LeEco/Letv has been noticed by the consumers in India as rapidly growing Chinese smartphone maker. The Le 1s and Le Max devices attracted the Chinese as well as Indian users. Both the devices running on Android Lollipop with eUI 5.5 on top, which completely vanished the stock Android look and feel but added iOS inspired UI by got rid of the app drawer and also added some useful features like control toggles in recent app window and more.
However, the company has just dropped a very good news for its fans that it is working on a new eUI6 version for its smartphones. The new UI is going to get the features, which suggested by the Le fans during the company fan meets held in December/January. Finally, the company outed the list of new features that are going to hit the already announced LeEco devices with next gen eUI.
The company clearly mentioned that the eUI 6 is heavily influenced by its fans. The developers have consumed input as the user feedback, which is nice. Here are the new features you can expect.
The App Lock is top of the line feature here, and it will enable another layer of security to the user apps to prevent unauthorized person’s activity even he got the unlocked phone. This can be enabled via third party apps from Google Play Store but baking this much needed feature right into core OS is a nice to see.
Theme Store is another feature LeEco fans want to see in their smartphones. The current settings would give a little opportunity to customize your devices, but the forthcoming theme store will extend the customization to the core level of the operating system.
Preview Filter Mode, this feature will allow users to add the filters to the photos right away after capturing. It will eliminate firing up the photo editing app to tweak the photo quickly.
The Le Max is a huge phone with nearly impossible to reach top corners, but LeEco forgot to add any one-handed features, which you can find in other larger devices including the iPhone 6s Plus. However, the fix is in works in the form of Single-hand mode, which will resize the viewport of the display content to as much as you can. This works similar to what we saw in Huawei Mate 7 smartphone.
The final features include a dedicated “Le FM” app listen to FM radio, and the Senior mode will convert the current device UI with larger icons and text for easier look for older age people. However, we might see the overall system improvements and the much needed Camera fix too. The company didn’t mention any dates for the arrival or rollout of eUI6 just yet, so you should wait for a bit more days to learn more details. Keep on check our blog for more updates on it.