OnePlus 3 vs LeEco Le Max 2
With the official launch of the OnePlus 3 out of the way it has really come to a point where we can discuss the two elephants in the room. The LeEco’s Le Max 2 and the OnePlus 3 share quite a lot of similarities. However, this time around OnePlus has stayed away from the Hype and launched the phone outright, no invite system and no dramas for flash sales.
Both the OnePlus 3 and LeEco Le Max 2 have similar unibody metal designs, along with a camera module that sits slightly jutted out. The Le Max 2 has a fingerprint sensor on the back, whereas the OnePlus 3 keeps the sensor below the front display.
Major differences lie in the way the two companies have perceived their markets. While the OnePlus 3 will only be available for a price of Rs. 27999 for a 6GB RAM + 64 GB storage model, the LeEco Le Max 2 has two options Rs. 22999 for the 4GB or RAM and 32 GB Storage and Rs. 29999 for the 6GB RAM and 64 GB storage model.
The higher price on the LeEco Le Max 2 also gives you a higher resolution QHD display 2560 x 1440 pixels, the OnePlus 3 features a lower resolution 1920 x 1080p display however now has a AMOLED display, a tech they are calling Optic AMOLED.
The LeEco LeMax foregoes the 3.5mm headphone jack but does include a adapter inside the box. The OnePlus 3 still houses a 3.5mm headphone jack which means no finicky adapters. 7.99mm thickness for the LeEco Le Max 3, the OnePlus 3 keeps it slim with just 7.35 mm.
The cameras are another area that the LeEco LeMax has powers, with the 21MP rear snapper OIS, 6P Lens, f/2.0 Aperture, PDAF and Quick Focus. The OnePlus 3 keeps the rear camera at 16MP with a Sony sensor, you will still get OIS and EIS along with PDAF and an f/2.0 aperture. Both cameras will shoot 4k Video at 30fps. Both phones have similar 8MP front cameras however, the OnePlus 3 has a lower f/stop with an f/2.0 aperture vs the f/2.2 on the Le Max 2.
Both phones, have dual nano-SIM slots and run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipsets have LPDD4 RAM modules and UFS 2.0 storage. Both phones have their own prop quick charge technology LeCharge on Le Max 2 and DashCharge on the OnePlus 3, both offering similar speeds.
|Display||5.7 inch Quad HD 515ppi||5.5 inch Full HD 401 ppi|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Dimensions||5.68 × 7.76 × 0.8 cm / 185 g||152.7 x 74.7 x 7.35 mm / 158 g|
|Chip||Snapdragon 820 processor||Snapdragon 820 processor|
|CPU||2.15 GHz Quad Core||Quad Core, Kryo: 2x 2.2 GHz, 2x 1.6 GHz|
|GPU||Adreno 530||Adreno 530|
|RAM||LPDDR4 4 GB / LPDDR4 6 GB||LPDDR4 6 GB|
|Storage||32 GB UFS 2.0 / 64 GB UFS 2.0||64 GB UFS 2.0|
|Rear Camera||21 MP, OIS, 6P Lens, F/2.0 Aperture, PDAF, closed-loop Motor, Quick focus||16 MP Sony IMX 298 Sensor, 1.12 µm Pixel size. 4K at 30fps, PDAF, OIS, EIS, f/2.0|
|Front Camera||8 MP F/2.2 1080p Video||8 MP f/2.0 1080p Video 1.4 µm pixel size|
|Expandability||None : Dual nano-SIM slot||None : Dual nano-SIM slot|
|Battery||3100 mAh Le SuperCharge||3000 mAh Dash Charge|
|Connectivity||4G+, Wi-Fi 802.11ad, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth v4.1, A-GPS, GLONASS, NFC,||4G LTE (Cat. 6), Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.2, A-GPS, GLONASS, BelDou, NFC|
|OS||Android 6 with EUI 5.6||Android 6 OxygenOS based on Android Marshmallow|
|Misc||Full support of the CDLA* standard * Continual Digital Lossless Audio|
|Android 6 OxygenOS based on Android™ Marshmallow|
|Price||Rs.22999 for 4 GB + 32 GB|
Rs. 29999 for 6 GB + 64 GB