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I find both of the devices (Coolpad Cool1 and LeEco Cool1 dual) almost similar in terms of features and specs are these two brands belong to same company I am confused please help me.
I like all specs, features as well as price but it Should have expandable storage
LeEco is growing its market very rapidly especially in developing country like India but they should improve their EUI and this device may be a record holder if they can improve the UI.
Except its external memory slot the device is best in terms of value of money
Wow! best Smartphone I have never seen before in this price segment most of the device powered by MediaTek processor on this price while it features with Qualcomm processor which is my fav.
This is an amazing phone at an amazing price. The build quality is brilliant, battery time fantastic,hardware usually found in top end mid priced/low high priced phones, good connectivity in poor reception areas and running android 6 with very little bloatware.
I bought this phone specifically for the dual back camera. It isn't a camera for point and click, although it is quite capable of doing so. The photos are detailed and clear, the quality being equal to my canon SLR, which surprised me. The wide aperture takes a little getting used to, but light can be manually adjusted, as well as slowing the exposure. There are several settings and filters that can be used in real time, burst and timer modes included. Touch autofocus, night and panorama are on the primary screen. Good, essential camera system, without bells and whistles. Those not familiar with SLR, or used anything other than phone or point and shoot cameras may be disappointed with the images. The camera does not auto correct for conditions, and because of its ability to detect detail, will show every flaw! Any movement will cause blurring, the extent depends on which shutter speed and exposure time is set. If there is light variance, shadows are deep and light bright, with crystal clarity. Auto mode works best in diffuse light, so clear or overcast days that don't cause hard reflection or shadows. Also, if taking group or friend shots, stand in direct sun or complete shade, pics will work great. Night shots I'm still playing with, auto mode produces clear pics but can again over highlight any light source. Manually reducing light levels and adjusting contrast fix this well enough.
The front camera takes acceptable selfies, but loses definition in low light due to smaller aperture and flash.
The LeEco skin has some strange mods. No drawer, no drop down menu, even turning it on hasn't moved shortcuts there, and an operating system that can integrate all LeTV products. Although I haven't used it, it also has a manager for updates, no need to root to change, just plug in,sign in and go! Will try it when there is an inconsequential one, before something like android 7! The battery isn't removable, but any store can replace it, and the phone does not overheat, even when playing pokemon go for 8 straight hours. Memory isn't an issue, rather use cloud to avoid loss or damage to hardware or card.
I love this phone, won't update unless there is a major camera overhaul, or it dies.