch notes and reviews it seems like they do address real issues like the WiFi, battery life and GPS etc unlike MIUI which just pumps out crap weekly and removes features I actually use and enjoy. (I loved MIUI 7 on Android 4.4 but MIUI 7 on Android 6.0 was just sh*te, my battery life went to crap and RAM usage went up for no noticeable beneficial reasons. I still rate KitKat as the best Android update so far and rate LL and MM as utter crap)- Back camera. The dated IMX214 is an oldie but a goodie. Super fast shutter in daylight and OIS seems to work well. - USB Type-C connector. I won't lie, I have loved Apple's lightning connector since forever but this is even better! - Price. There is no other phone that will provide the build quality, let alone the specs for this price.- WiFi. Not sure why people are talking about issues with WiFi. I can connect to my home WiFi completely fine and get "normal" WiFi speeds as well as public WiFi. - GPS. No issues picking up my location quickly and accurately. - 64GB Storage. Look at how much Apple charge for 64GB and that says it all really. - Audio. Not much better than my Xiaomi Mi Note but my Xiaomi Mi Note did have amazing audio output in the first place so it only highlights how good the idea here is.- Touchscreen. It's probably rare to say a touchscreen is good nowadays but it just seems really accurate (typing and gaming) and also whilst laying down flat and charging etc there are no issues (some phones have problems with that)The Average:- OS. EUI looks pretty nice and polished (do prefer MIUI and iOS overall but EUI easily looks better than stock Android and Cyanogen although it loses in features) but it's a massive resource hog. Doing a reboot leaves my Le1 Pro with around 2.5/4GB RAM with no background apps!- Front Camera. Average results, selfie snappers should avoid.- Video Recording. OIS works really well but unfortunately both 1080p and 4K video recording leave a lot of detail out in videos. Quite usable in good lighting but otherwise quite grainy with noise. - Rooting looks like it'll be quite a hard process. - There are no other official updates for this specific phone apart from the stock one thus far but I expect there to be one coming soon as it looks like they are planning to sell this phone internationally now. The Poor:- Battery. I did a bit of gaming, video watching, web browsing, whatsapping and light photoshooting (you can say a shortish day out) and my battery dropped from 100% to 25% which was only 2h17m screen on time. - Bluetooth. Not sure why but it struggles to pair properly with my Mi Band 1S. It picks up steps fine but it can't send notifications or use the Smart Unlock feature. Weird that it's "paired halfway". Never had any issues using my Mi Band 1S on any of my other phones. Also watching YouTube videos without my bluetooth earphones paired is fine but as soon as I pair them, it crashes. - Bugs. WiFi Hotspot does not seem to work although it does give off a WiFi connection and the child device connects fine but has no internet. I cannot sign into the London Underground WiFi either even though it connects fine but the login page doesn't load...The I Wish It Had:- NFC. This is becoming more and more used and would have been nice to have.- MicroSD. 64GB is enough for someone like me but it's nice to have MicroSD support.- Fingerprint scanner. Nice to have for people that are too lazy to type in a 4 digit pin like me. Let me know if there are other things you want me to test as I've just scored a Samsung S6 Edge Plus for £315 off eBay and used my 10% code to grab it for £283.50 so I will most likely sell off this phone soon. I'm sure the Samsung isn't over twice as better as this Le1 Pro but I just got a pay rise today so I decided I could splash out a bit and that's a good price anyway for the S6 Edge+. I'm just hoping they've improved TouchWiz so that it's usable. This is still a really good phone and excellent VFM but I don't want to wait for more updates to fix the issues that I would like to work (bluetooth, hotspot, London Underground WiFi).


Thank you very much for the info. Very useful and much appreciated.

So you're saying that Letv seem to be supporting this phone with updates/fixes? This was one of the things making me lean towards xiaomi as I assumed they would provide better updates etc (due to being a bigger company)
Edited by: "zba78" 7th Jun 2016
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