Lenovo recently released a new phablet called Phab 2 with a massive 6.4 inches display at a budget price to beat some of the pre-existing phablets in the market. Recently LeEco also released a smartphone Le 2 get lots of attention about its deca-core processor which seems to be the best feature in that smartphone. Let’s compare the specifications of these two smartphones and know how these features make them a perfect smartphone for you.
Lenovo Phab 2 vs LeEco Le2: Form Factor
Lenovo Phab 2 is a massive phablet with 6.4 inches display and narrow bezels around it, the screen to body ratio of Lenovo Phab 2 is 72.1% which is right for a phablet this big. Above the display is the earpiece, the front-facing camera and some sensors, below the display are the navigation keys. On the backside, phone holds the primary camera with LED flash and Lenovo branding. Loudspeakers and the bottom edge contains the USB port and the speakers.
LeEco Le 2 is a regular size smartphone with a 5.5 inches display, screen to body ratio is 74.4% and weighs only 153 grams. LeEco Le 2 is a full metal unibody with matte metal texture everywhere. LeEco Le 2 got narrow bezels around the display with navigation bar below it. Primary camera with LED flash and a fingerprint sensor are provided on the back of the phone.
Lenovo Phab 2 vs LeEco Le2: Display
Lenovo Phab 2 comes with 6.4 inches IPS LCD touchscreen display with HD (720 X 1280) resolution and 229 ppi pixel density. IPS LCD displays are excellent, and you won’t get better than this in this price range, but the resolution that you are getting is not Full HD, so whatever you’ll see on this screen will be distorted and low pixel density will make it even worse.
LeEco Le 2 adds a decent display just as the hardware, a 5.5 inches full HD (1020 X 1920) display with 401 ppi pixel density. This full HD resolution is capable of playing 4K videos without lag or audio/video miss sync. The screen to body ratio and pixel density (401 ppi) will make the multimedia experience even better.
Lenovo Phab 2 vs LeEco Le2: Camera
Lenovo Phab 2 sports a 13 MP primary shooter camera with LED flash and phase detection autofocus, the aperture size of the camera lens is f/2.0 which can give you good daylight pictures but low light pictures could be grainy. A 5 MP camera placed at the front for selfies and video calling. Lenovo Phab 2’s camera also features HDR mode, face detection, and panorama mode.
LeEco Le 2 comes with a 16 MP camera with a dual LED dual tone flash and phase detection autofocus, the aperture size of the camera lens is f/2.0 which is not best for low light captures. You can capture Ultra HD videos from this camera at 30 frames per second and 720p videos at 120 frames per second. The secondary camera is 8 MP with f/2.2 aperture size, also capable of shooting Full HD videos.
Lenovo Phab 2 vs LeEco Le2: Performance
Lenovo Phab 2 get all its power from the MediaTek MT8735, a quad-core processor with 1.3 GHz Cortex A53 chip. This processor is paired with Mali-T720MP2 graphics processor to render best graphics smoothly while gaming. For multitasking without any lag, Lenovo added 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage which you can extend up to 256 GB using the SD card slot.
LeEco Le 2 sports the first deca-core processor which is the MediaTek Helio X20 which includes two quad-core chips and one dual core Cortex chip. LeEco L2 features the same amount of RAM as the Lenovo Phab 2; 3 GB. Here is the one and only drawback in LeEco Le 2; it comes with 32 GB un-expandable storage.
Lenovo Phab 2 vs LeEco Le2: Features
The main feature of Lenovo Phab 2 is the massive display and really big battery; 4050 mAh. All other hardware specs and features of Lenovo Phab 2 are just as regular as other smartphones. LeEco Le Max 2 features a 3000 mAh battery but that’s enough because Le 2 has 5.5. inches display. LeEco Le 2 Also features a fingerprint scanner which comes with mirror finish for some reason.
Both of the smartphones are better than each other at some point; Lenovo Phab 2 got a large display but the processor is quad-core, LeEco got deca-core processor but lacks an SD card slot to expand the storage. So, both of smartphones has some reason to get picked according to the needs.