LeEco Le S3 X626 Price Comparision
Only frustration is not being able to download or update on Google play store on cellular data.
Typically, I buy last-last-year's flagship for a third of its original price (hey, 10 months ago, it was THE BEST PHONE EVAR). Typically, I spend $200-$300 per phone, max.
Started getting flaky performance from my LG G4, and needed a quick backup, got this *new* with a warranty from Amazon for half what I usually pay for a used phone. Great construction, great features for the price. I think it's priced to sell because USB-C is considered a "negative" in the market right now. People have a ton of Micro-USB chargers and don't want to replace them.
I picked up a pack of "adapter" widgets with little lanyards, and strung them to the end of all my cables, NBD. No Audio out is a bit of a frustration, but I mostly use bluetooth (it comes with a USB-C to audio dongle too).
The only feature I used in my flagship devices that I'm missing in this is an NFC chip, but that was more of a "gee whiz" or "crap, I forgot my wallet" feature, not a must-have. If you don't even use mobile payments, this is a no-brainer. Buy a bucket of those adapter dongles if you have a big Micro-USB charging infrastructure in your house/car/desk and laugh at all the suckers paying through the nose for those overpriced Samsung and Apple devices.
The Best bang for your buck Phone!!! You will not regret buying this one!!!