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LeEco’s new value flagship device- the Le 1s is an industry favourite, proves the high AnTuTu score of 55844. Little wonder, the company is calling it a Superphone. It is not just a premium looking smartphone with an all metal body but a powerful device with a super-fast processor and RAM. Rated much ahead of competitors on AnTuTu benchmark, the Le 1s is a true market disruptor.
Data from: AnTuTu benchmark
Score – 55844
3D- 13162 >
UX- 18453 >
CPU- 18426 >
RAM- 5803
With breath-taking looks and design, the Le 1s has enough and more to make competitors sweat!

Design and display

The Le 1s sports a stunning all metal unibody, which gives it a solid look and feel. Not just that, it also makes it look beautiful in the user’s hands. Furthermore, the bezel less design display reduces the footprint of the phone, making it comfortable to hold. On the other hand, Lenovo offers a more streamlined approach in the K4 Note with a plastic back supported by metal accents around the corners. That aside, it is also a little thicker than the Le 1s. In terms of design and build quality, the LeEco Le 1s definitely has an edge over Lenovo’s offering, all thanks to its all-metal body.
Both smartphones come equipped with almost identical 5.5-inch 1080p LCD IPS displays. This also means they offer similar pixel densities. The Le 1S screen is crisp and offers vibrant, natural colours.
The Le 1s is a budget powerhouse. Where the K4 Note is powered by an octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor clocked at 1.3GHz, the LeEco Le 1s, goes one step ahead, incorporating a high-end octa-core MediaTek Helio X10 chipset clocked at 2.2GHz. Heavy gamers might tilt towards the Le 1s for smoother gaming experience.
Both phones are crammed with 3GB of RAM offering a cushion for multitasking.

Camera and storage

The optics in both the smartphones are not only similar on paper, but in real life performance as well. Both feature 13MP cameras at the rear with phase deduction auto-focus and LED flash. 5MP cameras adorn the fronts of both smartphones for selfies and video calling.
The Le 1s camera locks focus in just 0.09 seconds, making it the best camera phone to click pictures.
Additionally, the Le Superphone offers consumers great features to capture videos like the ‘slo-mo’ recording feature that allows users to shoot videos in slow motion, where every frame is well-defined, every moment means more. Users can film in 2x, 4x and HD videos with flash
On the storage front, the K4 Note comes with 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded further up to 128GB with the help of a microSD card. While the Le 1s offers a better internal storage capacity of 32GB.

Software, connectivity and additional features

The LeEco Le 1s runs the company’s EUI atop of Android 5.0.2 Lollipop with a promised upgrade to Marshmallow in the near future. The Android 6.0 update is due for the K4 Note as well, which currently runs Android 5.1 Lollipop with Lenovo’s own Vibe UI on top. Both devices have a smooth and responsive interface, and as is customary for many Chinese companies, no app drawers in the default home launcher. However, the Le 1s bets big on its content ecosystem by partnering with streaming services such as Eros Now and YuppTV to offer free subscription to its consumers.
Both smartphones come with fingerprint scanners on the back, which is fast and quite accurate. However, the biometric module on the Le 1s also doubles up as a mirror. Also, you can store up to five fingerprints in the Le 1s, but the K4 Note only allows you to register up to two. The Le1s thus scores on this parameter as well, which is comparable to many flagship devices on offer.
On the connectivity front, both phones feature 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11, mobile hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS. The Lenovo K4 Note also features NFC, unlike the Le 1s. Also worth noting is the fact that the K4 Note is a proper dual-SIM smartphone, with a dedicated microSD card slot, so you don’t need to sacrifice dual-SIM functionality in case you need to add more storage, unlike hybrid dual-SIM phones.

The LeEco advantage continues for consumers with the company’s best in class after sales set-up. The company has already announced 555 service centres across prominent locations across the country and 24*7 toll-free call centre support.

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Founder and Chief Editor of Colabyte, Jitendra Malviya likes to keep on top of technology and loves to help people around him get through the day to day trouble they face with technology. So that, they can love technology as much as he does!

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