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LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 X829 4G Phablet  -  GLOBAL VERSION  GRAY Android 6.0 5.7 inch Snapdragon 820 - £155.52 @ GearBest
LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 X829 4G Phablet  -  GLOBAL VERSION  GRAY Android 6.0 5.7 inch Snapdragon 820 - £155.52 @ GearBest

LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 X829 4G Phablet  -  GLOBAL VERSION  GRAY Android 6.0 5.7 inch Snapdragon 820 - £155.52 @ GearBest

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LeTV LeEco Le Max 2 X829 4G Phablet Android 6.0 5.7 inch 2K Screen Snapdragon 820 2.15GHz Quad Core 4GB RAM 64GB ROM 21.0MP Rear Camera

Main Features:

Display: 5.7 inch 2560 × 1440 pixels screen 

CPU: Snapdragon 820 2.15GHz Quad Core 

System: Android 6.0

Bluetooth: BT4.2

GPS: GPS, AGPS, GLONASS

Features: Gravity Sensor

SIM Card: dual SIM dual standby, nano SIM + nano SIM

Network: 

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz

3G: WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz

4G: FDD-LTE B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12/B17

7 Comments

From the link it's £195.10 and it's out of stock?

golden colour is still available for £160.33

Personally I couldn't own a phone with a name that looks like what happens when a cat walks over your keyboard. (_;)

Roger_Irrelevant

Personally I couldn't own a phone with a name that looks like what … Personally I couldn't own a phone with a name that looks like what happens when a cat walks over your keyboard. (_;)


I couldn't care less (I mean about the name on my phone, not your hang ups about the name on yours). I couldn't live with a name on mine that cost 1p more than any other for the same/better quality & spec. (Unless it was in some way offensive, rather than silly.)

Am I the only one who realised one day, "hang on £500+ for a phone - I wouldn't spend that on a laptop"?

I am in shock that brand X Chinese phones are posted on here at those (£500+) figures.

On the phone in question,no band 20 - will perform less well than one with it on 4G on all UK networks (this is a fact as all of them have band 20 bandwidth - as for how many places on each network, unfortunately I think that is down to trial & error as they don't seem to publish info & more so could change over time - the masts can be re-designated between different bands or even 2G/3G/4G).

These global/international versions catch me out when I assume that it means band 20 (as the first few I saw did).

Roger_Irrelevant

Personally I couldn't own a phone with a name that looks like what … Personally I couldn't own a phone with a name that looks like what happens when a cat walks over your keyboard. (_;)



​Your in the wrong room mate.

Apple is down the corridor last room on the left....... Samsung is facing it on the right.

Close the door please after you leave. Thanks.

any one got this ?
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