LeEco Le Max Battery Test Results

The LeEco Le Max was launched in India last month with a price tag of Rs. 32,999. The Le Max boasts off a 3400 mAh Li-Polymer non-removable battery. You might think that 3400 mAh battery is enough, but hey, numbers can be deceiving. Hence, we carried out the LeEco Le Max battery test. Read on to know more.


On mixed usage, the battery will get you through the entire day with little charge left till next morning if you enabled the ‘Ultra-long standby time’ power saving mode in the evening.

Battery performance on mixed usage
Battery Assistant

We have installed games like N.O.V.A. 3: Freedom Edition, Traffic Rider, Asphalt 8 and NFS No Limits. We also installed apps like Facebook, Facebook Lite, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, Yahoo Mail, Telegram, Relay for Reddit and Quora. Our battery test not only includes synthetic battery tests but music and online video streaming as well. Take a look at the battery test table below to get an idea of the LeEco Le Max’s battery performance.

LeEco Le Max Battery Test Result

Apps/GamesRuntimeBattery ConsumedBrightnessWi-Fi
1080p YouTube Video20 minutes7%AutoOn
Offline 1080p Video20 minutes3%AutoOff
Online Music via TuneIn Radio30 minutes2%AutoOn
Offline Music1 hour2%AutoOff
Facebook20 minutes6%AutoOn
N.O.V.A 3: Freedom Edition20 minutes8%AutoOn
Asphalt 820 minutes10%AutoOn
Traffic Rider20 minutes9%AutoOn
NFS No Limits20 minutes8%AutoOn

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