LeEco a Chinese internet and technology conglomerate on Friday rolled out the EUI 5.8 update for company’s Le Max2 and the Le 2 smartphones to ease user interaction. Le Max2 and the Le 2 are based on Android Marshmallow and brings in new improvements for the users.
EUI 5.8 updated brings new and improved phone manager that offer users more control over the data usage and allows them to choose which individual apps can use their Wi-Fi and or cellular data. Users can now choose which individual apps can use your Wi-Fi and or cellular data. The power saving management comes with a lot more functions that enable you to optimise your battery usage.
Users can make their Superphone more secure by enabling apps lock, allows users to lock individual apps on your phone via a fingerprint or a passcode. The EUI 5.8 update also allows users to take long screenshots of the entire page and not just what is there on your screen. Users now have the option of selecting “very large font size to make text on the phone larger and more readable.
The EUI 5.8 update also brings in new and update music app, which has a refreshed UI. There are also more sorting options like sort by genre, name, albums and time. All these are to ensure that consumers can find the track of they are looking for faster.
LeEco has launched the Le 2 and the Le Max2 in India earlier this year with a price of Rs 11,999 and Rs 22,999 respectively. Both smartphones feature a metal body. Both smartphones use the USB Type-C port for both charging and audio and there is no 3.5mm audio jack.