To what extent do we recommend the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max? We made a thorough comparison of the differences in specifications and functions

Created date: 04/21/2020, 10:17:04, Updated date: 04/21/2020, 10:52:43

Motorola Edge+LeEco Le Max
Motorola Edge+LeEco Le Max

Here's our thorough comparison of the difference in performance and function between the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max. Which one should you buy? We'll compare and explain what differs between the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max in a way that even people who aren't used to choosing between two similar products can understand.

Motorola Edge+LeEco Le Max
Motorola Edge+

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General rating:

82.4/100

(The 14th of all smartphones)

71.5/100

(The - of all smartphones)

Portability
66/100
49/100
Weight
49/100
49/100
Size of screen
91/100
90/100
Screen clarity
81/100
86/100
Battery duration
83/100
71/100
Processing capability
98/100
79/100
Memory capacity
99/100
70/100
Storage capacity
91/100
90/100
Rear camera function
100/100
80/100
Front camera function
88/100
38/100

Compare Performance and Usability

Size comparison of Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max. Which one would you choose?

Your device's size has a huge influence on how easy it is to hold or to operate with one hand. The smaller your device's width, the easier it will be to hold, but you'll also need to take device thickness into account. And when the length and width are both smaller, you'll find that it's much easier for you to operate it one-handed, since your fingers will find it much easier to reach where you want them to. On the other hand, longer lengths and wider widths might lead to devices that are hard to carry in your pocket, bulky even when you keep them in your bag, and all around less portable.

The Motorola Edge+ is 2.8 inches (71.4 mm) wide, 6.3 inches (161.1 mm) tall, and 0.4 inches (9.6 mm) thick. The LeEco Le Max is 3.3 inches (83.5 mm) tall, 6.6 inches (167.1 mm) wide, and 0.4 inches (9 mm) thick.

The Motorola Edge+ is also more compact than the LeEco Le Max in terms of the thickness of the devices. The Motorola Edge+ is easier than the LeEco Le Max to hold with one hand, and you are less likely to accidentally drop it. If you're looking for a smartphone that fits nicely in your hand and can be gripped firmly, we recommend buying the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

There is no real difference in length or width between the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max, so they are both about the same in terms of usability, ease of carry, and bulkiness. Because of this, it is better to compare them based on other aspects of performance and function.

Comparing the overall sizes, the Motorola Edge+ is significantly smaller than the LeEco Le Max. The Motorola Edge+ is more convenient than the LeEco Le Max to use with one hand, and it is less likely to get in your way when not using it. If you prefer a smartphone that is easy to carry around and easy to use with one hand, we recommend that you buy the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreDimensions (width x height x thickness)
Motorola Edge+66/1002.8 inches (71.4 mm) x 6.3 inches (161.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9.6 mm)
LeEco Le Max49/1003.3 inches (83.5 mm) x 6.6 inches (167.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9 mm)

Which one is easier to hold, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max? Compare weight

The device weight will effect how quickly you tire from holding it, and how much stress is put on your wrist. The lighter it is, the longer you can hold it without feeling tired. Also, less stress on your wrist will make using it easier and more pleasant. Unless the weight is right for you, it might put too much strain on your body and make using it more stressful.

The Motorola Edge+ weighs 203 oz (203 g). The LeEco Le Max clocks in at 204 oz (204 g). The Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max have around the same weight, so prolonged use will tire out fingers nd wrists to around the same degree. Because of this, it is better to compare them based on other aspects of performance and function.

ScoreWeight
Motorola Edge+49/100203 oz (203 g)
LeEco Le Max49/100204 oz (204 g)

Which is better in terms of display, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max?

Screen size influences how well you can control your device, as well as how clear the display is. With a large screen, the text and buttons in apps will display large enough so you'll be less likely to accidentally tap the button next to the one you were aiming for. Plus, you'll be able to enjoy more high-impact visuals for games and movies.

The screen size on the Motorola Edge+ is 6.7 inch, and 6.33 inch on the LeEco Le Max. The screens of the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max are roughly the same size, and so the ease of pressing app buttons are the same on both devices. Because of this, it is better to compare them based on other aspects of performance and function.

ScoreDisplay size
Motorola Edge+91/1006.7 inch
LeEco Le Max90/1006.33 inch

Which one has a better display, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max?

Pixel density influences how nice your device's screen looks, with high pixel densities making screens look more beautiful, and letting you get more out of your games and movies. Plus, the nicer you screen looks, the less strain you'll be putting on your eyes, so you'll tend to be able to use your device for longer before your eyes get tired.

The screen on the Motorola Edge+ has a 1080 x 2340 resolution and a pixel density of 384 ppi. The LeEco Le Max, on the other hand, has a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 and a pixel density of 464 ppi. There is not much of a difference in the pixel resolutions of the Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max, so they are about the same in terms of clarity of image and gentleness on the eyes. For this reason it is better to compare them based on other aspects of performance and function.

ScorePixel density
Motorola Edge+81/100384 ppi
LeEco Le Max86/100464 ppi

How is the battery duration of Motorola Edge+ different from that of LeEco Le Max ? See the differences

Battery performance has a big effect on the battery life of your device. However, a high battery capacity doesn't necessarily mean a long battery life. Rather, the rate of power consumption needs to be taken into consideration as well. The larger the screen and the higher the CPU performance, the higher the rate of power consumption on your battery.

The Motorola Edge+ has a battery capacity of 5000 mAh, while the LeEco Le Max has a 3400 mAh battery. With regards to battery performance, the Motorola Edge+ has a substantially larger battery capacity than the LeEco Le Max, with a difference of 1600 mAh. The Motorola Edge+ can be used without charging for a longer time than the LeEco Le Max, so it can be used when out and about. If you want a smartphone with a longer-lasting battery, we recommend that you buy the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreBattery capacity
Motorola Edge+83/1005000 mAh
LeEco Le Max71/1003400 mAh

Which is better in terms of CPU function, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max?

Your CPU's speed will influence the processing power of the applications you run, and together with the number of cores in the CPU, as well as its clock frequency, will determine the processing power available for apps. The higher these performance factors, the smoother your games and apps will run. Conversely, if these factors are too low, your apps and games will be sluggish and struggle to run.

The Motorola Edge+ is equipped with a Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865 processor, and its performance speed is 2.84GHz+2.42GHz+1.8GHz×8(OctaCore). The LeEco Le Max uses an Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 CPU that performs at a speed of 2.0GHz+1.5GHz×8(OctaCore). Comparing CPU performance, the Motorola Edge+ has significantly higher specs than the LeEco Le Max. The Motorola Edge+ proves to be more advanced than the LeEco Le Max in the way that apps run quickly and games play smoothly. If you're looking for a high-spec smartphone that runs quickly and plays games smoothly, we recommend that you buy the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreCPU specs
Motorola Edge+98/1002.84GHz+2.42GHz+1.8GHz×8(OctaCore)
LeEco Le Max79/1002.0GHz+1.5GHz×8(OctaCore)

How is Motorola Edge+ different from LeEco Le Max in terms of memory capacity?

Your device's multimedia performance and app stability are both influenced by the amount of memory it has available. The more memory, the more apps you can use simultaneously, while keeping everything stable and smooth. Plus, there'll be less chance of animations lagging or apps crashing. You also need to keep in mind that some games won't run at all if there's not enough memory available.

The Motorola Edge+ has 12GB of memory. The LeEco Le Max, on the other hand, has 4GB. As for memory performance, the Motorola Edge+ has a larger memory capacity than the LeEco Le Max, with a difference of about 8GB. The Motorola Edge+ has better multitasking, less crashing, and runs 3D games and VR video better than the LeEco Le Max. If you're looking for a smartphone that will remain stable even when you are using multiple apps at the same time, and which will allow you to play 3D games and VR video comfortably, we recommend that you buy the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreRAM size
Motorola Edge+99/10012GB
LeEco Le Max70/1004GB

Which has a better storage capacity, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max?

Storage capacity determines the amount of data you'll be able to save on your device. The more storage you have, the more photos you can take and the more apps you can install. Plus, if your smartphone is compatible with SD cards, then you can increase the amount of available storage. However, SD cards have a slower writespeed, making them less desirable in terms of performance, and users should be aware that it won't be possible to transfer all kinds of data to the card.

The Motorola Edge+ has 256GB of storage, while the LeEco Le Max has 128GB. There is no real difference between the Motorola Edge+andLeEco Le Max's ROMs and storage capacities, so both can store roughly the same amount of photographs and apps. Because of this, it is better to compare them based on other aspects of performance and function.

ScoreStorage size
Motorola Edge+91/100256GB
LeEco Le Max90/100128GB

Compare the rear cameras of Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max. Which one has better picture quality?

One factor in how well your rear camera (the camera on the back of your device) performs is its megapixel count. With a higher megapixel count, you'll be able to take photos with sharper detail, photos that stay clear and sharp even when printed.

The main camera on the Motorola Edge+ has 108 MP. The LeEco Le Max has 21 MP. The rear-facing camera of the Motorola Edge+ also has a higher pixel count than the LeEco Le Max, with a difference of about 87 MP. The Motorola Edge+ is more capable than the LeEco Le Max of taking high-definition photos and videos, and produces better results when printing out the photos you have taken. If you want a smartphone that is designed for video and photography, we recommend buying the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreRear-camera resolution
Motorola Edge+100/100108 MP
LeEco Le Max80/10021 MP

Which has a front camera with better picture quality, Motorola Edge+ or LeEco Le Max?

One indication of how well your forward facing camera (the camera on the same side as your device's screen) performs is how many megapixels it has. More megapixels means you'll be able to take photos with sharper detail, that still look amazing printed out.

The forward-facing camera on the Motorola Edge+ has a resolution of 25 MP. The LeEco Le Max's has 4 MP. The front-facing camera of the Motorola Edge+ has a significantly higher number of pixels than the LeEco Le Max, with a difference of about 21 MP. Therefore, the Motorola Edge+ is more suitable for taking photos and videos than the LeEco Le Max. If you want to take and print high-quality selfies, we recommend buying the Motorola Edge+ rather than the LeEco Le Max.

ScoreFront-camera resolution
Motorola Edge+88/10025 MP
LeEco Le Max38/1004 MP

Detailed comparison of Motorola Edge+ and LeEco Le Max

Comparison for body size

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Motorola Edge+

Score

53.4

LeEco Le Max

Score

43.4

Comparison for body weight

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Motorola Edge+

Score

49.6

LeEco Le Max

Score

49.4

Comparison for screen size

ImageProduct nameReviewscreen size

Motorola Edge+

Score

91.2

LeEco Le Max

Score

90.6

Comparison for screen resolution

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Motorola Edge+

Score

75.3

LeEco Le Max

Score

87.9

Comparison for GPU performance

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Motorola Edge+

Score

97.8

LeEco Le Max

Score

70.1

Comparison for RAM capacity

ImageProduct nameReviewRAM capacity

Motorola Edge+

Score

99.0

LeEco Le Max

Score

70.0

Comparison for storage size

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Motorola Edge+

Score

91.5

LeEco Le Max

Score

90.0

Comparison for process integration

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Motorola Edge+

Score

98.0

LeEco Le Max

Score

25.8

Comparison for battery

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Motorola Edge+

Score

83.0

LeEco Le Max

Score

71.0

Comparison for rear-camera resolution

ImageProduct nameReviewrear-camera resolution

Motorola Edge+

Score

100.0

LeEco Le Max

Score

80.6

Comparison for front-camera resolution

ImageProduct nameReviewfront-camera resolution

Motorola Edge+

Score

88.0

LeEco Le Max

Score

38.6

Comparison for grip

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Motorola Edge+

Score

51.5Color:Smokey Sangria/Thunder Grey, Dimensions (width x height x thickness):2.8 inches (71.4 mm) x 6.3 inches (161.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9.6 mm), Weight:203 oz (203 g)

LeEco Le Max

Score

46.4Color:Gold/Silver, Dimensions (width x height x thickness):3.3 inches (83.5 mm) x 6.6 inches (167.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9 mm), Weight:204 oz (204 g)

Comparison for screen cleanliness

ImageProduct nameReviewscreen cleanliness

Motorola Edge+

Score

81.2Display type:AMOLED, Screen resolution (width x height):1080 x 2340, Pixel density:384 ppi

LeEco Le Max

Score

86.6Display type:IPS LCD, Screen resolution (width x height):1440 x 2560, Pixel density:464 ppi

Comparison for screen quality

ImageProduct nameReviewscreen quality

Motorola Edge+

Score

87.8Display size:6.7 inch, Display type:AMOLED, Screen resolution (width x height):1080 x 2340, Pixel density:384 ppi

LeEco Le Max

Score

86.9Display size:6.33 inch, Display type:IPS LCD, Screen resolution (width x height):1440 x 2560, Pixel density:464 ppi

Comparison for performance

ImageProduct nameReviewperformance

Motorola Edge+

Score

98.4OS:Android

LeEco Le Max

Score

80.0OS:Android

Compare Performance Specs

Motorola Edge+LeEco Le Max
ImageMotorola Edge+LeEco Le Max
MakerMotorolaLeEco
Release date5/22, 20201, 2016
ColorSmokey Sangria/Thunder GreyGold/Silver
OSAndroidAndroid
Dimensions (width x height x thickness)2.8 inches (71.4 mm) x 6.3 inches (161.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9.6 mm)3.3 inches (83.5 mm) x 6.6 inches (167.1 mm) x 0.4 inches (9 mm)
Weight203 oz (203 g)204 oz (204 g)
Display size6.7 inch6.33 inch
Display typeAMOLEDIPS LCD
Screen resolution (width x height)1080 x 23401440 x 2560
Pixel density384 ppi464 ppi
Battery capacity5000 mAh3400 mAh
ChipsetQualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810
CPU specs2.84GHz+2.42GHz+1.8GHz×8(OctaCore)2.0GHz+1.5GHz×8(OctaCore)
RAM size12GB4GB
Storage size256GB128GB
Rear-camera resolution108 MP21 MP
Front-camera resolution25 MP4 MP

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