LeEco (Letv) Le Max Camera Review

LeMax Camera review
LeMax Camera review


LeEco (Letv) came in Indian market back in January this year. Its entry was rocking with Letv Le 1S. After this phone, the company also launched Le Max smartphone. It is priced at Rs. 32999. Although this phone is now not available. I hope the availability will be soon. This phone didn’t get many customers due to its high price. But we tested it to see if the phone is really worth. Now we are using this phone to test it on different conditions. In this article, I will only be talking about the camera of Le Max.

Also see: Le 1S Review

It is packed with a 21-megapixels rear camera with dual LED flash and features like autofocus, Geo-tagging, HDR, Touch to focus, Face detection, F/2.0 aperture and more.

Camera is clean with all options at very clear placed. It offers various modes and various effects. You have HDR, Night, Square and beauty mode. Use these modes where you need. There is no manual control but you can select the predefined values of ISO, White Balance and contrast.

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It captures photos of good quality. Outdoor photography in bright light condition is brilliant. You get close to natural shots which look perfect not just in phones but also in PC after exporting.

These are few samples for low-light photography. Ine pic is of outside and other two pics are of dark room with no light source except the flash of the mobile phone. Flash is capable enough to produce good light.

It comes with the 5-megapixels front camera which also captures a good selfie. You also get beauty mode which works fine.

Video recording capabilities of this phone are awesome. It can record up to 4K videos. Along with video quality, you will be impressed with the audio recorded on video. It has good noise cancellation. So, you can very clear and noise free audio in videos recorded by Le Max. 4K recording sometimes increases the temperature of the phone and when temperature crosses the threshold, the camera app will be closed automatically.

I have attached a 4K video in this post as a sample. You can check it below