LeEco Le 2 is receiving a firmware update that bumps up EUI to version 5.8. The update fixes several bugs and provides additional features such as fingerprint app lock, a large font size, and Wi-Fi control for individual apps, among others.
The company claims that the update also fixes the bug where logging in to Gmail or Facebook was giving a pop-up saying “Lecloud stop running.” It has further resolved the issue where the phone was not able to click photos when its temperature was high.
Additionally, taking 4k video for a long time will not prevent you from saving the video anymore, according to the change log of the update that has been received on our review unit.
LeEco also claims to have fixed the issue where a duplicate icon was created after downloading an app from Play Store. It has further provided an option to delete playlist in the Music app, which was earlier not available. It claims to have fixed the problem where the songs were getting deleted on deleting playlists.
The EUI Stable Version 5.8.015S update is roughly 471MB in size and is now rolling out for the smartphone over-the-air.
LeEco launched its smartphone Le 2 priced at Rs. 11,999 in India last month. In our review of the phone we said that LeEco has delivered quite a strong package for just under Rs. 12,000. There’s a lot to like about the Le 2 and that it provides powerful hardware and plenty of little conveniences.