By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 22, 2016 10:27 am
Second spot is shared by Xiaomi's Redmi 3S and Redmi Note 3 at 9 percent each followed by Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge at 5%.
LeEco Le 2 tops the list among Android devices in terms of failure rates according to a Quarter 3 2016 State of Mobile Device Performance and Health report released today by Blancco Technology Group.
Note that here 'Failure' includes all kind of issues including bugs, overheating, app crashes etc. As per the report, LeEco Le 2 witnessed the highest failure rate at 13 percent followed by Xiaomi Redmi 3S / Redmi Note 3 at 9% and Galaxy S7 Edge at 5 percent. Whereas among smartphone manufacturers, Samsung stood at the top with 11% failure rate followed by Xiaomi at 4% and Lenovo at 3%.
Digging a little deep in the issues relating to LeEco Le 2, the report reveals that the device comes with 3000 mAh battery with no headphone jack. Which means, users use the USB-Type C for both music listening and charging the device. As users happen to listen to music more often, sometimes throughout the day, the 3000 mAh cell drains much faster than other devices with similar battery capacity.
The report further reveals that LeEco seems to have addressed this issue with the software update which now helps users find which app is draining the battery.
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